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Rainbow Six Siege + Netflix’s Money Heist Will Be Free-to-Play This Coming Weekend

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  • Rainbow Six Siege + Netflix’s Money Heist

Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege is an online tactical shooter video game developed by Ubisoft Montreal and published by Ubisoft. It was released worldwide for PS4, Xbox One and PC. The franchise puts heavy emphasis on environmental destruction and cooperation between players.
Rainbow Six Siege’s latest limited-time event kicks off today, and this one’s a bit of an unexpected crossover wit the Netflix series La Casa De Papel (or Money Heist in the English-speaking world). Money Heist is the ultra-detailed account of the planning and execution of a hostage taking and robbery at the Royal Mint of Spain in Madrid. So, as you would expect, the Money Heist event revolves around a hostage scenario in Siege’s Bank level. Before I continue let's quickly have a look at the trailer below.

Here are few more details about the event below

Rules of the Heist
The Casa De Papel event is a classic Hostage match, where Attackers and Defenders must fight over a Hostage dressed in the series’ iconic mask and red jumpsuit. Hibana and Vigil are also equipped with the same look, should you pick them to play with.

The Bundles

A full set of four items for both Hibana and Vigil will become available for purchase in the shop during the event and will be there for approximately a year. Hibana’s Heist Bundle contains the Red Jumpsuit uniform, Emboldened headgear, Tokyo charm and Regal Mint weapon skin for the TYPE-89. Vigil’s Accomplice Bundle includes the Red Jumpsuit uniform, Nameless headgear, The Surrealist charm and Fresh Paper weapon skin for the K1A.
Rainbow Six Siege will also be free-to-play this coming weekend (November 21 to 24). Those who try the game out will get access to all its content, and if you want to permanently add the game to your collection, it will be 70 percent off for the weekend. The Money Heist event runs from November 20 to November 25.

Borderlands 3 Runs Perfectly On Google Stadia; That Shocked The Game Producer

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  • Borderlands 3 Runs Perfectly On Google Stadia; That Amazed The Game Producer
  • Borderlands 3 On Google Stadia

Borderlands 3 running smoothly on Google Stadia, is what got the game producer dumbfounded. Although, the franchise is won't be a launch title for Google Stadia.
The record setting action role-playing first-person shooter video game developed by Gearbox Software and published by 2K Games, is expected to be available very soon on Stadia.

In An Interview The Borderlands 3 Producer (Randy Varnell) Was Shocked How Smoothly The Game Runs On Google Stadia (Read The Interview Below)

  • Austin Malcolm: Yeah, we've been working on that. We're shooting for the 19th, the launch day, we're shooting for that. But we want to kind of fine-tune it, just make sure everything's kind of perfect. So it might just be a few days after that. If Borderlands 3 is not a launch title, it's going to be a near-launch title.
  • Randy Varnell: I have played Borderlands 3 running on Google Stadia. I was on a mobile phone with a controller attached to it. I was actually shocked at how smooth it was. You know, of course, it requires a pretty smoking Internet connection to be sure that everything is cool and all that, but [it's a] surprisingly good port of the game. So I'm excited to see where that goes, it's unexplored territory. No one knows what's going to happen there. And I think, we were talking about this on the plane the other day, I think it's got a lot of potential for the future.
Have you played the game yet? Are you eager to play more Borderlands? By all means, dig in, but you might find you’ve had your fill sooner than you expected. Borderlands 3 features bazillions of guns, courtesy of the same reputable manufacturers that Vault Hunters like you have been trusting to tool them up since forever. 
Borderlands is available for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Google Stadia and PC.

