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‘Just Cause‘ movie is coming from ‘John Wick‘ creator

German studio Constantin Film has acquired the film rights to open-world action game Just Cause, and hope to start shooting in 2020, reports Deadline. Derek Kolstad, the creator and writer of the John Wick trilogy, has been tapped to write the script. Kolstad will serve as a producer on the project, along with Constantin‘s Robert Kulzer and Prime Universe Films‘ Adrian Askarieh. Source: Deadline

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‘League of Legends‘ might be coming to smartphones

League of Legends might eventually take up residence on fans‘ iOS and Android homescreens. Developer Riot is said to be working with parent company Tencent on a mobile version of the ultra-popular MOBA. Source: Reuters

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Supermassive‘s ‘Man of Medan‘ hits PS4, Xbox One and PC August 30th

Man of Medan, the first installment in Supermassive‘s Dark Pictures Anthology interactive horror series, will hit PS4, Xbox One and PC August 30th. It centers on a young group on a diving vacation that doesn‘t quite go as planned -- the quartet are kidnapped and trapped on a ghost ship. Much like Supermassive‘s previous game, Until Dawn, characters will live or die depending on the choices you make throughout.

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Sony studio will turn PlayStation games into movies and shows

Sony is no longer content to wait for media giants to produce shows based on its games. The company has formed a PlayStation Productions studio that will produce movies and TV shows based on games. Sony Studios will help distribute the material, but it‘s otherwise in-house -- it won‘t license brands like other gaming giants have in the past. The company‘s Shawn Layden told Hollywood Reporter that this wasn‘t ju

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The Morning After: Impossible Foods‘ next project is sausage meat

Welcome back! We kick off the week with bad news for Huawei as Google complies with US government requirements regarding the phone maker, suspending the transfer of proprietary hardware and software. In better news for the planet, we go behind the scenes at Impossible Foods and the development of its non-meat meat. Burgers, it seems, were just the beginning.

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‘Overwatch‘ third anniversary event kicks off May 21st

Blizzard is holding its third Overwatch anniversary event on May 21st, and this year the focus appears to be on welcoming in as many as people as possible. The occasion will revive many seasonal cosmetics, Arcade brawls, emotes and skins, but it‘ll also include a week-long free trial (until May 28th) to give you a better feel for the team shooter -- it‘s not just a weekend this time. You can also expect genuinely new legend

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‘Call of Duty‘ shake-up may see ‘Black Ops 5‘ arrive in 2020

Activision‘s Call of Duty release schedule has been predictable for years -- the company has rotated between three studios, with Treyarch pumping out a Black Ops game every three years like clockwork. However, you might be in for a surprise in 2020. Kotaku sources claim Activision has changed from its original plan, where Raven and Sledgehammer would produce a single-player oriented game, in favor of Treyarch taking the lead with B

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Next ‘Apex Legends‘ update addresses audio issues

Since the explosive launch of Apex Legends and its deliberately quieter evolution over the last few months, the game is still dealing with some annoying issues. According to the team at Respawn, an update coming to all platforms next week will target some audio problems that caused sound to drop out, or repeat when it shouldn‘t, and also increases the volume of close enemy footsteps so that maybe you can avoid getting third partied

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