Dragon Age: BioWare Writer Says New Game in Development

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A new Dragon Age game is in the works, according to BioWare writer Alexis Kennedy.

Speaking with Eurogamer, Kennedy talked about his remote role with the RPG developer and what it's like working on such a massive project. Previously, he created Sunless Sea and scripted story DLC for Stellaris.

"There are huge differences between all of that and what I'm working on at BioWare," Kennedy told Eurogamer with a pause, adding "which I can now legitimately say is in the Dragon Age franchise although it has been known for a while.

13 Grand Theft Auto 5 Facts You Didn't Know

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13 Grand Theft Auto 5 Facts You Didn't Know

If you love finding secrets in video games, then look no further than 2013’s Grand Theft Auto 5. Whether it’s movie references, video game Easter Eggs, or just neat production secrets, there’s no shortage of things to discover or learn about Rockstar’s incredibly ambitious open-world action game.

Since we all know about the UFO and Big foot references, we decided to go even deeper to bring some of GTA’s greatest mysteries to the light. Here are 13 things you probably didn’t know about Grand Theft Auto 5.

Destiny 2 Drops Divisive Grimoire Cards

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Destiny 2 is doing away with Grimoire Cards, the in-game collectibles that provided a deeper look into the lore of Destiny's universe.

Many players found the cards problematic, as they weren't accessible in game; they could only be accessed through Bungie's website or the Destiny companion app. As a response to this problem, Bungie is doing away with the cards all together, opting to "put the lore in the game" itself.

"We want people to be able to find the lore," Bungie World Lead Steve Cotton told Forbes. "All the story is told through the Adventures, it's told through the characters in the world, it's told through the campaign and it's told through scannables you find throughout the world."

The Angry Birds Movie 2 Announced

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The Angry Birds Movie 2 is officially in the works, Rovio Entertainment announced today.

Columbia Pictures and Rovio Entertainment will release the sequel in theaters on September 20, 2019, the 10th anniversary of the release of the original Angry Birds mobile game. Plot details about the film are unknown yet.

While there's also no word on returning cast members, the original film starred the voices of Jason Sudeikis, Josh Gad, Peter Dinklage, and Maya Rudolph, among others.

Crackdown 3: Road to E3 2017

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It's that time of year again: E3 2017 is just on the horizon. From June 10-15, we'll be covering the biggest games and hardware announcements of 2017 and beyond. While you can check out our continually-updated Games of E3 List, we're now going to start diving deeper.

LawBreakers Announced for PS4

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LawBreakers is heading to PlayStation 4.

Developer Boss Key Productions has announced the first-person shooter for Sony's system, with enhancements on PlayStation 4 Pro. Previously, the game from Gears of War creator Cliff Bleszinski was only coming to PC.

Publisher Nexon also unveiled that LawBreakers will cost $30. There won't be a season pass, with DLC being free.

PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds Early Access Review

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Even though PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is still in Early Access, it’s already a groundbreaking online shooter. Each game starts the same way, but its remarkable ability to feel like a fresh new adventure every round has kept me coming back for hours on end. It manages to approach the Battle Royale-style death match made popular by games like DayZ with relative simplicity, without sacrificing the essence of the hardcore survival sim, creating a tight, focused, and no-frills experience that places it leagues above the competition.

Out This Week: Friday the 13th, Logan, Ultra Street Fighter II, RiME

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With so many new games and movies coming out, it can be hard to keep up. Lucky for you, IGN is here to help with a weekly round-up of the biggest releases each and every week. Check out the latest releases for this week, and be sure to come back next Monday for a new update.

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