Beholder 2, the grim game of state surveillance, comes out on December 4

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Beholder 2, the grim game of state surveillance, comes out on December 4

Government surveillance sim Beholder is "one of the darkest games I've played in some time," said Andy (the other one) after playing it in late 2016. But in a good way: "It’s not often that games make me feel genuinely unsettled, and that alone made Beholder worth playing." A sequel was announced at the tail end of 2017, and publisher Alawar Premium revealed today that it will be released on December 4. 

Command & Conquer and Red Alert Remastered are being developed by former C&C devs

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Command & Conquer and Red Alert Remastered are being developed by former C&C devs

Electronic Arts revealed today that the Command & Conquer remasters it teased in October will begin with Tiberian Dawn, the story of the first Tiberium War between the Global Defense Initiative and the Brotherhood of Nod that was told in the original Command & Conquer, and the alt-universe Command & Conquer: Red Alert, along with all their expansions, which will be bundled with the base games. 

Nvidia's latest GPU driver enables ray tracing in Battlefield 5

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Nvidia's latest GPU driver enables ray tracing in Battlefield 5

Battlefield 5 is already past its initial release date for Origin Access Premier subscribers, who were able to start playing the game on November 9. Anyone who preordered the Deluxe version will get the same courtesy on November 15, while the Standard Edition releases on November 20. In preparation for the broader releases, Nvidia is pushing out a new 'Game Ready' GPU driver that is optimized for Battlefield 5, with raytracing support.

The US Army is starting its own esports team

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The US Army is starting its own esports team

The US Army is hoping that esports, of all things, will encourage more young Americans to consider a career in the armed forces. It’s putting together its own esports team as part of the marketing initiative, sending them to tournaments where they can drum up awareness and make the Army seem more relatable.