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  1. No Man’s Sky just added mechs for maximum planet stomping potential

    The latest update to No Man’s Sky introduces the Minotaur Heavy Exosuit Hybrid, basically a mech to help you explore in safety and style. The Minotaur features hazard protection, to keep you safe from all environmental damage, a mining laser, terrain manipulation capabilities, and resource harvesting functionality. Also, if you get tired of all that stomping, it’s got a jetpack that lets you soar through the air, you majestic mecha-eagle. The update isn’t just about mechs, though, you should also […]

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  2. Call of Duty: Warzone update adds four-player squads, new modes, more content

    With Call of Duty: Modern Warfare’s third season debut this week, Warzone is increasing its max squad size from three to four, with new playlist modes and loot and “other surprises” also incoming. The first of these new modes is “Scopes and Scatter Guns”, a snipers and shotties social mixer for campers and up-close-and-personal types. Loot pickups will be subject to a “continuous overhaul to diversify strategies”, according to Activision, including silenced and non-silenced weapon variants. Like additional playlists, be […]

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  3. Gears 5 is temporarily free to play for pretty much everyone

    Gears 5 is currently free to play if you have Xbox Live Gold, the Xbox Game Pass, Steam, or just plain old Windows 10, so it’s time to get gibbing, soldier! Gears 5 is free to play until 12 April as part of the Xbox Free Play Days initiative. Since Gears 5 features full crossplay functionality, console and PC players can unite as one against the Locust Horde, because that’s what Easter is all about, isn’t it? There’s even a […]

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  4. Sony debuts the PS5 DualSense controller

    Mixing futuristic two-tone aesthetics and disruptive use of negative space with provocative contours, it’s not the actual console, but as a consolation prize, it’s not bad. The next-gen DualSense controller includes “much of what gamers love about DualShock 4” and the same symmetrical design, Sony explains, but adds innovative new features like haptics for improved tactile cues, adaptive trigger tech, and a built-in mic, powered by a USB Type-C port. The “Share” button has also been replaced (or updated?) with […]

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  5. Do actual science with Borderlands Science!

    There’s now a minigame aboard the Sanctuary III that will help actual scientists, in the really real world, map the human gut microbiome. Also, you’ll have something else to do on Sanctuary besides compulsively horde all those legendaries you’ll never look at again. Like you’re ever going to actually use that Stark Westergun. You’ll find Borderlands Science in the back-left corner of Tannis’ infirmary. In order to play, you’ll need to have signed up for a SHiFT account. Via Borderlands.com.

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