The Division 2's Open Beta Adds An Extra Main Mission

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The Division 2's Open Beta Adds An Extra Main Mission

The upcoming open beta for The Division 2 will allow everyone to play a bit of Ubisoft's upcoming live shooter and sequel to 2016's The Division. Even if you played the closed betas that have been hitting over the last month, however, the open beta will still have new content for people eager to play more The Division 2.

The open beta offers one more main mission to the closed beta's two, so there's more content to play with in the current beta. If you haven't played any Division betas, that's a huge amount of new content. Check out the open beta trailer below.

The beta will also offer endgame content, so you'll be able to fight against some of the members and weaponry of the Black Tusk organization. The beta begins in just a few days on March 1 and runs through March 4.

The Division 2's Open Beta Adds An Extra Main Mission

about X hours ago from
The Division 2's Open Beta Adds An Extra Main Mission

The upcoming open beta for The Division 2 will allow everyone to play a bit of Ubisoft's upcoming live shooter and sequel to 2016's The Division. Even if you played the closed betas that have been hitting over the last month, however, the open beta will still have new content for people eager to play more The Division 2.

The open beta offers one more main mission to the closed beta's two, so there's more content to play with in the current beta. If you haven't played any Division betas, that's a huge amount of new content. Check out the open beta trailer below.

The beta will also offer endgame content, so you'll be able to fight against some of the members and weaponry of the Black Tusk organization. The beta begins in just a few days on March 1 and runs through March 4.

Resident Evil, Resident Evil 0, and Resident Evil 4 Switch Release Date Announced

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Resident Evil, Resident Evil 0, and Resident Evil 4 Switch Release Date Announced

Capcom announced late last year it was bringing Resident Evil, Resident Evil 0, and Resident Evil 4 to the Switch, but no other details were shared at the time. Today we learned a little more about the ports. All three games will be released on May 21 as digital downloads via the Switch eShop, with pre-orders starting on Feb 28.

Capcom also followed up that North American Switch owners will be able to get physical versions of Resident Evil and Resident Evil 0 via the Resident Evil Origins Collection, though no release date for that Switch port has been given yet.

[Source: Capcom Twitter]

Resident Evil, Resident Evil 0, And Resident Evil 4 Switch Release Date Announced

about X hours ago from
Resident Evil, Resident Evil 0, And Resident Evil 4 Switch Release Date Announced

Capcom announced late last year it was bringing Resident Evil, Resident Evil 0, and Resident Evil 4 to the Switch, but no other details were shared at the time. Today we learned a little more about the ports. All three games will be released on May 21 as digital downloads via the Switch eShop, with pre-orders starting on Feb 28.

Capcom also followed up that North American Switch owners will be able to get physical versions of Resident Evil and Resident Evil 0 via the Resident Evil Origins Collection, though no release date for that Switch port has been given yet.

[Source: Capcom Twitter]

Removed Amazon Listing For Mystery Bethesda Game Had A Countdown Attached

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Removed Amazon Listing For Mystery Bethesda Game Had A Countdown Attached

Over the weekend, an Amazon listing was found for a mystery unnamed game without any identifying information besides a publisher: Bethesda. It was found and blown up on social media by accounts like deal maven @Wario64 pointing out the oddity. The now-removed game was available in Standard, Deluxe, and Collector's editions and was able to be preordered on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

Perhaps most mysteriously was a single video attached to the listing, stock footage of a countdown with sound of a film reel as it counts down from 10 to 1.

Once the listing got some attention, it was quickly pulled from Amazon without any explanation. The retailer has not responded to a request for clarification, though it is possible they will not until the next business day. If the listing was not an error, it would not be the first time Bethesda has teased a game, as the reveal for Fallout 76 involved a days-long stream of 1950s test footage and a Pip Boy.

Removed Amazon Listing For Mystery Bethesda Game Had A Countdown Attached

about X hours ago from
Removed Amazon Listing For Mystery Bethesda Game Had A Countdown Attached

Over the weekend, an Amazon listing was found for a mystery unnamed game without any identifying information besides a publisher: Bethesda. It was found and blown up on social media by accounts like deal maven @Wario64 pointing out the oddity. The now-removed game was available in Standard, Deluxe, and Collector's editions and was able to be preordered on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

Perhaps most mysteriously was a single video attached to the listing, stock footage of a countdown with sound of a film reel as it counts down from 10 to 1.

