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Jelly Deals: GOG's Winter Sale is now on

A note from the editor: Jelly Deals is a deals site launched by our parent company, Gamer Network, with a mission to find the best bargains out there. Look out for the Jelly Deals roundup of reduced-price games and kit every Saturday on Eurogamer. GOG has decided that mid-December was …

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Conan Exiles reveals the big one: a release date

Conan Exiles – the topless and, um, bottomless barbarian survival game by Funcom – will now launch a little later than expected on 8th May 2018. That’s on all three formats: PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4. We had expected it in the first quarter. I stress the PS4 release …

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Is this our next great dystopia?

For me, a humble denizen of the 21st century, I have developed a real interest in the dreariness permeating Earth in 2017. I think a lot more about nukes now for example, which is a fun addition to my usual suspect of bewildering fears. I think a lot about the …

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Stardew Valley's multiplayer beta has been delayed until next year

Stardew Valley’s multiplayer beta has slipped into next year, publisher Chucklefish has announced in a new blog post. When Chucklefish offered first details on the hugely popular village life sim’s long-awaited multiplayer mode back in August, it said that it hoped to begin beta testing the feature on PC at …

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Beyond Good & Evil 2 characters, ships, story detailed

Ubisoft has revealed new characters, spaceships and story details from Beyond Good & Evil 2 in a just-finished livestream. The discussion was led by Beyond Good & Evil creator and creative director Michel Ancel, alongside senior producer Guillaume Brunier and narrative director Gabrielle Shrager. Over the hour-long livestream the team …

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Looks like Assassin's Creed Origins will get a chocobo horse

This month will bring a slew of updates for Assassin’s Creed: Origins, including a new difficulty mode, Horde mode and a big fan-requested feature: enemy scaling. But perhaps most exciting, a “new surprise quest” will also pop up – which looks like Ubisoft and Square Enix’s Final Fantasy and Assassin’s …

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Bungie on why it takes so long to fix Destiny 2

After last night’s blog post on the state of Destiny 2, which detailed improvements due over the next month and touched upon last weekend’s storm of XP controversy, Bungie has now published a podcast with further information on several hot-button topics. Most interesting, I thought, is a discussion of how …

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