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A new rumor has surfaced that suggests GSC Game World's cancelled PC-exclusive title STALKER 2 has been picked up by Bethesda, although other rumors conflict and say this isn't true
A new Battlefield 3 DLC pack, known as Aftermath, has been made official by EA. It's set in a post-earthquake Tehran and features four new urban maps, plus new game modes and assignments
Activison has announced plans to publish a first person shooter based on the Walking Dead. The game, developed by Terminal Reality, will be released for the PC and other platforms in 2013.
Scourge: Outbreak is a new third-person shooter game that will be released later this year on a host of formats. There will be four-player co-op, nine weapons and an XP system. The game is due Q3 2012
A browser-based FPS called Man vs Machine, made by a Swedish non-profit technology organization, was host to the record-setting largest online gaming session ever with 999 simultaneous players.
Borderlands 2, the sequel to 2009's critically acclaimed Borderlands, is in development. This comes from a source close to Gearbox Software.
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