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    A Little About Me

    Welcome @DuffGaming ! Glad to have you ! Looking forward to gaming with ya!
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    Naval Action | Pirate Ranks

    Due to the fact that there are not many sites out there that have a nice chart to be able to see your current Player Rank/XP on a chart level to see where you fall and your max crew, here you go! Enjoy! Naval Action Pirate Ranks Rank Title XP Max Crew Largest Crewable Ship by Crew Size 1 Thief 0 40 Cutter 2 Rascal 500 80 Privateer 3 Scoundrel 1000 120 Snow 4 Rogue 1500 160 Niagara 5 Mutineer 2000 220 Pandora 6 Rover 3000 280 L'Hermione 7 Brigand 5000 380 Indefatigable 8 Plunderer 12000 500 Agamemnon 9 Raider 20000 700 Bellona 10 Scourge 35000 900 Victory 11 Terror 55000 1200 L'Océan 12 Curse 76000 1500 L'Océan Source and view other Naval Action nation ranks Want to play Naval Action? You can buy the game here!
  3. We are proud to announce that our K33N Stream team for Extra Life: Children's Miracle Network raised a total of $525 for 2019's Game Day on November 3rd, 2019! Thank you so much to everyone who participated and made this possible! We plan to participate next year in 2020 as well so be on the lookout for that next year!
  4. We are proud to announce that our K33N Stream team for Extra Life: Children's Miracle Network raised a total of $525 for 2019's Game Day on November 3rd, 2019! Thank you so much to everyone who participated and made this possible! We plan to participate next year in 2020 as well so be on the lookout for that next year! View full update
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    Resteam.io

    Yeah, @RaleMaximus, I'd hold off honestly! I was Twitch affiliate for over a year, with a few subs here and there but found myself missing Restream.io so just this week I actually submitted a ticket to be removed from the Twitch Affiliate program. Now I can freely stream wherever I please and not have to worry and it's a good feeling. Plus, Mixer is growing and has a phenomenal community as well. So streaming to both at the same time to increase viewers is nice as well!
  6. Hey Everyone! November 2th, 2019 is National Game Day! So lets game on! K33N is seeking Streamers who would be interested in partaking in a 24hr Charity Event to help raise money for Children's Hospitals! You can read more HERE about the event! We are seeking live streamers and content creators who are interested in joining our team to help raise money for Children's Hospitals. Each individual who partakes will be hosted by K33N Gaming official streaming platform accounts. Not sure your November 2nd schedule!? No problem! Even if you can only stream for less than 30 minutes that day every bit counts and helps! Not a Live streamer or content creator!? No problem! You can still join our team and make a facebook fundraiser to help! Have you always wanted to start streaming? Well here's a step by step guide! Please reply below, and or message HoldenRiot on the K33N Gaming Community Discord if interested in being apart of this years team! Note: This event is NOT limited to K33N Partnered Streamers. Any and all streamers and content creators can partake!  When: November 1st, 2019 - November 2nd, 2019. Who can join the team and participate: EVERYONE & ANYONE! Where do I stream and what game? Completely up to you! Twitch, Mixer, Youtube, Facebook live, anything! Any game goes! My preferred time slot is taken already, can I still stream at the same time as someone else? YES! The more the marrier! Some stream the full 24hrs! I don't stream, can I still participate? YES! If you are a streamer and wish to Participate in this Charity Stream event, Please Join the Team HERE AND Reserve your Stream Time Slot HERE! All Signed up!? Awesome! Below is what you have to do next: 1. Be sure to Add The Extra Life Image to your Stream Channel/About channel bio and HyperLink it to: https://www.extra-life.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=donordrive.team&teamID=49488 2. Add Extra Life Alerts to your stream! (How to's below!) - Streamlabs / Streamlabs OBS Alerts - Stream Elements Alerts - Extra Life Twitch Extension 3. Add Extra Life overlays, donation tools, or video assets to your stream with the provided Extra Life Broadcasting Toolkit (OPTIONAL but recommended!) View Extra Life Streaming 101 for more information if you have any outstanding questions or please reach out to @HoldenRiot K33N Gaming has Official Twitch and Mixer accounts! Both of these will be used to host our stream team for this event! You will be using Your Own Twitch Account To Stream! Follow the K33NGaming Twitch account and you will be hosted there as-well! That way streamers can still stream on their personal Streaming accounts Follow Both our Community Streaming Accounts! https://twitch.tv/k33ngaming https://mixer.com/k33ngaming
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    Disney+ free for Verizon customers!

