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It’s been a busy weekend for the wallets of the world. If the Steam Autumn Sale didn’t drain them then Black Friday was waiting in the wings, waving cut-price SSDs and bargain-bin monitors in our faces.
The trucking franchise that keeps on, well, truckin’, Road to the Black Sea comes to ETS2 on December 5th and, appropriately enough, covers the regions of Romania, Bulgaria, and the Trakya region of Turkey, including Istanbul.
Over on the other side of the pond they're probably busy gearing up for their turkey roast and whatnot but, for the rest of the world who've adopted Black Friday and gone a bit mad with it, it's already time to shop for those bargains. 
An in-depth report from Kotaku’s Jason Schreier has revealed some interesting details about the goings-on at Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 developer Treyarch. First and foremost, Schreier claims the employees at Treyarch are unhappy with Activision’s decision to implement more and more microtransactions into COD BLOPS 4 in order to drive more revenue.
In an odd turn of events, software publisher Panic has announced a stylish new handheld games console dubbed Playdate.
Call of Duty is set for some turbulent times if a new report from Kotaku’s Jason Schreier is to be believed. According to Schreier, next year’s Call of Duty (2020) by Sledgehammer Games has effectively been cancelled, with COD: Black Ops developer Treyarch now in charge of next year’s project.
If you’re a Battle Royale fan but the thought of giving Activision your hard-earned money has your wallet shriveling up like a prune then help is hand - Call of Duty: Black Ops 4’s Blackout battle royale mode is free to play from now all the way through until January 24th.
Is it that time again? It's been a whirlwind year but we're already barreling toward Chrimbo. And on GD, that can only mean one thing - the return of the 12 Games of Christmas. Toot the horns, bang the drums. Make a big a song and dance.
It’s Black Friday! A day I think we all probably love and loathe with equal measure. If you’re on the hunt for some bargains in concentrated form though, then there’s probably no better day in the year to look for them.
Yesterday was the original Half-Life’s 20th anniversary, so happy birthday Gordan Freeman! You don’t look a day over 47! To celebrate the occasion, the Black Mesa team reveal a new Xen trailer for its Half-Life remake, showcasing the bizarre alien worlds that formed the back chunk of Valve’s seminal shooter.
Calling all console fans - the Black Friday deals are live on both the Xbox and the PlayStation stores.

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