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    GTA Online Players Can Track Down A Piece Of Red Dead Redemption

    By GameInformer,


    GTA Online players can go on a treasure hunt starting today, which will earn them a new weapon and a chance to get more lucrative in-game bonuses. Even better, those who track down the double-action revolver can unlock it for use in the upcoming Red Dead Redemption 2.

    To find the revolver, check your iFruit's email for the first clue. You're on your own from there. Rockstar says that players who manage to successfully follow the trail and find the revolver can then participate in a headshot challenge in Freemode. Complete that, and you'll earn a bounty of $250,000 in GTA bucks. If you like the weapon, you'll be able to unlock it in Red Dead Redemption 2 this spring.

    It's not the first time that the worlds of Red Dead and GTA Online have crossed paths. Members of Rockstar's Social Club can choose John Marston as a parent when generating their GTA Online characters.

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    New Gameplay Today – Far Cry 5

    By GameInformer,


    The Far Cry series is built on a few simple rules: Drop players into a beautiful world, give them the tools they need to make their mark on it, and then let them loose. Far Cry 5 continues that tradition, providing plenty of opportunities for players to indulge in their most mayhem-generating impulses, too. GI's news editor, Imran Khan, comes across as an amiable, low-key guy, but make no mistake – he's a straight up maniac, or at least he is if his time in the latest game is any indicator.

    Imran recently checked out Far Cry 5 at an event, and he came back with a bloody trophy. Okay, not really. It was technically a bunch of video footage from his play session. But it's bloody! He walks Leo and me through some of his adventures while providing disturbing evidence that we may have hired a monster. Oh well!

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    Far Cry 5 is coming to the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on March 27.

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    Antorus Progression, Dec 14 Hotfixes, PTR Notes, Blue Posts, FinalBossTV, HeroStorm

    By Curse,
    hearthstoneIcon.pngWeapon Rogue: The Legendary Kingsbane's Influence on a Powerful Class

    Antorus, the Burning Throne Progression
    Exorsus has also managed to clear Antorus!


    Patch 7.2.3 Hotfixes - December 14
    Originally Posted by Blizzard (Blue Tracker / Official Forums)

    Dungeons and Raids
    • Throne of Thunder
      • Jin’rokh the Breaker
        • Resolved an issue that caused Jin'rokh's Focused Lightning to move faster than intended.
    • Antorus, The Burning Throne
      • Hounds of Sargeras
        • Resolved an issue that could cause Consuming Sphere to inflict periodic damage more rapidly than intended.

    • Pantheon's Blessing will now stack.

    PTR Development Notes Build 25700
    Originally Posted by Blizzard (Blue Tracker)
    This week, we’ve implemented a new build that primarily brings bugfixes to the PTR. Our biggest focus for testing remains the new level 1-100 zone and dungeon scaling we’re introducing with 7.3.5. This is an extensive change to how loot, quests, and creatures work in the open world, so we continue to look for as much feedback as we can get about how things are working out.

    Thank you so much for all of the feedback you’ve provided so far on leveling in Azeroth. We hope you keep the feedback coming, and we’d like to ask you to especially focus some of your testing on the questlines in these specific zones:

    • Blade's Edge Mountains
    • Duskwood
    • Hellfire Peninsula
    • Icecrown
    • Kun-Lai Summit
    • Nagrand
    • Storm Peaks
    • Terokkar Forest
    • Vashj'ir
    • Wetlands

    Feedback on the difficulty, pacing, and most importantly, any bugs you might find while completing quests in the above zones would be most helpful. Please post your level scaling feedback here.

    We now have Ulduar Timewalking available for testing, and it should be available for the next four days or so. Please post Ulduar Timewalking feedback here.

    Also, a heads up—We’re planning a scheduled playtest of the new Seething Shore PvP Battleground. Get ready to Play With The Blues on the PTR on Tuesday, December 19 from 2:00 – 4:00 p.m. PST. The Seething Shore is a 10v10 race to gather Azerite on an island near Silithus, and we hope you’ll be able to join us there and test it thoroughly on Tuesday.

    As always, thank you very much for participating in the PTR!

    Blue Posts
    Originally Posted by Blizzard Entertainment
    Method World First Kill
    Congrats to Method! It's been interesting watching everyone compete for the World First, and It's awesome to see Method pull through. We will be watching for the World Second and World Third, so good luck to everyone else going for the kill!