    Verizon customers are getting a holiday gift a little early. Customers with the carrier's Unlimited plan will receive 12 months of Disney Plus for free starting Nov. 12, the launch date for the streaming service. After the promotional period, the subscription for the new streaming service will jump up to $6.99. Customers must enroll in Unlimited before June 1, 2020, to receive the free year. Disney Plus is seeking Netflix's crown. Disney plans to bring over its large catalog of family-friendly movies along with those from the other studios and properties it owns. This includes all the Marvel, Star Wars and Pixar movies. Disney also owns Fox TV shows such as The Simpsons and Malcolm in the Middle, and the company is also developing new series based on its Marvel and Star Wars properties such as The Mandalorian, WandaVision and Falcon and Winter Soldier. Verizon Unlimited plans start at $70 for a single line after discounts and before taxes and fees. The company is also offering a year of Disney Plus to new customers of its Fios Home or 5G Home internet services.
  9. Verizon customers are getting a holiday gift a little early. Customers with the carrier's Unlimited plan will receive 12 months of Disney Plus for free starting Nov. 12, the launch date for the streaming service. After the promotional period, the subscription for the new streaming service will jump up to $6.99. Customers must enroll in Unlimited before June 1, 2020, to receive the free year. Disney Plus is seeking Netflix's crown. Disney plans to bring over its large catalog of family-friendly movies along with those from the other studios and properties it owns. This includes all the Marvel, Star Wars and Pixar movies. Disney also owns Fox TV shows such as The Simpsons and Malcolm in the Middle, and the company is also developing new series based on its Marvel and Star Wars properties such as The Mandalorian, WandaVision and Falcon and Winter Soldier. Verizon Unlimited plans start at $70 for a single line after discounts and before taxes and fees. The company is also offering a year of Disney Plus to new customers of its Fios Home or 5G Home internet services. View full article
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    Disney+'s New streaming service

    In September 2017, Disney announced plans to create its own streaming video service to challenge Netflix, Hulu, and similar high-end streamers. Just over a year later, that service was given a name, Disney+, and we got our first look at the service in all its Disney-fied glory, as well as news of a price point of $7 per month and a launch date of November 12, 2019. As of September 23, 2019, you can pre-order your Disney+ subscription. Disney+ is intended to compete with industry leader Netflix and the various other direct-to-consumer streaming video platforms currently available and in development. It won’t have as many movies or television shows as Netflix and its ilk, but Disney hopes to draw customers in with lots of high-profile exclusive content and nearly every movie in Disney’s expansive library, including a number of previously hard-to-find animated features and live-action Star Wars and Marvel Cinematic Universe spinoffs. Here’s everything we know about Disney+ so far. At launch, Disney+ will host hundreds of Disney-related movies and television series. Classic animated features like Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs and Pinocchio will be there, as will modern-day Disney Channel fare like Descendants, vintage live-action features including The Parent Trap and Old Yeller, forgotten oddities like the made-for-TV Fuzzbucket, a huge collection of ’90s Marvel cartoons, almost every Star Wars flick, Captain Marvel, and much, much more. It’s a lot, so be sure to check out the complete list — or, if you have time, check out the three-plus-hour video Disney put together, which previews pretty much everything it will offer at launch. After launch, expect more to follow. Almost every single movie in the Disney catalog will eventually be available on Disney+, according to Disney CEO Bob Iger, including all of the animated films previously locked away in the Disney “vault”. The one exception is Disney’s Song of the South, which Disney has buried since the ’80s due to its racially insensitive content (a racist scene from the animated Dumbo will be removed for Disney+, too). Newer Disney movies like Frozen 2, Toy Story 4, Star Wars: Episode IX — The Rise of Skywalker, and the live-action remake of The Lion King will appear on Disney+ some time after their theatrical and home-video releases. For example, the record-busting conclusion to Marvel’s Infinity Saga, Avengers: Endgame, won’t be available on Disney+ at launch, but it will be there by December 11, according to Disney’s financial reports. Naturally, Disney+ will also be home to original series, including a number of Star Wars