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.

Finally after having been announced back in 2019 there has been a release window for the popular survival game revealed. Fans have been waiting eagerly for the release of the console edition of Rust, the popular survival game was initially announced back in 2019. News about the upcoming console version of the title seemed to die down since then with fans not hearing any further information on when they could expect the pending release. https://videopress.com/v/1N3NulRr?preloadContent=metadata Read More: Battlefield 6 is ‘Ripping Off’ Modern Warfare New Rumour Suggests However, a recent rating on the Entertainment Software Rating Board has suggested that…

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It’s probably the best unboxing of a PlayStation 5 you’ll ever see, 24k gold plates and a price tag of £8000 – YouTuber Miniminter just flexed on us all. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rvcHg9qN6nA&t=183s Finding a store with any stock of PlayStation 5s can be a mammoth task right now, thanks to delays caused by the pandemic, parts shortages and even Brexit. Now add scalpers to the mix and you’ve got a situation so dire on your hands that even the UK Government have got involved to help out. But what if we told you there might be an answer to help you fill…

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Grand Theft Auto RP streamer Whippy has changed his life forever thanks to a ride in viewership which allowed him the freedom to move out of a literal shed and into a house of his own. The GTA RP community gathered to commemorate a streamer who passed away. Image credit: JoshOG The streamer has been playing alongside some massive Twitch streamers like xQc, and even seen his stream raided by Sykunno. This caused his viewership to double as fans tune in to see what his character Dundee is up to. Read More: Warzone Locations VS Their Real Life Counterparts Whippy…

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DICE’s next game could be taking heavy influence from 2019’s Call of Duty: Modern Warfare according to the most recent Battlefield 6 rumour. DICE/Electronic Arts Battlefield rumours are coming in thick and fast that past few weeks, players have been learning a lot about the game from third party sources and leaks. From the game having almost fully destructible maps, to a possible World War 3 setting, and games having a player count of 128 players. The next Battlefield is sure to be groundbreaking, literally. Aside from them both being First-person shooter games, Battlefield and Call of Duty have almost…

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What happens when you get four of the most skilled Warzone players into the same squad? They break the world record for the ‘most kills in a quads game’ of course, and that’s exactly what happened on March 5 when Aydan and his squad teamed up for a game of Warzone. Now the quad are facing criticism online for the true skill of the lobby they were playing in. It was only 3 days ago that Aydan, Almond, Newbz, and ScummN set the record, with 162 total kills between them they absolutely shattered the world record. The team managed to…

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Aliens: Fireteam is an upcoming third-person shooter by Cold Iron Studios that will release this Summer. Aliens: Fireteam Credit: Cold Iron Studios The game is set in the year 2022. 23 years after the Alien Trilogy. Aliens: Fireteam won’t take the players back to any locations they’ve visited in the previous games or films, and it won’t include any of the characters from them either. Cold Iron Studios are starting with a clean slate for this one. You play as a newly hired marine. The character creator will let you select from one of five classes (demolisher, technician, gunner, recon,…

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Sony Interactive Entertainment have just confirmed some pretty big details on the next project its working on. The news comes from the companies London Studio where they made a post on their website confirming that the studio now has two new co-heads. Tara Saunders and Stuart Whyte, the pair have been with the company since 2017. Their main goal as studio heads is to drive forward the London Studio with at last one in-development title that has “huge potential”. Credit: Sony “I want us to dream big and realise our full potential,” Saunders explained in response to a question about…

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Fans of Call Of Duty Black Ops Cold War will know just how annoying the Flak Jacket perk can be, even in the Hardcore game modes. Flak Jacket has made an appearance in many Call Of Duty games. There has been a whole host of updates since November to address certain issues with Cold War, weapon buffs and nerfs, perks have been tweaked and balance changes have been made to game modes like search and destroy. Now Treyarch have another player complaint to contend with, this time it’s the Flak Jacket perk that they aren’t happy with. Players are complaining…

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Modern Warfare doesn’t have it’s won zombies mode, but according to one of the lead developers it was going to before the idea was canned. Zombies were always reserved for the Call Of Duty games made by Treyarch, it started back in 2008 with World at War and continued through all of the Black Ops games thanks to the great reception from the community. As the mode became more and more popular, it started getting introduced into games from other developers, until eventually it was decided to keep the mode in the whole franchise. Something different happened with Modern Warfare…

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The parent company of Rockstar Games and many others, believe that player are ready and willing to pay $70 for their games. Rockstar Games Take-Two are still making a killing with Grand Theft Auto: Online, for a while now it has been the most profitable entertainment product of all time. Strauss Zelnick, Take-Two CEO doesn’t think he’s drained us of enough money just yet. Speaking at a Morgan Stanley conference Zelnick hinted that he believes us gamers are now willing to spend $70 on AAA games, a $10 price increase. Take-Two are the parent company of Rockstar Games and 2K…

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