    Boss got nerfed cause they suck, nothing new to see here.
    The boss hasn't been touched In the last couple of days besides some minor bug fixes, so all the latest attempts have definitely been legitimately difficult, but good try!

    Efficiency has nothing todo with it, its like saying the todays Warriors are a better basketball team than the 90's Bulls, its still a video game where you move and press 1,2,3,4, this isnt nuclear enginnering, not taking away the current players skills, but one cannot say people werent skilled ages ago if they still spent nearly 15+ hours a day playing a game
    I can guarantee you with all the money in the known universe that people are better raiders today than from Vanilla.

    100%. Professional raiding as well as raid design have evolved a ton since those days, they are hardly comparable at this point imo.

    Ragnaros took 120 days, this is easy in comparison

    People also didn’t play 24/h a day 7 days. Week on rotating shifts trying everything in their power to get it.

    Or have PTR research, or datamining, or have multiple characters for any scenario of mechanical differences. The list goes on. Higher end raiders while a very fraction of a percent are far more skilled in how they approach fights than they were during Vanilla and even Burning Crusade encounters.

    If you dropped a fight like Argus during something like Vanilla with no previous history of encounters or the tools that higher end raiders have now, I think you'd see him live for quite a long time.

    Okay, we care why?

    More people should care. The world first races are fun to follow for a number of reasons. If you're (general you, I mean) one of those people who is salty about raiding in general, then by all means stay away; but for someone who knows even the slightest bit about how raiding works, following along with the MMO-Champion mythic progression thread for each raid is by turns fascinating and hilarious.
    Fascinating because I will never see mythic progression, just like I won't ever play professional football, but I can read the commentary of the various hardcore raiders that contribute to that thread just like I can watch pro ball. Hilarious because sometimes there's more bickering and drama in these extreme high-end raiding guilds than you see in any RP guild.

    It's just that, entertainment. However, it's not some peoples cup of tea and that's fine. I personally get super excited about it and love to talk about the race around the office. We even watch some of players that stream it, the rare few that is. It's also a sense of pride, being a player that used to participate in this, seeing it continue through all of the new raid tiers we add.

    Even though I'm not a hardcore raider in any sense, I always notice that people on the forums get triggered badly whenever impressive PVE or PVP accomplishments are mentioned in anyway.
    Some people get mad seeing things they haven't accomplished like this. We'd have a few more raiders if they weren't so busy posting angrily on the forums about other player's accomplishments. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ (Blue Tracker / Official Forums)

    Tame Beast and Trinket Procs
    Your feedback has been heard, and we agree.

    We're working on a hotfix that should prevent Tame Beast from triggering trinket procs.

    Good luck finding what you seek! (Official Forums)

    Overwatch Winter Wonderland Event
    The Overwatch Winter Wonderland event is live!

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    FinalBossTV #158 - Mythic Raiding Discussion
    This week FinalBossTV talked to Preheat (Limit), Canya (Method) & Bloo (Big Dumb Guild) about the Mythic race.

    HeroStorm - Episode 33 Lunarhahahaha!
    Another episode of HeroStorm has been released!

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    Adventure Time: Pirates of the Enchiridion, An Open World Pirate Game, Announced For Spring

    By GameInformer,


    Outright Games, a developer known for licensed games, has announced an open world Adventure Time game for all the major consoles next spring.

    The game starts of in the Land of Ooo, where rising tides are risking every kingdom with flooding. Player characters Finn, Jake, Marceline, and BMO decide to go check out the problem in the various kingdoms by crossing the newly created sea. Finn captains the ship and recruits various other characters to join.

    You can see a few shots of the game here. Pirates of Enchiridion will release on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, and Switch in Spring 2018.



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    GI Show – PUBG On Xbox, Death Stranding, Shadow Of The Colossus Interview

    By GameInformer,


    On this week's Game Informer Show podcast, Ben Hanson, Ben Reeves, Suriel Vazquez, and Kyle Hilliard talk about the final piece of content for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild with the Champion's Ballad DLC. Then Jeff Marchiafava joins us to talk about the experience of jumping into the less-than-stellar port of PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds on the Xbox One. There were a lot of great game announcements last week, so we Skype in Imran Khan to talk about Geoff Keighley's The Game Awards and PSX 2017. After some great community emails, we're joined by Bluepoint Games' technical director Peter Dalton and producer Randall Lowe to talk about the tricky task of remaking Team Ico's masterpiece Shadow of the Colossus on the PlayStation 4.

