• The Outer Worlds releases PC system requirements

    27 days ago - By Destructoid

    Obsidian Entertainment has released the PC specs for their galaxy-hopping RPG The Outer Worlds , which will launch later this week, bringing new worlds, civilisations and technology to PC and consoles.
    For a modern PC release, The Outer Worlds is looking relatively easy-going on the old motherboard, and certainly isn't quite as hungry on the HDD space as some other new titles .
    The minimum and recommended system requirements below. The Outer Worlds will launch October 25 on PS4, PC and Xbox One, with a Nintendo Switch tentatively planned for the future. You can also check out the game's...
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  • New Video Game Releases in Week 43 of October 21, 2019

    New Video Game Releases in Week 43 of October 21, 2019

    27 days ago - By Video Games Blogger

    Here's the list of new video game releases in week 43 of October 21, 2019. The most popular video games released this week are: Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2019, The Outer Worlds, WWE 2K20, Let's Sing 2020, MediEvil Remake, and Eastshade. A few great new releases this fourth week of October 2019. The new...
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  • Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Reveals Its New Progression System

    Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Reveals Its New Progression System

    27 days ago - By Game Rant

    With the highly anticipated Call of Duty: Modern Warfare just on the horizon, Activision is keeping engagement high with updates on the game's features and mechanics on its blog. In a recent blog post, Activision has taken the time to outline how multiplayer progression will work in upcoming title, explaining in great detail the differences between the new title and previous installments from the series. The most notable difference in how progression works is the removal of Prestige resets that have been a staple for the series since the original2007 title of the same name introduced the...
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  • Call of Duty League Will Introduce a New Casual Competition System in 2020, Details Revealed

    27 days ago - By PlayStation LifeStyle

    Activision has detailed its plans for Call of Duty League ‘s 2020 competition, which will introduce a new casual competition system that will allow fans to compete on behalf of their cities.
    The action will kick off in early 2020 with 12 teams in Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Florida, London, Los Angeles , Minnesota, New York, Paris, Seattle, and Toronto playing home-vs-away five-versus-five professional matches. Each of the teams will host two “Home Series” events in the spring and summer, and will also compete in a special all-pro tournament mid season.
    The regular pro season will feature...
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