- Sony signed a binding 10-year deal with Microsoft to keep the best-selling Call of Duty series available on PlayStation.
- The deal ameliorates some concerns that Microsoft would use its power in the gaming market to cement dominance after the close of its Activision Blizzard acquisition.
- Sony executives held concerns as recently as last month that the deal would have anti-competitive effects.
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- July is Disability Pride Month, a celebration of people with disabilities established to mark the anniversary of the passage of the landmark Americans with Disabilities Act in 1990.
- PlayStation seems to be getting in on the celebration with its announcement that its Access controller will be available for preorder on July 21st, with the controller launching officially in the US on December 6th.
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- The prologue introduces you to Clive as he skirts around a spectacular and mildly confusing battle between two warring factions, before flashing back to Clive’s youth as a prince of the Grand Duchy of Rosaria.
- During this section you get to learn the basics of the game’s fluid combat, take on one or two of its excellent boss battles, and experience some pretty dramatic story beats.
- Phantom Liberty is available for pre-order at GOG.com, Steam, Epic Games Store, the PlayStation Store, and the Microsoft Store for $29.99.
- The expansion will be released only for the PlayStation 5, Windows PC, and Xbox Series X versions of the game.
- Support for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions ended with last fall’s version 1.6 Edgerunners update.
- If you are interested in signing up for the test, you can do so at the official Tekken site until June 27.
- The test will be open first for PlayStation 5 owners from July 21-24.
- The test will go live again from July 28-31 for the PS5, the Xbox Series X and S consoles, and the PC via Steam.
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