Our Weekend In Gaming: Quarantine Party

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Our Weekend In Gaming: Quarantine Party

Most of the Co-Opticrew has an extra long weekend coming up, which would be pretty exciting if there wasn't a global disease on the prowl.  Nevertheless, we're taking the good with the bad and packing our weekends full of gaming (and other non-contact activities).  It doesn't look like things will be changing anytime soon, so the quicker we get used to new ways of having fun, the better.For the next three days, we'll be committing copious amounts of regicide, remembering how to ollie, and enjoying some fresh, untainted air.  Check it out!Nick Puleo (@NickPuleo) - "I may give Crusader Kings 3 another shot, continuing my pirating in Sea of Thieves and golfing in PGA 2k1."

Check Out A Developer Update On Zombie Army 4: Dead War's Next Two Seasons

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We've had a mere seven months to come to grips with the unending Nazi hordes of Zombie Army 4: Dead War.  After working through the core gameplay content and a whole season's worth of extras, I can only imagine that ZA4's playerbase is thoroughly exhausted.  They'll need to find some way to push on, though, as developer Rebellion is proving to be as unrelenting as their undead antagonists.Per a developer update released a few days ago, two more seasons of content have been confirmed for the popular co-op shooter.  Not much else has been revealed about the new batches of paid DLC, but they're said to include new campaigns, skins, and weapons.  As is tradition, some amount of free content will also be added.  Season two is planned for release later this year, and season three will begin sometime in 2021.  If you'd like a quick teaser of season two's wintry environs, you can watch the developer update below.