These are new game trailers shown today 15 November 2018 for Pc, Ps4, XBoxOne and Nintendo Switch. Games List: 00:05
Australia’s gotten the short end of the stick in game prices for years, but soon Aussie gamers will at last be able to purchase Steam games in their local currency. AUD support has been mentioned for ages, and the big shift is finally set to happen in just under a week.
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Nuke codes are supposed to give Fallout 76 players a complex decryption process ahead of launching a nuclear warhead, but people have already figured out how to break the cipher that protects those codes. That doesn’t make the nuke launch process completely trivial – there’s still a lot of legwork involved – but online tools now make some lengthy steps pretty much optional.
Developer Unknown Worlds Entertainment are bringing their underwater base-building, exploration and narrative title, Subnautica, is finally coming to the PS4.
Since Microsoft announced the Play Anywhere service that would essentially bridge the gap between Xbox One and Windows 10, exclusives for strictly the console became extremely rare. However, prior to the announcement of Play Anywhere, there are a few video game titles stuck behind Xbox One’s exclusivity. One of those titles is finally making its way into the PC platform as we’ll soon be able to enjoy Sunset Overdrive on our gaming PC’s.
Shadow of the Tomb Raider is getting its first of seven monthly expansion DLCs, The Forge. The DLC offers players the chance to finally play co-op with their friends, offering players “an abundance of new content, challenge tombs, co-op experiences, weapons and outfits, gameplay modes, and new narrative side missions.”
Game Informer has received a statement from the company, giving fans a little look into why the company is not participating in E3 2019: