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8 changes to the Dark Zone in The Division 2?

Similarly to The Division 1, the Dark Zone plays one of the most important parts of the endgame in the second part of the franchise. In this area, PvP and PvE elements are mixed, players can fight against NPC enemies and search for equipment, or hunt down other players and steal their finds. For The Division 2, however, developer Massive has made some changes to make the Dark Zone more interesting and as fair to as many players as possible.

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8 changes to the Dark Zone in The Division 2?

A light RPG approach for Far Cry New Dawn

The latest release in the Far Cry franchise, Far Cry New Dawn takes place 17 years after the events of Far Cry 5 and is supposedly updating the game's core mechanics by adding RPG elements - which is a first for the series.

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A light RPG approach for Far Cry New Dawn

Rage 2 - Welcome the Post-Post-Apocalypse!

Rage 2 plays about 30 years after the first part and the developers themselves describe the setting of the game as post-post-apocalyptic, which means that the world of Rage has changed. As a reminder: About 120 years before the first part, the earth was devastated by an asteroid, the majority of mankind passed away - only a dreary wasteland left behind, in which the scattered remnants of civilization gathered together. New settlements and factions emerged,

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Rage 2 - Welcome the Post-Post-Apocalypse!
Far away from tunnels - Metro: Exodus

A comeback with turbulence: Ace Combat 7

The hangar remained closed for 12 long years and time since the announcement of Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown has also already passed. It looks like the developers at Project Aces aren't rushing themselves, which also raises expectations.

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A comeback with turbulence: Ace Combat 7

Netflix for Games: Amazon on cloud gaming

There are signs that Amazon may want to offer game streaming as early as 2020. In the future, first-class games will be able to be played by anyone who has a smartphone or other streaming-enabled device. Cloud gaming is a service in which players do not download a game themselves, but have it executed on powerful servers in the cloud and then stream it.

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Netflix for Games: Amazon on cloud gaming