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  1. 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 :)
  2. 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.
  3. 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.
  4. Is the PC announcement finally on the way? Red Dead Redemption 2 will be out next year, and while it hasn't yet been confirmed for the PC, nobody's come around and said that it's not coming to the PC, either. And until they do, I'm going to keep paying attention and taking notice when something happens—something like, for instance, this. What could be it? Ideally, it'll be a solid launch date (right now RDR2 is set for the loosely-defined second quarter of 2018), a new trailer, and confirmation that a PC version is on the way. But I'd be willing to settle for just one of those things. I'll let you guess which one.
  5. wow nice people will con pair it to PUBG, so it might not go down well, but as you say the amount off players is very interesting and could be a lot off fun
  6. PunkBuster Booting

    Make sure you have the bfh.exe file whitelisted in your anti virus if you have one that is
  7. Hey IrishAceKavo, Thank you so much for the donation of 10.00 GBP, you make this clan stronger and we will live Longer! So much respect! CeltS
  8. Can the unreleased battle royale superhit be stopped? This week, PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds surpassed ten million sales, a figure reached in just 165 days of Early Access release. And just under two weeks ago, the battle royale murder sandbox achieved the unthinkable by leapfrogging Dota 2's lofty concurrent player count. Now Bluehole's runaway megahit has passed one million concurrent players. Look, see: Can the juggernaut be stopped? It's showing very little signs of slowing down at present. Here's creator Brendan Greene's response to hitting the one million mark.
  9. More games released so far this year than in the whole of 2015 It's no wonder your Steam backlog keeps growing: the platform is releasing more games than ever before. According to analyst Daniel Ahmad, of Niko Partners, the number of games released on the platform so far this year has already surpassed the total for the whole of 2015. Around 1,300 games have popped up since June's launch of Steam Direct, the replacement for Steam Greenlight that lets developers publish on Steam without passing through an approval process. If that pace carries on then the number of games released this year could top 5,000 for the first time. That would mean there were more games released this year on Steam than in the eight years between 2006 and 2014. Pretty staggering. I'm split on whether that's a good or bad thing. It means that a lot of dross gets through the net, and it can make it harder for the best titles to stand out in the growing crowd. But it also allows users to buy some real gems that may not have made it through Steam Greenlight, which saw users vote on titles that should be published. What do you think?
  10. Steal From Hitler In New FPS, Raid: World War 2

    http://store.steampowered.com/app/414740/RAID_World_War_II/
  11. ARK: Aberration Expansion Pack!

    Looks awesome i have been die in to play this game but i need help as it is to much for me ha
  12. Yes id probably try this my self
  13. Hacker Scum Caught: xXxESL-MasterxXx (08e01bfd)

    First one for a while
  14. Yes I use wire but I would like to go with wireless to get rid off all the wires in the house ha, the price is a but high but if I had it I might
  15. Optimizes gaming traffic for lower latency. Asus makes some of the best routers out there, we can say that from experience (two of its models appear on our list of best routers for gaming). With that in mind, we have high hopes for the company's new RT-AC86U, a dual-band router that is supposed to prioritize gaming traffic. Using a combination of adaptive QoS controls and WTFast Game Accelerator, Asus says this new model is designed to deliver lag-free online gaming, along with 4K streaming without frequent buffering. With regards to the former, the built-in QoS controls give your gaming traffic priority over other online activity. Game Accelerator adds to this with WTFast's Gamers Private Network (GPN) client/server solution. It uses proprietary software to send gaming data through its network of over 100 servers to reduce ping. Beyond its gaming features, the RT-AC86U is a dual-band 802.11ac MU-MIMO router powered by a 1.8GHz 32-bit dual-core processor. Theoretically, it can deliver data at up to 2,167Mbps on the 5GHz band and up to 750Mbps on the 2.4GHz band. Real-world speeds will be lower than these advertised maximums, but the higher number, the fatter the pipe, so to speak. Asus routers have a solid reputation for range. In this case, the RT-86U is powered by an internal 3dBi antenna and three external antennas. Around back you'll find four GbE LAN ports for wired connections. The RT-86U also has a USB 3.0 port and USB 2.0 port for plugging in external devices to share across your network, such as an older printer that doesn't support wireless or a storage drive. According to TechPowerUp, Asus is pricing this one at $199 (€249)
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