Rust Console Edition gets new trailer and closed beta • Eurogamer.net

You can join right now… if you’re lucky.  We’re finally getting a little closer to the release of Rust’s elusive console version, as developers Double Eleven and Facepunch have released a new trailer – and opened up registration for a closed beta. Rust Console Edition – Official Teaser Trailer The trailer itself doesn’t show anything particularly revolutionary – it’s Rust, looking quite nice on console – and we don’t yet have a release date for the final product, but you can put your name in the ring for access to…

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People are glitching twice the number of players into Destiny 2’s raids

By Alex Calvin, Tuesday, 2 March 2021 10:50 GMT Aliens are probably getting their asses kicked by super-sized fireteams. Destiny 2 players have figured out a way to get 12 guardians into PvE activities rather than the regular six. As shown in a video by YouTuber Scrub – and spotted by PCGamer – users can now get double the number of players into a raid or other PvE activity, meaning that they can, um, absolutely destroy whatever foes stand in their way. In order to pull off the glitch, players…

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New sci-fi movies have a warning for simulation theory believers

If a stranger told you the whole world was a fraud and you were living in a computer simulation, would you believe them? Movies don’t often choose their moments, so it’s a happy accident that two films about simulation theory, the notion that the world we believe to be real is actually virtual, dropped on the same day earlier this year. Both Amazon’s sci-fi film Bliss and the documentary A Glitch in the Matrix consider the consequences of actions in a simulated world, and amoral behavior when everything around you…

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Funko Is Releasing An Awesome, Spoiler-Filled Line Of WandaVision Pops

When WandaVision began its weekly run on Disney+, I enjoyed being reunited with two of the Avengers, but didn’t have any idea what I was watching. By the third or fourth episode, it all started to make sense, and it just kept getting better from there. I’m now singing its praises as one of the best shows you can stream; once again cementing my believe that the Marvel Cinematic Universe can do no wrong. Okay, Thor: The Dark World is of a much lower quality than every other MCU film,…

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The Airbus A330-300 soars into Microsoft Flight Simulator for free

As the months continue to tick away since the initial release of Microsoft Flight Simulator, hardcore sim fans continue to wait with bated breath for the build-up of support from the community as it relates to new freeware add-ons and mods. There’s already a decent selection, but what’s lacking sorely is a pool of fresh aircraft. That’s understandable, considering the amount of time and effort it takes to create them, especially for free. But, already there are groups dedicated to providing new birds to the masses for free, and one of…

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The iPhone 13 Could Finally Shrink The Notch, Before Apple Removes It Entirely

The iPhone 13 could finally be reducing the size of Apple’s recognizable notch, with the model in 2022 almost eradicating it entirely. The latest report from Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, via The Verge, details plans for Apple’s 2021 devices and the small changes they will introduce. Despite poor sales, Apple seems confident sticking with another iPhone mini, which will benefit from a slightly smaller notch along with the rest of the iPhone 13 line. The Pro models of the range will also reportedly be upgraded with 120 fps displays, something…

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Elden Ring footage quietly leaked several weeks ago

A string of Elden Ring whispers and a report detailing leaked gameplay footage point to an impending reveal of new information on the under-wraps FromSoftware and George R.R. Martin collaboration. The industry chatter has served to reassure some fans concerned by the fact they had not heard anything more of the project since its announcement at E3 in June 2019. Elden Ring’s official announcement trailer from E3 2019. Over the weekend, Venturebeat’s Jeff Grubb, speaking on the GamesBeat Decides podcast said that fans would not have to wait long for…

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Final Fantasy 7 Remake Part 2 will take full advantage of PS5

Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade will look, run and play better on PS5, but you’ll have to wait for the sequel to really take full advantage of the hardware. Since the moment it was announced, Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade felt like a decent, if predictable upgrade. It ramps up effects quality, offers framerate and visuals modes, brings sharper textures and so on. The game even takes advantage of the DualSense controller’s adaptive triggers – all standard fare for a PS5 upgrade, as we’ve seen in most other last-gen games…

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From Nomadland to Borat, here are the winners of the 2021 Golden Globes

It was an unusually troubled year for the Hollywood Foreign Press Association’s annual Golden Globe Awards, and co-hosts Tina Fey and Amy Poehler admitted it up front. Presenting the show remotely from separate coasts — Fey was in New York City’s Rainbow Room, while Poehler was broadcasting from California’s Beverly Hilton — they joked about some of the year’s bigger Golden Globes mini-scandals in their opening. Among this year’s issues: The nomination for Sia’s movie Music provoked some anger because the film had already been heavily criticized for its insensitive…

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Fortnite And DC Collide Again For New Crossover Comic Series

Fortnite and DC Comics have crossed over in the past, including giving players a chance to live out those fantasies of becoming key icons like the Joker, Cat Woman, and Batman himself, but now the two universes will meet again for a new adventure: a new comic series. The latest Fortnite x DC crossover is a new Batman comic series that will feature the battle royale title in an entirely different way.  While a crossover in itself isn’t at all surprising (seriously, the list of mashups is almost too long…

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