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Dark Souls Remastered is half off if you have the original on Steam

Subscribe to PCGamesN on YouTube Dark Souls Remastered is set to launch in a month, bringing what should be the definitive version of the game to all platforms on May 25 - assuming you haven’t just modded the original, of course.Owners of Dark Souls: Prepare to Die Edition on Steam will get 50% off their purchase of Dark Souls Remastered.

Multiple Sims developers have been let go

Several veteran developers who worked on The Sims 4 - some since the series’ inception at Maxis - have been let go by publishers EA or moved to The Sims mobile division.Last week, designer Daniel Hiatt announced he was leaving Maxis EA.

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Strange Brigade, the new shooter from Sniper Elite devs, will launch this summer


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DICE ending support for Battlefield 1 in June


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GOG introduces Steam-like user profiles


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Fortnite leaks reveal sentry guns, skins, and… toilet paper


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Bungie invite YouTubers to fix Destiny 2’s story


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Josh Sawyer says Pillars of Eternity's appeal was built on its nostalgic setting
So you're saying Pillars of Eternity was inspired by Baldur's Gate?com/news/2018-02-01-you-can-now-play-as-pink-darth-vader-in-star-wars-battlefront-2







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Activision delisted five games from Steam without warning today
I think you underestimate the two Cybertron games, Dustin.

Bungie invite YouTubers to fix Destiny 2’s story

A summit meeting with game director Christopher Barrett, “a narrative lead from Bungie”, and several popular content creators was arranged to help address issues with the game’s storytelling, and offer suggestions on how to fix it.If you too were left wondering what was going on, check out our Destiny 2 story guide.

DICE ending support for Battlefield 1 in June

EA and DICE have confirmed in a blog post that they will cease monthly updates for Battlefield 1 in June 2018.The new mode, Shock Operations, is similar to the existing Operations in that it features up to 40 players fighting to control sectors.