The developers behind of the popular driving game Burnout have revealed that they have started working on a new driving game. Burnout director Alex Ward confirmed via Twitter today that a new driving game is now in the pipeline. Naturally, the news got a lot of positive response from fans who have been waiting for something from this team for quite some time now.
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Fatshark is bringing its popular PC game to high-end consoles. It has confirmed that Warhammer: End Times – Vermintide, the game which sold more than 500,000 copies on PC alone, is going to be released for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One this October. The Skaven-infested game proved to be very popular with PC gamers and Fatshark will be hoping that the momentum carries over to the consoles as well.
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Sega today sent out a press release confirming when PlayStation 4-exclusive Yakuza 0 is going to be released in North America and Europe. The game is going to be released in both digital and physical forms across the regions. Yakuza 0 goes through the origin stories of Kazuma Kiryu, the rising Dragon of Dojima, and Goro Majima, before he becomes famous as the Mad Dog of Shimano.
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Sony has just announced the lineup of free games that will be available for PlayStation Plus members in the coming months. It says that this month, it’s looking to satisfy the inner space pirate of PlayStation Plus members. The PlayStation Plus free games for August 2016 include some interesting titles that are bound to be a lot of fun to play.
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A couple of No Man’s Sky trailers have already been released to give us a preview of the massive worlds of this game. The latest shows us that as we admire those worlds, we might find it hard to survive in them. The latest No Man’s Sky is all about how players will find it to survive in the massive worlds of this game, it gives us a sense of the challenges that we can expect once we get our hands on this game.
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Apple continues to expand its retail presence in more countries across the globe. The company is now looking at Mexico and Singapore for further expanding its retail business. Apple CEO Tim Cook did reveal early this year that the company was looking to open up a shop in the country, it’s believed to be constructing one on the upper level of Centro Santa Fe, which happens to be the biggest shopping mall in Latin America.
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Microsoft has been criticized quite a bit for its aggressive push of the free Windows 10 upgrade and there has been talk of legal action as well. The company was sued by a woman in California last month who ended up settling with Microsoft for a fair bit of money. The company has now been hit with more lawsuits over the same issue in the United States and both of them are seeking class action status.
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Electric cars are going to be a big part of our future and Daimler for one isn’t going to let Tesla have all the fun. The conglomerate’s Mercedes-Benz today introduced the first fully electric transport truck. in Stuttgart. It’s called the Mercedes-Benz Urban eTruck and it has a total admissible weight capacity of 29 U.S. tons making it the first clean energy rig of its kind.
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Here Maps – which started out as a Nokia division – is making a big change today. The team has rebranded the app from HERE Maps to HERE WeGo and also introduced a major redesign as well as improvements to the overall functionality. These changes have been made to further improve the mapping experience for people who use the app to go from one point to another.
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The Nextbit Robin started out as a Kickstart campaign and it went through all of the different processes to become a proper product. Now it’s sold across the globe and has generally been well received. Ever since it was launched the handset has been available in Midnight and Mint colors. Today, Nextbit has announced that it’s going to start selling the Robin in fiery Ember for $299.
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