Call of Duty wins court battle
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Manufacturers cannot claim copyright on Hummers images

You would think that the makers of Hummers would be rather pleased to see their oversized off-roaders being used in a realistic combat game, but apparently not.  AM General, the government contractor for Humvees sued Call of Duty maker Activision for using Hummers.

Wasteland 3 launch date pushed back to August
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Needs a bit more time for optimizations, especially for co-op

Although the original launch date for inXile's Wasteland 3 was set for May 19th, it appears that the developer needs a bit more time and has pushed the launch date back to August 28th.

Gamestop thinks it is an essential service.
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Insists that US staff keep working

Gamestop in the US is doing its best to keep its stores open and is claiming that it is an essential service.

Sony reveals Playstation 5 hardware specifications
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With 8-core Zen 2 CPU, 36 CU RDNA 2 GPU, and impressive storage SSD

While Microsoft jumped the gun with its Xbox Series X, Sony has now also unveiled some hardware details about its upcoming Playstation 5, showing specifications similar to the Xbox Series X, including an 8-core Zen 2 CPU, 36 CU RDNA 2 GPU, ultra-fast SSD storage, and more.

Microsoft spills the beans on Xbox Series X
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Full specs out

Microsoft has provided detailed tech specs for its forthcoming Xbox Series X gaming console.