Or at least, that's what will happen if Rasputin has the goods.
A new statement appears in both Modern Warfare and Warzone.
Also, EA Access via Steam isn't ready just yet.
Looks like we will be seeing some big Destiny 2 news soon after all.
From A Link to the Past to Planescape: Torment, these are our favorite maps in video games.
The latest in a series of events getting pushed back.
You can't jack-in with the remake's new demo yet, but you'll want to leave meatspace behind.
Those far-off plans include a desire to "double down on story" in the battle royale.
The similarities kind of stop there, but who's complaining when both are free?
Borderlands lands a high-profile lead.
There's a pretty special new update for Valve's game.
The veteran character joins the ongoing fight.
Microsoft's talking up its newest advancements for playing old games.
Turns out building a new machine wasn't an uncommon idea.
Also, a belated happy 10th anniversary to the series.
Blizzard's convention could go digital, but not anytime this year.
Ravenholm's Father Grigori would've been helped by a familiar fellow.
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Its creator revealed the project to disavow any notion of it relying on leaked Xbox source code.
Noclip's history of Arkane is coming next week, covering everything from LMNO to Prey.
It'll also have a new Agent, map, and cosmetic content.
It's unclear at this point whether the project is actually moving forward or not.
Respawn have pushed a fix for bullets that hit without causing damage.
Sucker Punch's trick with Ghost of Tsushima has actually been done before.
Marty Stratton says including it in the first place was id's decision, not Bethesda's.
Croteam's over-the-top FPS will come to Google's streaming platform before it hits consoles.
Treyarch's series goes back to the Cold War.
Tinkerers are getting silly with one of Half-Life: Alyx's coolest VR toys: a baby grand piano.
Fan-made VR creations for Valve's Source 2 engine just got the green light.
Respawn comments on the demand for an overhaul for Lifeline.
Vince Zampella isn't spoiling any surprises.
Spencer sheds light on what's not keeping pace during the pandemic.
The Call of Duty developer is going on a major hiring spree.
With "more details to come," maybe Bungie is eyeing more than backward compatibility.
It's the first game from V1 Interactive and Private Division's next release.
The ESRB's rating summary is pretty clear about how far Cyberpunk pushes boundaries.
We're nearly halfway to a complete version of the Master Chief Collection.
As a result of the Doom Eternal soundtrack imbroglio, id is moving on without Gordon.
Spencer tells CNBC that while hardware is "on track," game development presents different challenges.
Loba's not really here 'til the start of Season 5, but you can go looking for her now.
Did you know that you can drop your guns now?
"The vision for Star Wars Battlefront 2 is now complete."
Predator's latest video game outing is rough around the edges.
"Data Pack 1" will also need a special install procedure on PS4 and Xbox One.
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After the summer, don't expect any more big content drops.
By now, making aimbot users get cozy together is a familiar trick.
Valve hasn't found "any reason for players to be alarmed or avoid the current builds" of either game.
Mick Gordon returned to compose Doom Eternal's music, but he wasn't as involved with the soundtrack's release as you might expect.
Dome and Singh Labs are subjects of the teaser.
Steve Downes had to let people know how he *really* feels about Hawaiian pizza.
If you're not too attached to your class, you can always just rack up free loot.
How do you update 2007's famous benchmark high-bar? Add ray tracing, of course.
Manufactured the Arasaka Corp., apparently.
Say farewell to the nighttime variant of King's Canyon.
Limited Run Games is also releasing special editions of the original this week.
May's passing was confirmed by his friend and fellow voice actor Larry Albert.
This clip is mostly automotive ASMR, but it's fun to guess at which vehicles will make a comeback.
Coming to any physical game with "loot boxes, gacha games, item or card packs, prize wheels, treasure chests, and more."
On Tuesday, the blue-faced bot finally makes the roster.
Things are looking good for a September release.
Stadia is also adjusting its base resolution to reduce bandwidth use during the pandemic.
You can still drop into Verdansk solo, though.
Marcus Lehto, co-creator of Halo, tells USG why single-player is vital for V1 Interactive's flagship title.
Support a good cause, and get some loot in the process.
The new kid on the block seems popular.
Tuesday's show is set to feature news about Gears Tactics, Grounded, and more.
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Valorant's take on the genre is anything but diluted, and that's a good thing.
Spencer says the Series X's on-board software needs to be all-there for launch, but games are another matter.
Other companies will have online events in June to replace their E3 plans; Bethesda won't.
It's probably not a Titan, sorry.
Aspyr says a "remedy for this loophole is now in the works" and will come out soon.
There's been no explicit reason given, but the infamous "No Russian" mission is the likely cause.
Jake Rodkin says there'll be more info about the updated mod tool soon.
It's real, and it's available right now for some.
And it still hasn't been officially announced.
It looks like the remaster's release is imminent.
Do they also handcuff the briefcase to the carrier?
In bringing the oft-overlooked N64 entry to new systems, Bethesda, id, and Nightdive have canonized its story.
In a new statement, Matt Booty reiterates on Microsoft's commitment to supporting studios as they adjust to working from home.
Shapiro chats with USgamer about the return of Half-Life and another "blast from the past" game project that's on the way.
BioShock: The Collection is coming, and it's bringing along some friends.
Half-Life: Alyx is a prequel, but it has implications for the whole series. Here's what's going on in the story and backstory of this virtual reality entry in the Half-Life series.
Caty, Joel, and Mike gather round to discuss the most hellish new game on the market.
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