Merlin: The Epic Series Is Departing From Netflix This Christmas

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  • Merlin: The Epic Series Is Departing From Netflix This December
  • Merlin Is Leaving Netflix In The U.S December 2019

Merlin (Welsh: Myrddin) is a legendary figure best known as an enchanter or wizard featured in Arthurian legend and medieval Welsh poetry. The epic series ran on the BBC from 2008 to 2012. It stars Colin Morgan alongside Bradley James, Richard Wilson, Angel Coulby, Katie McGrath, Anthony Head, and many other top British talents.
The series follows the young sorcerer who is destined to become a great one and finds himself as a young servant to Prince Arthur. We're here today to sound off this sad news that you have this Christmas eve to watch the Camelot fantasy once more, you have just a month to binge watch all five seasons before they depart. 

Why is Merlin leaving Netflix?
The BBC is taking steps to remove the majority of its library from Netflix as contracts apostasy. Co-productions tend to stick around a bit longer but in general, BBC is letting all their current contracts with Netflix to expire. They have a vested interested in Britbox which is where most of these titles end up.

Is Merlin Leaving Netflix In All Region?

Only Netflix in the United States is currently scheduled to lose Merlin at the present time. That’s become the case with a lot of BBC titles over the course of 2019. We’ve seen Luther removed at the beginning of the year, a catalogue of other BBC titles and in December, BBC’s most popular anticipated, will be departing too.
Related: Is The Vampire Diaries Leaving Netflix?

Where will U.S. Merlin Fans Stream The Series After It Departs From Netflix?
Leaving the Netflix doesn't mean you can't see it anywhere else. You can watch Merlin for free on The Roku Channel and Tubi too. Amazon Prime still carries the series for now but eventually, we expect Merlin to either head to AcornTV or Britbox. Will you miss the Epic Series when it departs in the United States? Tell us in the comments below.

AMD Ryzen CPUs Outsells Intel Core CPUs in DIY South Korean Markets

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  • AMD Ryzen CPUs Outsells Intel Core CPUs in DIY South Korean Markets
  • AMD Ryzen & Intel CPUs DIY South Korean Markets Records 

AMD is totally unstoppable with their Ryzen processors, they keeps dominating more than Intel Core processors in the Korean DIY market. As reported by ShopDana, AMD Ryzen processors hit 53% total CPU market share versus Intel's 47% in South Korea.
This is not the first time though, previously AMD Ryzen processors was said outselling Intel Core processors for the first time in history. What made it more interesting right now is that AMD has taken the lead to another level with some margins.
For October, AMD's CPU market share in South Korea climbed to 53% from 51% in September. The Intel CPU market share fell from 49% in September to 47% in October. 47% is the lowest market share number which Intel has hit in recent history before Ryzen 3000 series was introduced. Prior to the release of AMD's Zen 2 core processors, Intel was enjoying a steady 60% average market share but issues with their 14nm supply and losing the competitive edge in the ongoing core wars and little to no IPC gains has led to their demise in the South Korean DIY market.

According to CPU Benchmark, AMD Ryzen processors had a share of 30.3% while Intel Core CPUs had a share of 69.7% for Q4 2019 (data compiled up till 16th November. Tell us how you feel about this in the comments section below.

In addition, here is the latest figures from Dean McCarron at Mercury Research via Tomshardware. This being an independent CPU market analyst firm, they has been sharing market share reports for AMD and Intel CPUs for a while now. According to the latest data, the AMD desktop CPU market share stands at 18% in Q3 2019 compared to 17.1% in Q2 2019. This is a 0.9% increase from the previous quarter and a 5% increase from the previous year.

Kingdom Hearts 3 Update Version 1.06 PS4 & Xbox One Full Patch Notes

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  • Kingdom Hearts 3 Update Version 1.06 PS4 & Xbox One Full Patch Notes
  • Kingdom Hearts 3 Update Version 1.06 Patch Notes

Kingdom Hearts III is a 2019 action role-playing game developed and published by Square Enix for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. It is the twelfth installment in the Kingdom Hearts series, and serves as a conclusion of the "Dark Seeker saga" plot arc beginning with the original game.
Kingdom Hearts 3 update version 1.06 is available now for PS4 and Xbox One. It was released along Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 update. Here are the patch notes. Kingdom Hearts series is coming in full to the Xbox One as revealed by Microsoft and Square Enix during X019 London.
Fans can now experience the complete Kingdom Hearts saga on a single platform when the earlier games launch for the Xbox One in 2020. Previously, they were only able to play through Kingdom Hearts 3. A new patch was released for Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 and Kingdom Hearts 3. Here are the patch notes for the Kingdom Hearts 3 update.

