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  1. Visceral to be closed by EA

    I don't think EA ever was going to do a other Hardline. No good to see this tho.
  2. The Destiny 2 PC launch trailer is here

    looks good alright man, i will watch a few stream it before i decide
  3. Nobody is safe. With Crytek’s co-op shooter making its way to Steam Early Access, it’s time for another trailer. We’ve seen a fair amount of the game recently, including a 12 minute developer walkthrough, but the new Steam trailer provides a handy overview of Hunt: Showdown, prepping hunters for ambushes, shootouts and demon hunts. Here’s the skinny: you play as a hunter, searching for the demons whose deaths pay the bills (and for gear). To find them, you’ll need to explore a desolate sandbox, using senses both natural and supernatural to pinpoint their location before attempting to execute them. The wrinkle is that you’re not alone. Other groups hunters, other players, are trying to do the same thing. Expect ambushes and firefights and desperate chases as you try to escape the area with your bounty. While other players pose a danger to you and your team, I’d be just as concerned about the monsters. Spider demons, hellhounds, zombies, that giant bloke with a pig face—it’s a really horrible menagerie. Thank goodness for all the weapons, which run the gamut from trusty six shooters to grenades that create a web of tangled barbed wire. The Hunt: Showdown Steam store page is up, but you can’t purchase it yet. It’s coming soon, however.
  4. Nearly 20,000 banned on Friday. I haven't come across a single hacker in PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds. Not an obvious one at least. Maybe that means I need to be more observant, or perhaps it's a testament to the game's anti-cheat system, which is banning more than 6,000 suspected cheaters every day. That's according to BattlEye, which polices the game's servers. Its official account tweeted yesterday that between 6,000 and 13,000 players are getting their marching orders daily. On Saturday morning, it had cracked down on nearly 20,000 players within the previous 24-hour period. The "vast majority" of those were from China, where in-game ads recently caused a flood of negative reviews of the game to hit Steam. In total, the service has blocked 322,000 people, double the number that was reported by the game's creator Brendan Greene, aka PlayerUnknown, last month. That's a rapid rise. PUBG continues to go from strength to strength: it passed the 2 million concurrent players mark three days ago, and today it peaked at just under a whopping 2.2 million, official Steam stats show. According to SteamSpy, more than 16 million people own it. Have you come across many hackers while playing?
  5. Get ready for 4K graphics, uncapped frame rates, and copious amounts of gunplay. Destiny 2 has been available on consoles for a while now, but it's not coming to the PC until next week. It sucks having to wait, yes, but the upside is that we get our very own launch trailer—and it's time to watch. The PC version of Destiny 2 is going to be functionally identical to its console cousins, but it will bring some distinct advantages to the table too, including uncapped frame rates and support for 4K graphics if you have the hardware for it. I'd say that playing with a mouse and keyboard counts as a pretty big plus too, but your mileage may vary on that point. Newcomers to Destiny can get caught up on what they've missed in our handy beginner's guide (the first game was never released for the PC, don't forget) and we've also got a detailed breakdown of the Leviathan, the game's first raid and "the pinnacle of the PvE end-game." Destiny 2 comes to the PC on October 24 and is available for pre-purchase at Battle.net. Minimum specs CPU Intel: Intel Core i3-3250 3.5 GHz or Intel Pentium G4560 3.5 GHz CPU AMD: AMD FX-4350 4.2 GHz GPU Nvidia: Nvidia GeForce GTX 660 2GB or GTX 1050 2GB GPU AMD: AMD Radeon HD 7850 2GB RAM: 6GB Recommended specs CPU Intel: Intel Core i5-2400 3.4 GHz or i5 7400 3.5 GHz CPU AMD: AMD Ryzen R5 1600X 3.6 GHz GPU Nvidia: Nvidia GeForce GTX 970 4GB or GTX 1060 6GB GPU AMD: AMD R9 390 8GB RAM: 8GB You'll also need 68GB of free hard drive space and Windows 7 64-bit, Windows 8.1 64-bit, or Windows 10 64-bit.
  6. Hell Let Loose!!! Looks INCREDIBLE

    yes this looks good i will deffo try this out.
  7. Celts as in Welsh people?

    We have all sorts about here, but the CeltS where not only the Welsh We are from near and far Welcome to the forums and happy to see you play on our server
  8. Custom PC

    what you going to spend?
  9. GingerWizard Stream Intro

    HELLO good Sir
  10. Hi all Check out our new BFH PREMIUM Server we hope to see you on the Battlefield Link
  11. CeltS Rocket League

    lol hahaha
  12. CeltS Rocket League

    I have it but I am shit ha
  13. Rockstar teases a Red Dead Redemption 2 thing for next week

    Yes i loved playing this on Xbox if it is deffo coming out on PC that would be awesome :)
  14. Sledgehammer games co-founder Glen Schofield also said the new game will differentiate between Nazis and Germans. The recent Call of Duty: WWII story trailer, and the four squad trailers that followed, focused exclusively on the American soldiers of the US First Infantry Division, who experience the war from the beaches of Normandy to other "iconic" battlefields across Europe. But Sledgehammer Games co-founder Glen Schofield told GQ that while Private Ronald "Red" Daniels of the Big Red One is the game's central character, he's not the only one whose story will be told. "You won’t play as a German in the single player, but you do play as other Allies. You play as a female French resistance soldier, as an RAF pilot, and as a tank commander," he said. "But it all comes back to Ronald 'Red' Daniels. He’s a kid from Texas and it’s a story about him and his brother. They basically walk through France, with 60 pounds on their back, a 10 pound weapon, and lousy equipment. You’ll liberate Paris, but then it goes to hell again. We show the euphoria and then the letdown.” While COD:WWII is heavy on "spectacle," Schofield also emphasized the studio's commitment to historical accuracy. He related a story about speaking to historian and consultant Marty Morgan about a train wreck that occurs in the game. "I’d call Marty up and say, ‘I need a train. I need a very important train. Around April of 1944.’ He came back with four different ones, we narrowed it down to two, and the final one was more interesting than what I was coming up with myself," he said. The train crash that came out of all that effort, he noted, "is major." Schofield said the new game won't "shy away from some of the big things," like racism, sexism, and "all the brutalities." But it will also "make a distinction between Nazis and Germans," he added. "One of the first things we did was talk to people from Germany and people said to us, 'I’m a German not a Nazi'. We make sure we have that distinction in there as well—the human side of both sides." Call of Duty: WWII will be out on November 3. Before that happens, a multiplayer beta will get underway on the PC on September 29.
  15. Whatever the case, it's definitely a van. When Brendan Greene did a PUBG AMA earlier this week, he said the forthcoming new map will also feature three new vehicles. At the time, he teased that we'd have to "wait and see" what they are, but now we know what at least one of them will be. It will be a van heavily reminiscent of the ye olde Volkswagen Kombi vans. As for the other two, we'll have to keep waiting to see. This particular van will be an especially stylish way to barrel dangerously throughout PUBG's sprawling maps, but unlike the Kombi's reputation – at least here in Australia – it likely won't be a symbol of peace and love. In addition to the new vehicles, Greene hinted at a bunch of other stuff that PUBG players can look forward to.