Night Dive Studios Confirms Turok 2 Port In The Works

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Since its inception three years ago, Night Dive Studio has worked steadfastly to update classic games like System Shock 2 and The 7th Guest so they can run on modern PCs. Today it announced another beloved game getting the port treatment: Turok 2: Seeds of Evil. 

Community manager Daniel Grayshon confirmed the project is in the works on Steam, saying:

We're well aware of the demand for Turok 2 and it is still in development...in fact we started development just shortly after the launch of the first Turok. Turok 2 is a bigger game, more enemies, more weapons, more locations and most importantly...Turok 2 had multiplayer. In our quest to bring you the most authentic experience at the highest quality level available we've decided to give Turok 2 the love it deserves and release the game "when it's done" which is why all we've been able to say is this: Turok 2 is coming!

Sunless Sea Goes Deeper With New Zubmariner DLC Out Today

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Sunless Sea Goes Deeper With New Zubmariner DLC Out Today

Exploration in Sunless Sea isn't limited to just the surface anymore with the arrival of the Zubmariner. This DLC adds an entirely different perspective for the game, allowing players to convert their ships into a submarine to traverse under the sea, where enchanting shipwrecks and terrors of the deep await.

The new batch of content costs $10.99 and is available on Steam and Gog.com. Our PC Editor, Daniel Tack, enjoyed the original game, giving it an 8/10. You can read his review here.

Those who don't feel like diving into the new DLC can still enjoy a batch of fresh free content including new passengers, story paths, and the Rose Market requests has been revamped.

Overwatch Celebrates 20 Million Accounts With First-Ever PVE Event, Halloween Loot Boxes

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Overwatch Celebrates 20 Million Accounts With First-Ever PVE Event, Halloween Loot Boxes

How popular is Overwatch? Since its launch last May, players have created 20 million accounts according to Blizzard. Not bad for a brand new competitive shooter that naysayers have claimed "lacks content."

To celebrate this achievement, Blizzard just dropped the first-ever PvE brawl, called Junkenstein's Revenge. This wave-based event allows up to four players to team up to take down a mad scientist and his minions.

Overwatch is also getting a cosmetic makeover for Halloween. Starting today, all loot boxes have been replaced with glowing jack o'lanterns that contain more than 100 new costumes, highlight intros, profile icons, sprays, victory poses, and emotes. You can see them in action in the video below:

Guild Wars 2 Gets Halloween Update And Gross Candy Corn

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Guild Wars 2 Gets Halloween Update And Gross Candy Corn

Guild Wars 2 is about to jump into the Halloween season with its upcoming seasonal update. Coming October 18 and ending at some unspecified time after Halloween, the game is receiving a Trick-or-Treat basket's worth of new and returning events and features.

The annual Shadow of the Mad King event makes a comeback along with a Clock Tower jumping puzzle, a "must-do" Labyrinth, candy corn, and "much more." Players can take part in these Halloween-specific events in addition to earning some "sweet new rewards."

[Source: Guild Wars 2 Website]

We're Live Streaming Gears Of War 4

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We're Live Streaming Gears Of War 4

The long-awaited Gears of War sequel is out, and we'll be live streaming starting at 3pm CT. Join Ben Reeves, Suriel Vazquez, and JD Fenix as they buzzsaw their way through the Swarm, the newest threat to humanity in Gears of War 4.

You can click the banner below to watch the stream on Twitch or Youtube, or just tune in using the embedded video below. Come join us!

GTA Online Adds Two New Vehicles, Sixth Purchasable Property

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GTA Online Adds Two New Vehicles, Sixth Purchasable Property

Hot on the heels of last week's Bikers update, which added motorcycle gangs to the already large mix of nefarious activities available in Grand Theft Auto Online, today Rockstar continued the content deluge with two new rides and a long-requested real estate expansion.

The two new vehicles include the "gangland style" Daemon Custom bike and the Kenny Powers approved Raptor three wheeler, both seen above. They look cool, but the news most GTA Online players are most excited about is likely the addition of a sixth purchasable property, which obviously includes a new garage to fill with cars, bikes, and anything else on wheels.

If you're headed back online today, you may want to check out the biker bonuses that run through October 24th, which include a new set of discounts, unlockable rewards, and a free black Western Logo hoodie that you get just for logging in. You can also earn double RP and GTA$ while playing the new Slipstream Adversary Mode. Our Take
The clip at which Rockstar continues to release new GTA Online content is impressive. 

Gears Of War 4 Multiplayer Update Drops Pack Costs, Ups Credit Rewards

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Gears Of War 4 Multiplayer Update Drops Pack Costs, Ups Credit Rewards

After taking in feedback from the community in the days following the Gears of War 4 Ultimate Edition launch, The Coalition is loosening up its stingy credit system for multiplayer just in time for the broader release. 

The developer outlined its new plans in a forum post, which includes dropping the price of an Elite Pack from 4,000 to 3,500 credits and increasing the match completion bonus credits in versus multiplayer. The Coalition hopes this speeds up the progression for players. 

The update also comes with a known bug that may say you earned zero credits for a match completion bonus. "If you see this, you still earned your match bonus credits and XP," the forum post reads. "You should see your true gain reflected in your Credit Wallet in the main menu. We are fixing this bug in a future title update."You can read Reiner's review of the game here

Get Beyond Good & Evil For Free On PC

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Get Beyond Good & Evil For Free On PC

To celebrate Ubisoft's 30th anniversary, the company is giving away some games to its Uplay members. This month it's Beyond Good & Evil.

The game (on PC) is available to all Uplay members starting October 12, and once downloaded it's yours (but the FAQ states the game is only playable "via the Uplay PC application"). The offer is a limited one, so don't delay. For more information, click the source link below.

In other Beyond Good & Evil news, the original game's follow up has just been officially announced as in pre-production.

Harmonix Answers Age-Old Question In Rock Band Rivals Video

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Harmonix Answers Age-Old Question In Rock Band Rivals Video

Rock Band Rivals is coming in a little over a week, adding a slew of new tracks to the game and a Behind the Music-style campaign. Players can also pick up some new instruments for the game, one of which has a pretty nifty little trick. To mark the occasion, Harmonix has released a new video that may not seem at all relevant. Stick with it. Honest.

The video, Will it Bend, features host Josh Harrison testing a variety of objects to see if  they can be bent. He's remarkably successful in his efforts, or at least he is until he isn't.

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Star Citizen's Squadron 42 Single-Player Campaign Drops Out Of 2016

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Delays are nothing new for Star Citizen players, but fans were hopeful that they'd get to play the single-player campaign of the crowd-funded game, Squadron 42, at some point this year. That will not happen now, as the mode has been officially pushed out of 2016.

During a talk at the fourth annual CitizenCon, creator Chris Roberts broke the news that Squadron 42's first episode will not appear during 2016. "It’s really important to do it right," he said. "As much as we wanted to have Squadron 42 for this year, it is not going to be this year because, for all the polish we need to do, it still needs more time."

Roberts did not provide any indication of a new release date, saying, "Please don't hold me to dates."