Related: Kingdom Hearts III How To Find All Flantastic Seven Locations

Kingdom Hearts 3 Update Version 1.06 PS4 & Xbox One Full Patch Notes

  • Version 1.01
  • Added Memory Archive to the title screen
  • Fixed various issues
  • Version 1.02
  • Added new cutscene: Epilogue
  • Version 1.03
  • Added new cutscene: Secret Movie
  • Version 1.04
  • A new game mode (Critical Mode) with new abilities has been added.
  • Some enemy mechanics have been adjusted.
  • Treasures obtained in the Frozen Slider minigame now appear in the Summary screen and can also be viewed in the
  • Gummiphone.
  • A check mark now appears next to items in the Workshop menu that have already been synthesized.
  • New Game Help text and other various messages have been added.
  • Various issues have been fixed.
  • New save data will be created upon installing this version.
  • Version 1.05
  • Keyblades and other elements from clear data can now be carried over when selecting New Game to replay the game.
  • A maximum of 200 photos can now be saved.
  • Various issues have been fixed.
  • Version 1.06
  • Title Menu has been updated.
  • Various issues have been fixed.
Kingdom Hearst 3 is globally available for PS4 and Xbox One.

Jump Force Will Add Madara Uchiha and Toshiro Hitsugaya DLC Tomorrow

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  • Jump Force Madara Uchiha and Toshiro Hitsugaya DLC 

Jump Force is a crossover fighting game developed by Spike Chunsoft and published by Bandai Namco Entertainment featuring characters from various manga series featured in Shueisha's Weekly Shōnen Jump anthology in celebration of the magazine's 50th anniversary.
Two DLC characters will enter the world of Jump Force this week. Both Madara Uchiha and Toshiro Hitsugaya are slated to go live tomorrow (November 15th) for Character Pass owners. Fans will be able to purchase the two characters separately next week on Tuesday, November 19th.
Accompanying the DLC’s release date news is a trailer, showing Madara Uchiha and Toshiro Hitsugaya in action in Jump Force. Check it out in the following video:
The pair of new fighters serve as interesting additions to the crossover fighting title. Madara Uchiha is of Naruto fame, having been integral to both the manga series and anime. The Uchiha Clan leader has also appeared in Naruto games. Toshiro Hitsugaya, meanwhile, is a character from the beloved Bleach manga and anime. Toshiro’s video game appearances are many, and will undoutedbly continue on past his stint as a Jump Force DLC character.
Thus far, Jump Force’s Characters Pass, minus Madara Uchiha Toshiro Hitsugaya, has introduced five DLC characters to the mix. They include Yu-Gi-Oh! antagonist Seto Kaiba, My Hero Academia’s All Might, Biscuit Krueger from Hunter x Hunter, Dragon Ball Z’s Majin Buu, and My Hero Academia protagonist Katsuki Bakugo.

Bandai Namco has plans to unleash at least two more fighters for the Character Pass. Bleach’s Grimmjow Jaegerjaquez serves as one, while Trafalgar Law, the infamous pirate from One Piece, will be the other.

