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The Callisto Protocol Isn’t Removing Main Game Content For The Season Pass, Dev Promises

The Callisto Protocol‘s director Glen Schofield has had to clarify some details about the game’s season pass this week, after it was reported that some of the game’s highly-anticipated gore would be paywalled from launch.

The misunderstanding likely comes from the game’s listing on Steam, which offers a Digital Deluxe edition for $20 more than the standard game. The Digital Deluxe includes the game’s season pass, which will consist of a skin collection, two new game modes, a story DLC, and a bonus of 13 new player death animations and 12 new enemy death animations.

With the season pass purchase available from launch, and the Steam description missing any kind of timeframe for the extra content’s release, some outlets reported that 25 of the game’s grisly death animations–which have made up a large part of the game’s marketing–would be locked behind a paywall from launch.

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The Witcher Remake Will Be Fully Open World, Unlike The Original

The recently announced remake of The Witcher in Unreal Engine 5 will be fully open world, marking a major change from the original game.

Developer CD Projekt Red announced the news as part of its Q3 2022 earnings report, where it listed the title, codenamed Canis Majoris, as a “story-driven, single player open-world RPG–a modern reimagining of 2007’s The Witcher.” That the game will be open world wasn’t mentioned during its initial announcement in October.

Though the critically acclaimed The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is open world, the first two entries in The Witcher series are not. Instead, the first two games in the franchise featured large open zones players could explore. However, progressing the story past certain key points would move players to a new zone, closing off the previous area entirely. The earnings report doesn’t elaborate further on how the new open world approach may change other aspects of the game.

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The Superb 8BitDo Ultimate Controller Is Just $36 For Cyber Monday

Black Friday may be over, but there’s still a chance to snag a deal on one of the best controllers on the market for Xbox and PC during Cyber Monday. The superb 8BitDo Ultimate is now going for just $36, a big discount from its usual $45 asking price. This is an Amazon Lightning Deal and is only available until the end of the Cyber Monday (or until it sells out).

What makes this controller so good is that it’s a multiplatform device that can work on Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PC. It’s worth noting that the 8BitDo Ultimate is a wired controller for Xbox and PC, but it’s still easily one of the best Xbox controllers around. Only the black and Pastel Pink models are available for this price.

Besides being a comfortable fit for your hands with its shape and featuring quality components, the big deal here is the customization on offer. You can fine-tune your inputs, adjust your analog stick sensitivity, and much more using 8BitDo’s software, and the controller can store up to three profiles that you can switch between on the fly. If you want a setup that favors quick trigger pulls when you play Call of Duty, a profile that heightens analog stick sensitivity when you play Forza Horizon, and a custom arrangement for fighting games, you’ll be easily covered.

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This Great Nintendo Switch Handheld Controller Is Only $35 For Cyber Monday

The Nintendo Switch is easily one of the best handheld gaming consoles of all time, but ergonomically, it does leave something to be desired. Fortunately, you can swap out the regular Joy-Con for this more comfortable NexiGo grip that’s currently on sale for Cyber Monday.

You’ve got two options with this cradle, which both feature a more standard design that’s in line with modern gaming. The NexiGo Gripcon will cost you $35 or $36, depending on which color you pick, and works on either the Switch or the Switch OLED model. It also features four mappable back buttons and replaceable joystick caps.

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