Day: October 6, 2020

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Black Ops Cold War Beta



In two days, on October 8, the Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War Open Beta will be live on PS4, and right now it’s available to pre-load for those that have pre-ordered the game on PS4. To do this, all you need to do is search for the game on the PlayStation Store. If you’re on PS4, you’ll already be logged into your account, so all you need to hit is download. However, if you’re trying to download the game on the web, make sure you’re signed in to the account that purchased the game with. read more

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Star Wars: Squadrons successfully emulates a car-crash ship kill


Whether weaving inches away from asteroids or losing TIEs in the guts of a space station, Star Wars: Squadrons wants you to feel like you’re pulling off stunts ripped straight from the films. For one pilot, however, it wasn’t the trench run that needed recreating, but the moment a doomed rebel pilot smashes his hatchback-sized starship into the bridge of a Star Destroyer. read more

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Mortal Kombat 11 Fans Think They’ve Figured Out the Game’s Next DLC Character



Mortal Kombat 11 fans think they’ve figured out the next DLC character coming to the PS4, Xbox One, PC, Nintendo Switch, and Google Stadia fighting game. Today, the game’s official Twitter account released a new teaser ahead of this week’s already announced reveal, which is expected to disclose the game’s next DLC character, or possibly even the next few. The teaser is brief and not very revealing, but Mortal Kombat fans think they know who the teaser is teasing. read more

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Rainbow Six Siege should no longer have that weird map ban glitch


Rainbow Six Siege players have been noticing some weird patterns in the map rotation lately, but the latest patch should fix at least part of it up. It turns out that the multiplayer game‘s selection system would always ban the map on the right when the selection was down to two maps. read more