Yakuza: Like a Dragon’s Latest Trailer Shows The Return Of Kazuma Kiryu

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  • Yakuza: Like a Dragon’s Trailer Kazuma Kiryu Return

The new series, Yakuza: Like a Dragon, introduces a new protagonist, Ichiban Kasuga. It’s a big departure for the franchise, but most fans have begrudgingly got used to the idea that Kiryu is go…wait, what’s that? Is that Kazuma Kiryu? Well, never mind then!
Yes, the latest (10 minute!) Yakuza: Like a Dragon trailer drops a surprise Kiryu appearance in its final seconds. We don’t know what role Kiryu plays in Like a Dragon – will he be a big part of the game? Or perhaps just show up in a cameo or flashback? The trailer seems to be tease you may have to fight him, which is certainly an intimidating prospect. Check out the trailer (which is only in Japanese for now) below.
Also the new protagonist, it also relocates the action to a new city (Yokohama) and introduces a new turn-based fighting system. Here’s the official description of the game.
Yakuza: Like a Dragon introduces a new protagonist for the first time since the series' inception over a decade ago - Ichiban Kasuga, a low-level yakuza member looking to prove his worth, and follows him and his motley crew of unlikely allies as they attempt to rise from rags to riches in this modern human drama.
Yakuza: Like a Dragon is much more than just a new chapter in the Yakuza series. Much like the new English title itself, Yakuza: Like a Dragon is a complete reimagining of the franchise, a landmark to coincide with the series' 15th anniversary. With the bulk of the game taking place in the large-scale, painstakingly-realized setting of Ijincho in Yokohama, players will explore an entirely new side of Japan never-before-seen in the series. Not only that, but Yakuza: Like a Dragon's combat system has undergone a major overhaul, combining Yakuza's established brawling action with a turn-based RPG battle system.

Some Gamers On Twitch Reportedly Been Modifying Pokemon Sword/Shield; The Look Sucks

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  • Some Gamers On Twitch Reportedly Been Modifying Pokemon Sword/Shield; The Look Sucks
  • Players Reportedly Been Modifying Pokemon Sword/Shield; The Look Sucks

Some players reportedly been modifying Pokemon Sword/Shield which the look sucks.
According to a Nintenderos report, several players streaming the game have been caught modifying the game on purpose to make it look and perform worse. These modifications reportedly affect the graphics, animations, and the stability of the game.
Thus, it has been advised that users wait till November 15, 2019 to see the real gameplay on their Nintendo Switch, as it is now difficult to verify which videos are authentic, and which are genuine. You can have a look at some clips link below.

If you look at the clip, the player in question has their game softlock during a battle but its evident earlier in the stream that they’ve been modifying the game to have 999 of various items and to allow for more than one item to be used in a row.

Of course, this doesn’t necessarily refute all the footage we’ve seen from the leaks so far as these hackers appear to be a small subset.

See This Fan Made Nintendo Switch Lite With Animal Crossing: New Horizon Skin

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  • See This Fan Made Nintendo Switch Lite With Animal Crossing: New Horizon Skin
  • Fan Made Nintendo Switch Lite With Animal Crossing: New Horizon Skin

Animal Crossing: New Horizons is an upcoming life simulation video game developed and published by Nintendo for the Nintendo Switch video game console, scheduled for worldwide release on March 20, 2020. It is the fifth main series title in the Animal Crossing series.
Lately, fans of Animal Crossing have shared their fan art imagining how a potential Nintendo Switch Lite Animal Crossing: New Horizons Edition could look like.
Here’s a pretty simple design that features white sticks, dark green buttons, and a yellow base:
This design is more colorful and features various patterns from the Animal Crossing series

Another design that is a combination of both designs above

To Avoid Spoiler There Won't Be Early Trial Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order For EA Access Members

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  • To Avoid Spoiler There Won't Be Early Trial Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order For EA Access Members
  • Early Trial Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order

Obviously, there won't be an early trial for Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order adventure. Precisely, this decision stems from a desire to keep the risk of spoilers surfacing online at a minimum. 
To hit the hammer straight to the nail, EA Access members will instead receive “exclusive cosmetics” for Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. EA publicly announced the news via a Twitter post on EA Access’ official account. Check out the tweet in question below:

Because EA Access’ early trial offers players a 10-hour experience, this updates doesn’t come as too much of a shock. At present, the length of Fallen Order’s story campaign remains under wraps. Therefore, it stands to reason spoiler concerns were not the only reason for the Early Access trial’s being pulled. Perhaps a 10-hour trial would dive too much into the game’s staggering experience ahead of the wider release.
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order will hit the shelves on November 15th for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.