projects. The first-ever live-action Star Wars TV series, The Mandalorian, which follows the adventures of an outer-space gunslinger shortly after the events of the original Star Wars trilogy, will debut on Disney+ at launch. A trailer for the series, which was created by Iron Man director Jon Favreau, recently dropped and has some major The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly vibes. The first season of The Mandalorian will be eight episodes long, and a second season is already in preproduction. An action show focusing on Obi-Wan Kenobi is also in the works, with Ewan McGregor confirmed to reprise the role he played in the three Star Wars prequels. At the D23 Expo in August 2019, McGregor said that the still-untitled miniseries will be about four hours long and that production begins in early 2020. The show will be set around the same time as Solo: A Star Wars Story, when Obi-Wan Kenobi is hiding on Tatooine and protecting young Luke Skywalker from afar, which opens the door for all kinds of interesting stories. Disney+ will also stream a still-untitled Rogue One prequel following Rebel spy Cassian Andor and his reformed Imperial security droid K-2SO. Both Diego Luna and Alan Tudyk will reprise their Rogue One roles. What's the cost? The service will cost $7 per month at launch, or $70 per year (don’t be surprised if that price rises quickly). But there’s more to the story. Disney+ isn’t Disney’s only streaming service. Thanks to its acquisition of 21st Century Fox, Disney also controls Hulu, and if you want to subscribe to both, you have options. In addition to the Disney+ stand-alone service, Hulu Senior Vice President Craig Erwich says that you’ll also be able to get Disney+ as a Hulu add-on. Similar to other add-ons, like HBO, subscribing to Disney+ through Hulu means that you’ll have to use the Hulu app to watch shows like The Mandalorian and Falcon and Winter Soldier, but it also means that you’ll be able to keep all of your shows in one place. If HBO is any indication, Disney+ should cost the same — $7 –whether you get it through Hulu or all by its lonesome. In addition, if you want Disney+, ESPN+, and Hulu, Disney will offer a bundle that will include all three. The bundle will cost $13 a month, which is $5 cheaper than subscribing to all three separately. Impressive video and audio quality The service was revealed to offer 4K resolution with HDR support upon its initial unveiling, but news from Disney’s D23 Expo gave cinephiles and A/V fans, even more, to be excited about. As confirmed by Dolby directly, Disney+ will offer content in both Dolby Vision, Dolby’s dynamic version of HDR that offers evolving content to supported TVs squeeze the best contrast out of each scene, as well as Dolby Atmos support, which provides an immersive, hemispheric soundstage for those with supported hardware. While Dolby Vision is becoming more common, both Vision and Atmos are still rarities in streaming land, supported by only a few services like Netflix and Amazon Prime Video, and only with select content. We don’t yet know what content will boast either of Dolby’s A/V enhancements on Disney+, but if its streaming rivals are any indication, Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos will likely only be offered for newer original series like The Mandalorian, and possibly newer Disney film releases. In addition, Disney+ will offer four simultaneous streams at once on its service for its basic $7-per-month fee. What devices will it support? Disney+ will be available on iOS, Apple TV (tvOS), Google Chromecast, Android, Android TV, PlayStation 4, Roku, and Xbox One at launch. Notably absent from this list is Amazon’s Fire TV platform. Disney and Amazon are said to be in heated talks over the service’s presence on the Fire TV, according to The Wall Street Journal. A fight over who gets to sell the ad space could prevent Disney+ from being on Amazon’s platform for launch. If you’re an Apple device owner, or you have one of the many smart TVs and streamers that will feature Apple’s TV App, you’ll be able to subscribe to (and watch) Disney+ within that all-in-one streaming interface. Disney+ will also support in-app purchases on Apple devices. https://preview.disneyplus.com/
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    Disney+'s New streaming service