    You can watch the video below, subscribe and listen to the audio on iTunes or Google Play, or listen to episode 377 on SoundCloud. Also, be sure to send your questions to [email protected] for a chance to have them answered on the show and win a prize by becoming Email of the Week!

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    Our thanks to the talented Super Marcato Bros. for The Game Informer Show's intro song. You can hear more of their original tunes and awesome video game music podcast at their website.

    To jump to a particular point in the discussion, check out the time stamps below...

    3:40 - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild's Champion's Ballad DLC
    17:15 - Never Stop Sneakin'
    22:30 - A Hat in Time
    26:25 - PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds on Xbox One
    44:45 - The Game Awards 2017 Recap
    52:37 - Death Stranding
    1:02:40 - Lost Soul Aside
    1:05:20 - Knights and Bikes
    1:06:55 - Firewall: Zero Hour
    1:10:30 - Community emails
    1:41:25 - Calling out The Rock
    1:47:10 - Bluepoint Games Interview on remaking Shadow of the Colossus


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    November U.S. Sales Show Call Of Duty Rocketing Past All Competition

    By GameInformer,


    November is generally the biggest month of the year for the gaming industry and this year's sales grew over last, with Call of Duty: WWII leading the charge in a commanding way.

    The PlayStation 4 sold the most units last month, likely due to the $199 Black Friday pricing. Microsoft took the lead in terms of revenue of consoles sold due to the more expensive Xbox One selling quite well on its own. Nintendo's Switch sold somewhere around a million units, but had no bundles or sale prices of any kind.

    In terms of software, Call of Duty: WWII is far and away the best selling game of November. It reverses a downward trend that Activision's major series has been seeing over the last few releases. It so strongly reverses the trend that Call of Duty: WWII is the best selling game of the entire year from this single month of sales so far.

    Call of Duty: WWII is also the best selling game of the 12-month time span that includes the previous November.

    “According to NPD, based on revenues Call of Duty: WWII is the #1 top selling console video game in North America this year, making Call of Duty the #1 top selling console video game franchise in North America for the 9th year in a row,” says Activision CEO Eric Hirshberg. “As proud as we are of Call of Duty: WWII, we’re equally proud that our talented teams have found ways to keep Call of Duty fresh, relevant and on top of the charts for nearly a decade—an amazing feat. Thanks to the greatest fans in the world for their passion and engagement with this awesome franchise.”


    Star Wars: Battlefront II also did well despite the controversies surrounding the game, but analysts believe it did quite a bit worse than the first month debut of the last Star Wars: Battlefront game.

    Here is the top twenty of all platforms combined.

    Call of Duty: WWII 1 Activision Blizzard 
    Star Wars: Battlefront II 2017 2 Electronic Arts
    Assassin's Creed: Origins 3 Ubisoft
    NBA 2K18 4 Take 2 Interactive 
    Madden NFL 18 5 Electronic Arts
    Super Mario Odyssey** 6 Nintendo
    FIFA 18 7 Electronic Arts
    Need for Speed: Payback 8 Electronic Arts
    Destiny 2 9 Activision Blizzard 
    Pokemon: Ultra Sun** 10 Nintendo
    Pokemon: Ultra Moon** 11 Nintendo
    Middle Earth: Shadow of War 12 Warner Bros. Interactive
    Grand Theft Auto V 13 Take 2 Interactive (Corp)
    The Sims 4 14 Electronic Arts
    The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild** 15 Nintendo
    Mario Kart 8** 16 Nintendo
    Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus** 17 Bethesda Softworks
    South Park: The Fractured But Whole 18 Ubisoft
    WWE 2K18 19 Take 2 Interactive 
    Just Dance 2018 20 Ubisoft


    Items denoted with a ** do not have digital sales counted by the NPD.

    Sonic Forces, Sega's first multiplatform 3D Sonic since Sonic Generations in 2011, only charted on the Nintendo Switch top ten, just ahead of Bethesda's port of Doom. 


    Our Take
    The sales of Call of Duty are actually really crazy. These numbers represent Call of Duty as Activision's biggest title and show the power of the brand. It also seems like Nintendo would have benefited from having a $300 bundle with a game, though the numbers are not anything to sneeze at.

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