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Valheim update fixes world destroyer bug, makes bosses harder • Eurogamer.net

Valheim update fixes world destroyer bug, makes bosses harder

Although it sounds a little like the Norse idea of Ragnarök, shortly after Valheim’s launch some players discovered a serious “world-destroyer” bug that could reset your progress – a problem that was very much not intended. Thankfully, developer Iron Gate Studio has today rolled out a patch to address that, so now the main bug …

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Black Ops Cold War players have worked out a way to play Outbreak early • Eurogamer.net

Black Ops Cold War players have worked out a way to play Outbreak early

Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War players have worked out a way to play Outbreak early. Outbreak, a hotly-anticipated large-scale Zombies mode for up to four players, isn’t supposed to go live until the launch of Season Two tomorrow at 6pm UK time, Thursday 25th February. But it is playable now – after downloading …

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Football Manager 2021's big winter update has arrived • Eurogamer.net

Football Manager 2021’s big winter update has arrived

Football Manager 2021’s Main Winter Update is here, bringing the usual mid-season changes to player and staff attributes, updated squads after the main January transfer windows, and a cluster of smaller improvements under the hood. The headline of course is the squad and attributes update, which shifts any players that might have made the switch …

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A Long Journey To An Uncertain End is an intriguing space opera with a touch of tabletop • Eurogamer.net

A Long Journey To An Uncertain End is an intriguing space opera with a touch of tabletop

A narrative management space opera. That’s almost as much of a mouthful as the game’s title, but it’s the way developer crispy creative describes its game A Long Journey To An Uncertain End, currently running a Kickstarter campaign until March 4. (There’s a demo on Steam here.) A Long Journey to an Uncertain End Developer: …

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Warzone players have some interesting theories about the future of the map • Eurogamer.net

Warzone players have some interesting theories about the future of the map

Activision continues to tease some sort of change to Call of Duty: Warzone’s main map, this time with the impending arrival of a boat. This week, Activision said Verdansk will get a number of points of interest to either discover or explore as part of Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War and Warzone Season …

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Crusader Kings 2 gets monthly subscription offering all-access to its mountain of DLC • Eurogamer.net

Crusader Kings 2 gets monthly subscription offering all-access to its mountain of DLC

Paradox exploring model for other titles too. Crusader Kings 2, Paradox’s mammoth grand strategy game, is a beast, totalling more than 13 major expansions and other assorted DLC after six years in development. The complete experience is also prohibitively expensive too, weighing in at over £200, and that’s an issue Paradox is hoping to solve with …

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Valve bans developer who sneakily named his company Very Positive on Steam • Eurogamer.net

Valve bans developer who sneakily named his company Very Positive on Steam

Booted for “review manipulations”. A developer has been booted off Steam after brazenly attempting to trick users into buying its games by naming its company Very Positive. You can probably see where this is going already, but look at a game’s Steam page and you’ll see several prominent fields in the info panel to the right. …

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Wandersong dev's Chicory now bringing its cute dogs and magic brushes to PS4 and PS5 • Eurogamer.net

Wandersong dev’s Chicory now bringing its cute dogs and magic brushes to PS4 and PS5

Alongside previously announced PC verison. Chicory: A Colourful Tale, publisher Finji’s delightful game of magic paintbrushes and adorable dogs, is now heading to PS4 and PS5 alongside its previously announced PC release. Chicory is the brainchild of Wandersong developer Greg Lobanov and features music from Celeste composer Lena Raine. It charts the adventures of the aforementioned …

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