Once the listing got some attention, it was quickly pulled from Amazon without any explanation. The retailer has not responded to a request for clarification, though it is possible they will not until the next business day. If the listing was not an error, it would not be the first time Bethesda has teased a game, as the reveal for Fallout 76 involved a days-long stream of 1950s test footage and a Pip Boy.

Travis Strikes Again DLC Black Dandelion Arrives Next Week

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Travis Strikes Again DLC Black Dandelion Arrives Next Week

Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes, the isometric take on the No More Heroes formula, will be getting its first DLC next week. Players who have been enjoying director Suda51's latest title will be able to get their first taste of new content starting on February 28.

With katana in hand and two new skills, Shinobu joins #TravisStrikesAgain: #NoMoreHeroes with Vol. 1: Black Dandelion DLC, releasing next week on 2/28! Includes the new Badman Strikes Back Adventure. https://t.co/7l6zXx42Ts pic.twitter.com/pZxgJDPLcU

The second DLC focuses on Shinobu, Travis Touchdown's former opponent and modern student. Shinobu gets her own content and two skills that neither Travis nor Badman had in the main game. Additionally, each DLC comes with a text adventure, and this one is Badman's turn. Considering his involvement in the revised Killer7 opening to the game, it is possible the text adventure will shed more light on that.

Travis Strikes Again DLC Black Dandelion Arrives Next Week

about X hours ago from
Travis Strikes Again DLC Black Dandelion Arrives Next Week

Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes, the isometric take on the No More Heroes formula, will be getting its first DLC next week. Players who have been enjoying director Suda51's latest title will be able to get their first taste of new content starting on February 28.

With katana in hand and two new skills, Shinobu joins #TravisStrikesAgain: #NoMoreHeroes with Vol. 1: Black Dandelion DLC, releasing next week on 2/28! Includes the new Badman Strikes Back Adventure. https://t.co/7l6zXx42Ts pic.twitter.com/pZxgJDPLcU

The second DLC focuses on Shinobu, Travis Touchdown's former opponent and modern student. Shinobu gets her own content and two skills that neither Travis nor Badman had in the main game. Additionally, each DLC comes with a text adventure, and this one is Badman's turn. Considering his involvement in the revised Killer7 opening to the game, it is possible the text adventure will shed more light on that.

Anthem's Drop Rates Raised And Then Lowered Again

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Anthem's Drop Rates Raised And Then Lowered Again

On Friday, when Anthem got its day one patch last week on the actual day one of the game, or day seven if you've been playing for a week already. An unintended consequence of that patch has resulted in players on the game's Anthem subreddit and Bioware's forums arguing back and forth all weekend about whether the loot drop rates were lowered or not.

Right before the game released, Bioware sent out the first of the game's major updates, but then put out a smaller update the next day. Both updates shared the exact same notes, causing quite a bit of confusion, but fans who bought the game on Friday felt like they noticed something strange. After the second update, the loot drop rates seemed to have decreased, leading to arguments online with whether the game had a sudden stealth nerf to drop rates, with some people insisting they have and others saying it's exactly the same.

Anthem lead producer Ben Irvo came into a Reddit thread about the subject to clarify.

Anthem's Drop Rates Raised And Then Lowered Again

about X hours ago from
Anthem's Drop Rates Raised And Then Lowered Again

On Friday, when Anthem got its day one patch last week on the actual day one of the game, or day seven if you've been playing for a week already. An unintended consequence of that patch has resulted in players on the game's Anthem subreddit and Bioware's forums arguing back and forth all weekend about whether the loot drop rates were lowered or not.

Right before the game released, Bioware sent out the first of the game's major updates, but then put out a smaller update the next day. Both updates shared the exact same notes, causing quite a bit of confusion, but fans who bought the game on Friday felt like they noticed something strange. After the second update, the loot drop rates seemed to have decreased, leading to arguments online with whether the game had a sudden stealth nerf to drop rates, with some people insisting they have and others saying it's exactly the same.

Anthem lead producer Ben Irvo came into a Reddit thread about the subject to clarify.