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Joseph Staten returns to Halo from Xbox Game Studios.
Want digital Ronald Reagan on next-gen? You'll need to pay a bit more.
Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War's campaign will let you customize your protagonist.
Treyarch and Raven's latest is being billed as a sequel to Black Ops 1, but it looks like it has more in common with Black Ops 2.
"Please don't believe everything you read," says 343's Community Manager.
As well as new modes focused on vehicles, an outbreak, and Plunder.
A new leak details the plot of Black Ops Cold War, as well as Activision's next-gen upgrade plans.
And there's evidence of a closed beta for the game.
The somehow Switch-exclusive experience will be getting a much-upgraded launch in September.
Here's everything leaving Destiny 2 in November.
Some changes to shields and the introduction of crafting are huge twists.
As well as map reworks for King's Canyon.
The infamous location is going away at the end of this season.
And the World's Edge is getting a facelift.
The two veteran FPS teams will operate under Saber Interactive.
Phil Spencer appeared on Animal Talking to discuss Infinite's delay.
He's got a show on the way and is popping up in yet another game—but not as its star.
343 says "it is not sustainable" for the team or good for the game itself to release in 2020.
Microsoft's big next-gen console has a window, but won't have Halo at launch.
John Romero, Tim Willits, Cliffy B., and American McGee, to name a few.
Cold War's (non-Doritos bag) reveal may be just around the corner.
Quake Champions, pictured, is also making it easy to unlock all its characters for free.
We'll see more of The Ancient Gods, Part One later this month.
Well, there's Microsoft's 100+ problems, then.
Also on the way are "holo-sprays," a Titanfall weapon, and a new Legend named Rampart.
Microsoft's likely running into the same issues with Apple as Google and Valve.
Both titles will get spruced up for the Series X and PS5.
Rumblings of Live's imminent demise seem to have been premature.
The launch for Game Pass Ultimate subscribers also brings a boatload of new phone peripherals.
Call of Duty 2020, is that you?
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Warzone is getting its new season this week, but all eyes are on what's next for the series.
The USG team has come together to talk smack about the trends we can't stand as we look ahead to the PS5 and Xbox Series X.
The launch time appears to be 11 p.m. PST tomorrow.
Dax Berg of inXile tells USgamer about how the studio's multiplayer VR shooter came to be.
Even more combatants are entering the Warzone next week.
When it returns, it'll kick off its first season and full Battle Pass.
And it looks like it's headed for Stadium.
She'll start locking Agents down next week.
It's team-based, PvPvE, and a pretty huge departure from the inXile norm.
And who knows what nasty stuff Night City's residents will put on their blades.
With cross-play and a Switch launch looming, now feels like a fine time for a reevaluation.
Newell says he doesn't "have a stake in that race," but he's quick to pick a victor.
The World's Edge could be in for a few reworks.
A recent Glassdoor review points to a problem that'll likely affect games for years to come.
We're past the point where "hardware and its limitations would leave a pretty clear fingerprint on a game," says Booty.
You won't be matched up against entire teams of PC players.
A promo campaign might have gone out a little early.
The USgamer team gathers round to discuss the strengths and weaknesses of Xbox Series X and PS5.
343 wants to introduce you to Craig.
In other words, you can still look forward to competitive grappling hook antics coming soon.
It wants a bit of that "larger-than-life" feeling.
GSC Game World also has more to share on console exclusivity, modding, and Game Pass.
Once you've opened up new areas, backtracking is up to you.
With Infinite planned as a "platform for the future," there will be tests to run later too.
Today, we saw a slew of first-party Xbox Game Studios games, and then some.
Yes, that grappling hook is actually a thing.
Xbox's sophomore showcase for the Series X is today.
"We can't just have good intentions. We have to be intentional."
The embattled company is moving ahead with plans for another digital showcase soon.
Who're you looking at, Chief?
Maybe the team will take another crack at licensing NOLF after finishing the System Shock remake?
And it's all thanks to an Instagram teaser.
He's also teasing upcoming news on Xbox working "directly with Japanese creators."
You can still purchase codes from other retailers, though.
THIS WEEK IN BUSINESS | Phil Spencer takes pandering to new heights as Project xCloud is added to Game Pass Ultimate.
Bungie will take a couple extra months to set up the next era of Destiny.
We won't be saying Halo to more consoles.
We've also got a big hint as to where Apex might take its Legends next.
"Border War" is no more.
Microsoft is emphasizing gains that are only designed for the Series X's memory.
A neat story for fans of Halo's level-crafting suite.
The Better Call Saul co-stars did bond briefly over their new video game connection.
Assassin's Creed Valhalla and Watch Dogs: Legion get release dates, and more from today's Ubisoft Forward.
We got to see a bit of Anton and Diego's relationship in the cinematic trailer.
For a time, the Switch will be the *only* thing you can run Crysis Remastered on.
THIS WEEK IN BUSINESS | In advance of this month's Xbox Games Showcase, executives and studio heads talk about the company's internal development strategy.
Don't get your hopes up for some slick new Slayer footage.
We finally know what that "huge" video game is.
On top of Half-Life 3 and Left 4 Dead 3, the studio abandoned something in a new genre.
This new standalone looks Super. Hot.
The Moments of Triumphs are coming to an end.
There's just one more Bungie-made title to go after this.
Marty O'Donnell reflects on the 10-year publishing deal.
For TimeSplitters's 20th anniversary this year, we talk to David Doak about creating the seminal shooter.
Don't scuff up my (already dingy) Night City walls, punk.
A new report from Video Games Chronicle details how Verdansk is changing in the next season of Call of Duty: Warzone.
If you're spoiler-averse, maybe look away from these little plastic pals.
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