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Wreckfest Hits Consoles in August

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Bugbear’s Wreckfest will be making it’s way to consoles this summer, arriving next month.

The online racing game will make it’s official arrival to consoles on August 27th and will be available on the Xbox and Playstation 4 consoles, along with a digital deluxe edition.

While the Deluxe Edition will come equipped with the Season Pass, both editions will come with the exclusive Bandit Ripper V8 racer provided you pre-order the game.

PC players won’t feel left out, as a new update will roll out

Here is what the update includes:

  • Three new tracks and one new derby arena
  • Three new challenge vehicles
  • One new reward car for finishing the career
  • New and improved career events
  • Several new paint jobs for existing vehicles
  • Additional day times for all tracks
  • More “cool stuff”
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Shenmue 3 Drops Launch Trailer

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The official launch trailer for Shenmue 3 has officially arrived ahead of the games official launch on November 19th for both Playstation and the PC.

You can check out the official trailer below:

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Yakuza: Like a Dragon Drops 10-Minute Story Trailer

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Yakuza: Like a Dragon has a brand new trailer, with plenty of content and a familiar face, ready for your viewing pleasure.

Segas has dropped a new trailer, and while it’s all in Japanese, it still is entertaining and it brings back a familiar face as Kazuma Kiryu is featured in the 10-minute long trailer. Fans of the series will remember Kiryu as the main protagonist in the series since it’s inception, but it is unclear what specific role he will play.

Yakuza: Like a Dragon is set to arrive on January 12th in Japan, and will release in other regions throughout 2020.

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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Trials Returns

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Following the release of their brand new patch for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, Infinity Ward has re-enabled Trials mode which was initially introduced before the end of October but was taken down after Infinity Ward discovered a bug that prevented players from getting the XP that they earned when playing.

That bug has been resolved.

Trials are available only to players at Officer ranks, which a player can reach after clearing the initial 55 levels of progression. By reaching higher Officer ranks, the player will earn more tickets, with each ticket having the ability to unlock access to Trials, but with live targets.

 

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