The Joker and Harley Quinn are coming to PUBG

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The Joker and Harley Quinn are coming to PUBG

PUBG Corp and DC have teamed up to cram The Joker and Harley Quinn into PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, at least as skins. This version of the deranged duo is from the fascinatingly awful Suicide Squad.

Check out the best of Humble's Warhammer Week sale

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Check out the best of Humble's Warhammer Week sale

Blood for the Blood God! Skulls for the Skull Throne! Discounts for whichever Chaos deity is into bargains! Yes, it’s Warhammer Week over at Humble, knocking a whole bunch of fantasy and 40K adaptations down to cheapish. It barely scrapes the surface of the vast Warhammer library, but there are still loads of games vying for your attention. Which ones are great, and which belong on an Ork scrap heap? 

Warframe's massive open world Fortuna update is launching this week

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Warframe's massive open world Fortuna update is launching this week

The highly anticipated Fortuna update for Warframe is dropping this week. Fortuna introduces a large open-world location on Venus called Orb Vallis where you can jump, grind, and surf on K-boards. The zone features cave systems, underground Corpus facilities, and a neon-lit hub city full of vendors.

League of Legends characters form a kickass K-pop group, perform 'live' at World Championships

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League of Legends characters form a kickass K-pop group, perform 'live' at World Championships

K/DA is a League of Legends pop group made up of Ahri, Evelynn, Kai'Sa, and Akali, all of them LoL characters and thus not actual people who actually exist. But they came pretty close to it during the recent opening ceremony of the League of Legends World Championship in Incheon, South Korea, when they appeared on stage alongside real-life counterparts Madison Beer, Miyeon and Soyeon of K-pop girl group (G)I-DLE, and Jaira Burns, thanks to the magic of augmented reality. 

Rumor: Blizzard was going to announce Diablo 4 at BlizzCon but cancelled at the last minute

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Rumor: Blizzard was going to announce Diablo 4 at BlizzCon but cancelled at the last minute

The announcement of Diablo Immortal at BlizzCon went about as badly as it could have. The reveal of a mobile game rather than a full-on Diablo 4 led to a "huge backlash" at what is traditionally a two-day celebration of all things Blizzard. According to a Kotaku report, however, the reaction to Diablo Immortal's announcement could've been very different, as the site says that Blizzard planned to confirm Diablo 4 is in development but bailed on the reveal before last Friday. 

Rainbow Six Siege review bombed amid China censorship backlash

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Rainbow Six Siege review bombed amid China censorship backlash

Following last week’s announcement that Ubisoft would be tweaking the aesthetics of Rainbow Six Siege maps and UI to comply with Chinese game regulations, the most vocal corner of the game’s community is in an uproar. Over the weekend, upset fans bombarded Siege with negative reviews, dropping its reception to “mixed” on Steam. In the past few days, almost 1,500 negative reviews have appeared, the vast majority of them condemning Ubi’s alterations for the Chinese market.