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Following the reveal of Hearthstone’s latest expansion this past weekend at BlizzCon, Blizzard has now announced that the card game has surpassed the 100 million players mark. Originally released in 2014 on PC and Mac, Hearthstone eventually made its way to mobile devices on iOS and Android where it found an even larger audience. Over the years, the player
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Yesterday at BlizzCon 2018, Blizzard announced Diablo Immortal, a new mobile game in the popular franchise, and fans have some strong opinions about it. As of the time that I am writing this, the announcement trailer is sitting at almost 1,370,000 views and has garnered 293,000 dislikes. The Diablo series subreddit has been hammering the recent unveil as
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SuperData Research has unveiled the top grossing games for the month of September in terms of digital sales only, with Bungie and Activision’s Destiny 2 leading the way on consoles. The launch of Destiny 2’s new expansion Forsaken was enough to place it in the top spot for the month of September surpassing the release of Marvel’s Spider-Man, which came in at second
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Yesterday, Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 was officially two weeks old, and it’s had a relatively smooth launch, at least compared to other Call of Duty games in the past. It’s not all peaches and cream, however, as many fans, including myself, have found themselves annoyed with two features found within both the game’s multiplayer and Blackout modes: Ajax
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Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is certainly one of the most anticipated games for next year, marking the return to a new IP for FromSoftware and its enigmatic Director Hidetaka Miyazaki, this time under Activision’s wide umbrella. In order to hear more about the upcoming game, DualShockers talked with FromSoftware Communication Manager Yasuhiro Kitao, who provided us (through
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Over the past few days, fans have begun noticing that, despite the launch itself relatively smooth, there’s something different about Black Ops 4’s servers. Specifically, it seems that the servers have been downgraded a bit to compensate for the addition of Blackout. Now, after being aware of the fan backlash, Treyarch has rolled out the first update for
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Earlier today, Treyarch released the first information about a brand new multiplayer map that’ll be included with Black Ops 4 called Morocco. Now, in the wee hours of the night, the developer has given us a look at another multiplayer map that’ll be featured in the game, and this one might be a bit more recognizable to long-time fans: Summit. 
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Activision has revealed some details on the Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 post-launch content. All content will come first to PlayStation 4 users as usual. Treyarch has a calendar of events and free content planned for each of Black Ops 4‘s modes: Multiplayer, zombies, and Blackout. These include new maps such as Nuketown (that
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If you like watching yourself die over and over again in Call of Duty, or if you want to watch yourself and improve (who wants to do that anyway) then you’re in luck. Today, when the Black Ops 4 Blackout Beta went live, players were treated with a rather unannounced, yet unsurprising, addition: Theater Mode. While currently inaccessible in the
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Fresh off the flood of Blackout news that was released today, Sledgehammer Games has revealed a brand new in-game event for Call of Duty: WWII players: Covert Storm, and like the previous events, this one adds a ton of free content, albeit a bit less than normal. Just like the others, Covert Storm adds three new weapons to the game: the AS-44 assault
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