Minecraft Earth Early Access Is Now Available In The US

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  • Minecraft Earth Early Access Is Now Available In The US
  • Minecraft Earth

Minecraft Earth, gives the United States access to the early access title. The beta program ongoing now is limited (only for few users).
Today, the title is set to release for a much wider audience. Minecraft Earth is officially available in early access in the US, and it's now clear that the game is free-to-play, as announced by the official Minecraft Earth Twitter handle.

The US is the tenth country to join in on the early access testing phase of the game following the United Kingdom, Canada, South Korea, the Philippines, Sweden, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand, and Iceland. Developer Mojang says that more regions should be added soon, but there are no dates specified. 
Minecraft Earth will be similar to Pokémon Go in many ways. The game will let players go out into the real world to find ‘tapables’ and collect the resources needed to build things. You can download Minecraft Earth using this Play Store link.

Here's Stadia's Launch Game Lineup Coming This Month

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  • Here's Stadia's Launch Game Lineup In 2019
  • Google Stadia's Launch Game Lineups

Google published yesterday what games will be playable through Stadia starting Tuesday, November 19th. For folks waiting for RockStar wild west open world franchise, is among the title releasing on 19th. The twelve hot titles, the company also previewing an additional 14 that will be “available by the end of the year.”
Google shared what’s coming later in November and December, though it warns “Dates subject to change.” (update: Football Manager 2020 might also be a launch title)

Attack on Titan 2: Final Battle
Farming Simulator 19
Football Manager 2020
NBA 2K20
Trials Rising
Wolfenstein: Youngblood
In addition, here are more titles that are coming next year include Doom: Eternal, WatchDogs: Legion, Gods & Monsters, and Cyberpunk 2077.

Thinking Of Playing Kojima's Death Stranding On Your Android? Here's How

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  • How to Play Death Stranding on Android Using PS4 Remote Play
  • Download PS4 Remote Play for Android to Play Death Stranding on your phone

The PS4 Remote Play app on a mobile platforms, Sony knows why they made it possible, every actions taken have some reasons. Obviously, the prospect of playing graphics-heavy console titles on a tiny screen might not appeal to everyone, but over a million people downloaded it off the Play Store.
Seriously, I don't like the technique, this looks like playing a Gameboy game or Temple run in Android, precisely, I wouldn't recommend this for any game as the controls are awkward and you won't get far in your mission with it (unless you connect your actual controller to the phone, keep in mind that some Android phones ain't compatible with external Controllers.)
How to Play Death Stranding on Android Using PS4 Remote Play: (Download PS4 Remote Play for Android to Play Death Stranding on your phone)

Step 1: Download the PS4 Remote Play app from the Google Play Store.

Step 2: Enable Remote Play from your PS4, by heading over to Settings > Remote Play Connection Settings > select checkbox for Enable Remote Play.
Step 3: Once you open the PS4 Remote Play app, sign in with your PSN account.
Step 4: Now the app will try to find your PS4 automatically. It may take some time, and if it fails, you need to manually add your device. To do that, head over to Settings > Remote Play Connection Settings> Add Device on your PS4. You'll be shown an eight-digit code that you will need to enter on your phone.

Step 5: Once the app accepts the code, you'll be directed to your PS4 main menu. Use the on-screen buttons to navigate through the menus and you're set.
In addition, this looks more weird that it doesn't allow screenshots or screen recordings of any kind. And all of your gameplay experience will be dictated by the quality of your internet connection and home network equipment. Nothing more to add, however if you've a PS4 you don't need to give this a try, unless you spend much time far from where your console is.
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