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Call of Duty: WWII gets trailer and release date

Sledgehammer has pledged to make this year’s Call of Duty the most realistic and gritty for some time. Although there will be Nazi Zombies. Those aside, however, the realism will be on point. As you can see in the trailer below, the new Call of Duty will deliver on its …

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Gravel – An Unreal Milestone

They have twenty years of experience with their own tech. Now, to raise the game, Milestone are trying something with a new engine and a different style, as Sean Cleaver finds out

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Watch Call of Duty: WWII global livestream right here at 6pm

After last week’s confirmation that Call of Duty will be returning to World War II for its next instalment, today’s the day when players can finally get their first look at Activision’s upcoming Call of Duty: WWII. The official reveal will livestreamed around the world from the London IMAX tonight …

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Interview: VRcade – The arcade reborn?

Some will tell you VR will not only bring back the arcade, but reinvent eSports on doing so. Will Freeman asks the VRcade team to make their case for the dawn of ‘v-sports’

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X-COM creator is crowdfunding a new strategy title

Julian Gallop is crowdfunding what is described as a spiritual successor to his 1994 strategy hit X-COM. Phoenix Point is looking for $500km on Fig, and has already reached almost $296 with over 40 days left of its funding drive. The game is pencilled in for a Q4 2018 launch …

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Vivendi prepares for Ubisoft takeover, reports claims

The saga of Vivendi’s encroaching interest in French publisher Ubisoft could be on the verge of reaching a head with a full acquisition push. Reuters reports that Vivendi plans to address investor concerns about its strategies and financial results by increasing its video game and advertising presence. Ubisoft and ad …

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Russia’s Mail.Ru launches $100m gaming division

One of Russia’s leading internet companies is making a bigger move into video games. Mail.Ru is the largest player in the Russian speaking internet world and already has a stake in the MMO and smartphone games scene in Eastern Europe, as well as in the global Russian games market. Now …

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