Author: Alex Kirton

Creator of Gamerficial, not a journalist by any means. Have worked on GamingBible and Gamers On Board in the past. Tweet at me about my spelling and grammar mistakes.

Paid XP boosts were added to Marvel’s Avengers recently and was met with heavy criticism from the few fans that play the game. The developers , Crystal Dynamics had originally promised fans that they wouldn’t be adding any pay-to-win or pay-to-progress content to the store, and that anything purchased with real money would be cosmetic only, The decision has now been reversed and an apology has been issued. Hero Crystals and Fragment Extractors enabled users to progress through the skill tree faster than normal, fans argued that this was pay-to-win, something which Crystal Dynamics overlooked. Following the pushback from fans,…

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The new Warzone map Caldera hasn’t even released yet, but players are already looking at what Call of Duty 2022 will bring in terms of new content for Warzone. Next years release is rumoured to be Modern Warfare 2, a sequel to Modern Warfare 2019. Much has changed about Call of Duty since the original Modern Warfare 2 released way back in 2009, most notably is the addition of the battle royale title Warzone. Now a new report suggests that Modern Warfare 2 2022 will bring a new map to Warzone and it will make veteran Call of Duty players…

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Saber Interactive, the publisher behind games like Killing Floor 2 and World War Z have announced that a single-player, story-driven, survival game based on the movie A Quiet Place is in development, and is expected to launch in 2022. It will be developed by iLLOGIKA and EP1T0ME. “This first official video game set in the terrifying A Quiet Place universe will deliver an original story and gameplay that captures the compelling suspense, emotion and drama for which the series is famous,” Saber Interactive says. “The game is in development by iLLOGIKA, the Montreal-based studio with veteran talent from the Rainbow Six and Far Cry franchises, and published…

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Russian based studio Fntastic have announced their open world MMO The Day Before. The game is set in a deadly, post-apocalyptic America filled with flesh-eating infected and hostile survivors, killing each other for supplies, weapons, and vehicles. The studio were founded in 2015 and previously released the story-driven, adventure game Radiant One, a multiplayer action horror game Dead Dozen, and The Wild Eight, an open-world game about surviving in the frozen wilderness of Alaska. Gameplay looks to take inspiration from The Last of Us, Days Gone, and The Division. Set in a “post-pandemic” USA, although not based on COVID-19. The…

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As Saints Row slowly gets ready for it’s release February 2022, developer Volition has shown off several fan favourite features from the original games, including the ragdoll mini-game “Insurance Fraud” and the Let’s Pretend stores. They also revealed the Santo Ileso map. The first time we got an Insurance Fraud mission was all the way back in 2006 with the original Saints Row game. The idea behind the game is that you throw your character into traffic bouncing off cars like a pinball to create as much damage as possible and gaining points for it. Insurance Fraud is a silly…

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The remastered version of Rockstar’s GTA 3 will be available as part on Sony’s PS Now subscription from December 7. GTA 3 is one of the three games releasing with the new GTA: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition but it’s worth noting that the other two games, Vice City and San Andreas will not be included on PS Now. For now, it looks like this will also be the PS4 version of the game and not the PS5 edition, even for players on the current-gen console. Two of the three games will be made available for free, San Andreas…

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Rockstar appear to have removed the confederate flag from GTA Vice City in the Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – Definitive Edition. The collection will include GTA 3, GTA Vice City, and GTA San Andreas. All three of the game will remain mostly the same, but with some heavy updates to lighting, draw distance and graphics. One fan on the GTA subreddit noticed something very unusual about one of the characters in the trailer, GTA Vice City character Phil Cassidy can be spotted wearing a new shirt, The shirt now has a skull on it rather than the Confederate flag…

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Xbox gamers who can’t wait to play the remake of GTA: San Andreas will be excited to know that the game will be available on day one for Game Pass subscribers. The game will be made available on November 11. The remake is currently showing on the Microsoft Store and is available to pre-install on Xbox One, Xbox Series x and Xbox Series S, it will take up 27GB of storage space. However, this will only be one of the three games releasing on November 11, with GTA 3 and GTA: Vice City being available to purchase as part of…

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Rockstar Games finally give fans a look at what they can expect from the GTA: Trilogy Definitive Edition which includes GTA 3, Vice City, and San Andreas, but fans can’t make up their minds about the games’ new visuals. All three games are keeping their original style but with them being slightly upgraded for the next-gen consoles, gameplay changes have also been implemented including a new ‘checkpoint’ system and a weapon wheel straight from Grand Theft Auto V. Despite the new upgrades, the reaction from fans has been very mixed with some fans praising the new look and other expecting…

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Deep Silver have been very keen to show off gameplay footage from the new Saints Row Reboot even thought the game won’t be releasing for another few months. We now have a look at some of the games opening missions thanks to a new video from Game Informer. It wasn’t long ago that Deep Silver gave us our first look at the open-world gameplay we can expect to see in Saints Row, a video which had fans split right down the middle. Complaints came in thick and fast bout how the world looks empty and “abandoned”. The same complaints are…

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