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They may be asking for fans to name their new game, but that doesn't mean they're done with their current title. Warhammer: The End Times - Vermintide is getting another new lease of life with the Stromdoft update early next month.

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Announced back in 2015, it took us two years to get some solid hands-on time with Planet Nomads. There's no shortage of space-based exploration sims on the market right now, but they're all still very much fighting for that top spot.

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With the existence of Call of Duty: WW2 being made official over the weekend, it's time to write off the original leak a huge success and place all that hope into another.

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We hope you're ready to scare yourself silly! It may not be Halloween by a long shot, but horror waits no for man. Surprises are the best from of shock! Outlast 2 arrives April 25 with a new trailer to boot.

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By now, you're probably well aware of the derelict spacecraft you'll call home during the new Prey game. Talos I is a bleak reminder of what was once a fine example of humanities resolve.

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Landing onto Early Access on March 23, 2017, PLAYERUNKNOWN'S BATTLEGROUNDS is all about the shooting rather than fending off zombies or being clubbed in the back of the head and stripped naked. Being in Early Access and heavily shaped by player feedback, it's only natural to expect a few patches (and lengthy patch notes) along the way. Let's have them.

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You'd be naive to think that most game developers focus themselves on one game at a time. When design meanings take place, there's likely a couple of ideas floating around that sit well with the team. Naming those games, though? That's the tricky part.

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With the release of Star Wars Battlefront II now confirmed for November 19, all eyes are on EA to fix what was a questionable - if not promising - revival in 2015. They're starting off with a potential abolishment of the Season Pass.

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With the rate at which we're suddenly getting Star Wars movies, it's no surprise to see developers working hard to cover the video game aspect of things.

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Back in February we reported that Rebellion Games was looking to put themselves out there Or, more specifically, their IP. Being key holders of the 2000AD comic book franchise and its characters, they began inviting others to make the games they could not.