Gaming News Round-Up: November 15

Another busy day for game news so let's get to it.

Minecraft will still get mod tools - The popular PC sandbox game was supposed to get mod tools a while back but this week its main creator "Notch" said that those tools are still in development, saying, "I take full responsibility for letting that get forgotten about. But when it comes to the new launcher, it got folded into a new exciting project I won’t talk about yet."

Brink to get clans and tournament support soon - Splash Damage's sci-fi first person shooter, released in May 2011, will soon get an upgrade that will allow players to register their online clans, set up matches against other clans and create full scale online tournaments.

Gears of War 3 getting spectator mode today - A new and free title update scheduled for today for Epic's third person shooter will add, among other things, a new spectator mode for online multiplayer matches.

Yet another Playstation 3 bundle announced - Sony announced yet another Playstation 3 bundle package today. This new product gives gamers a PS3 console, a copy of the Blu-Ray version of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2, a voucher to download both Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone and Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets via the Playstation Network and 30 free days on Playstation Plus for $249.99.

Call of Duty Elite still not at 100 percent - A week after its launch, Activision's online stats and community service for Modern Warfare 3 is still dealing with issues. The good news is that the Founder's benefits package is now up and running.

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