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‘Watch Dogs 2’ Free DLC To Be Released By Twitch; Amazon To Give 20 Percent Discount On Game Pre-Orders

“Watch Dogs 2” hasn’t arrived yet, but a free in-game content will be given away by Amazon’s Twitch Prime. Twitch announced the free DLC that they will be pulling out this November and “Watch Dogs 2” is included.

The PC Gamer confirmed that Twitch Prime will be sending out free in-game Twitch hoodies for Marcus Holloway of the “Watch Dogs 2” video game. Players need to have an account on Twitch will have access to the exclusive purple hoodie jacket with a Twitch logo in front, which will be available at the release date as per the PC GamesN reported. Continue reading ‘Watch Dogs 2’ Free DLC To Be Released By Twitch; Amazon To Give 20 Percent Discount On Game Pre-Orders

Amazon’s next game will be the first to use Twitch’s new currency

Amazon’s next game is a four-on-four multiplayer battler called Breakaway and will be the first game in the world to use a new currency developed by popular streaming site Twitch. Both the game and the currency — called Stream+ — were revealed at Twitchcon in San Diego. Amazon Game Studios promised that Stream+ would integrate directly with Breakaway, while a video clip indicated that players would be able to earn the currency by watching matches online, and use those coins to bet on the outcome. Continue reading Amazon’s next game will be the first to use Twitch’s new currency

If You Are A Content Creator – You Will Want To Sign Up For Keymailer

If you are a content creator, you should definitely sign up for Keymailer. Keymailer connects YouTubers and Twitch streamers to game publishers so that you can get access to game keys quickly and easily. Their website is pretty straight forward and signing up is super easy. For broadcasters who do not have a manager or a means of getting keys, this could be very beneficial to you.

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Fallout 4 confirmed, game coming to PS4, Windows PC, Xbox One

The official Fallout 4 website went live for some a bit early today, revealing that the game will be coming to Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC.

In the website’s main image, seen above, we see a dog sitting and staring up at some power armor in a garage, a Nuka Cola machine and a Pip Boy bobble head.

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The Fallout 4 Announcement Has Begun

It’s official: Fallout 4 is coming. Bethesda just put up a countdown timer leading up to the announcement, which will apparently take place tomorrow.

It’s curious to see Bethesda announce the game before their E3 conference, which takes place on June 14, but it’s happening. Yesterday, a person familiar with goings-on at the company told me that a 24-hour countdown clock would be launching today and lead up to a Fallout 4announcement this week. Looks like that’s true, although of course it’s possible they’ll drag this out with an extended ARG or other teasers leading up to the 14th.

Fallout 4, a sequel to Bethesda’s 2008 post-apocalyptic RPG, is one of the most anticipated games in recent history, and it’s been driving everyone nuts for weeks now. Back in December of 2013, we posted leaked casting documents indicating the game would be in Boston, but we haven’t heard much since then.

That “please stand by” image, of course, is straight out of Fallout:

Originally posted on Kotaku.

The Witcher 3 Twitch Streamers Banned for Using Broken Street Copies

Fans should wait for the official launch date

Unfortunately, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt has been sold early by a number of stores, most of them apparently located in the Middle East, and some players have already been streaming gameplay from the title on Twitch.

Obviously, the company is not very pleased with the situation and it has announced via an official Twitter message that all those who are caught doing so will be banned from the service as quickly as possible.

Authorized streaming for bought copies of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt can only take place on May 19, when the new title from CD Projekt RED is officially launched.

Gamers who really want to see the game in action can still find Twitch channels that show it, some of them with hundreds of viewers, but the company will probably move fast to remove them in the coming hours and days.

The development team is quite unhappy to see images and videos from their experience offered before the official launch date.

CD Projekt RED was hacked last year, and info about the story was leaked to the public, along with images showing The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt in an unfinished state.

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is launching simultaneously all over the world

The new action role-playing game will be launched on the PC, the Xbox One from Microsoft and the PlayStation 4 from Sony on the same day.

Unauthorized streaming before the launch date is a problem for CD Projekt RED because it allows fans who are very interested in the game universe to see some of the core story elements even if they might lack all the context needed to interpret it.

Broken street dates for video games have become less of an issue during the past few years, but there are still stores that risk the wrath of publishers by selling copies earlier than they should.

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is the final adventure that will star Geralt and is designed to be bigger than both previous titles in the series combined.

For the first time in the series, the developers are implementing a full open world structure, and players will have full freedom to explore cities and to move through the wilderness as they seek to accomplish their goals.

Originally posted on Softpedia.

Dragon Age: Inquisition Twitch Stream Shows Impressive Dragon Fight

You could pick up a few tips to use in their own campaigns

Dragon Age: Inquisition has already been out for a few weeks but there are plenty of gamers who do not know exactly everything that the title has to offer, and the development team at BioWare is coming to the rescue with a new Twitch stream that allows players to take a look at one of the dragon fights that offers the most interesting challenges in the RPG.

The footage is more than half an hour long and ends somewhat abruptly, but there are some very cool moments to watch and gamers might pick up some tips that they can use in their own engagements.

Dragon Age: Inquisition can be very challenging when dealing with the flying beasts, which can breathe fire and a number of other elements, and it’s important for players to make sure that they have a solid party and that they carefully decide when to use special abilities and when to deploy their Focus-based attacks.

BioWare has said that it plans to deliver a first full patch for the title on December 9, although no information on what changes it will make has yet been offered.

Dragon Age: Inquisition will also get downloadable content at some point in 2015.

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