    In September 2017, Disney announced plans to create its own streaming video service to challenge Netflix, Hulu, and similar high-end streamers. Just over a year later, that service was given a name, Disney+, and we got our first look at the service in all its Disney-fied glory, as well as news of a price point of $7 per month and a launch date of November 12, 2019. As of September 23, 2019, you can pre-order your Disney+ subscription. Disney+ is intended to compete with industry leader Netflix and the various other direct-to-consumer streaming video platforms currently available and in development. It won’t have as many movies or television shows as Netflix and its ilk, but Disney hopes to draw customers in with lots of high-profile exclusive content and nearly every movie in Disney’s expansive library, including a number of previously hard-to-find animated features and live-action Star Wars and Marvel Cinematic Universe spinoffs. Here’s everything we know about Disney+ so far. At launch, Disney+ will host hundreds of Disney-related movies and television series. Classic animated features like Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs and Pinocchio will be there, as will modern-day Disney Channel fare like Descendants, vintage live-action features including The Parent Trap and Old Yeller, forgotten oddities like the made-for-TV Fuzzbucket, a huge collection of ’90s Marvel cartoons, almost every Star Wars flick, Captain Marvel, and much, much more. It’s a lot, so be sure to check out the complete list — or, if you have time, check out the three-plus-hour video Disney put together, which previews pretty much everything it will offer at launch. After launch, expect more to follow. Almost every single movie in the Disney catalog will eventually be available on Disney+, according to Disney CEO Bob Iger, including all of the animated films previously locked away in the Disney “vault”. The one exception is Disney’s Song of the South, which Disney has buried since the ’80s due to its racially insensitive content (a racist scene from the animated Dumbo will be removed for Disney+, too). Newer Disney movies like Frozen 2, Toy Story 4, Star Wars: Episode IX — The Rise of Skywalker, and the live-action remake of The Lion King will appear on Disney+ some time after their theatrical and home-video releases. For example, the record-busting conclusion to Marvel’s Infinity Saga, Avengers: Endgame, won’t be available on Disney+ at launch, but it will be there by December 11, according to Disney’s financial reports. Naturally, Disney+ will also be home to original series, including a number of Star Wars projects. The first-ever live-action Star Wars TV series, The Mandalorian, which follows the adventures of an outer-space gunslinger shortly after the events of the original Star Wars trilogy, will debut on Disney+ at launch. A trailer for the series, which was created by Iron Man director Jon Favreau, recently dropped and has some major The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly vibes. The first season of The Mandalorian will be eight episodes long, and a second season is already in preproduction. An action show focusing on Obi-Wan Kenobi is also in the works, with Ewan McGregor confirmed to reprise the role he played in the three Star Wars prequels. At the D23 Expo in August 2019, McGregor said that the still-untitled miniseries will be about four hours long and that production begins in early 2020. The show will be set around the same time as Solo: A Star Wars Story, when Obi-Wan Kenobi is hiding on Tatooine and protecting young Luke Skywalker from afar, which opens the door for all kinds of interesting stories. Disney+ will also stream a still-untitled Rogue One prequel following Rebel spy Cassian Andor and his reformed Imperial security droid K-2SO. Both Diego Luna and Alan Tudyk will reprise their Rogue One roles. What's the cost? The service will cost $7 per month at launch, or $70 per year (don’t be surprised if that price rises quickly). But there’s more to the story. Disney+ isn’t Disney’s only streaming service. Thanks to its acquisition of 21st Century Fox, Disney also controls Hulu, and if you want to subscribe to both, you have options. In addition to the Disney+ stand-alone service, Hulu Senior Vice President Craig Erwich says that you’ll also be able to get Disney+ as a Hulu add-on. Similar to other add-ons, like HBO, subscribing to Disney+ through Hulu means that you’ll have to use the Hulu app to watch shows like The Mandalorian and Falcon and Winter Soldier, but it also means that you’ll be able to keep all of your shows in one place. If HBO is any indication, Disney+ should cost the same — $7 –whether you get it through Hulu or all by its lonesome. In addition, if you want Disney+, ESPN+, and Hulu, Disney will offer a bundle that will include all three. The bundle will cost $13 a month, which is $5 cheaper than subscribing to all three separately. Impressive video and audio quality The service was revealed to offer 4K resolution with HDR support upon its initial unveiling, but news from Disney’s D23 Expo gave cinephiles and A/V fans, even more, to be excited about. As confirmed by Dolby directly, Disney+ will offer content in both Dolby Vision, Dolby’s dynamic version of HDR that offers evolving content to supported TVs squeeze the best contrast out of each scene, as well as Dolby Atmos support, which provides an immersive, hemispheric soundstage for those with supported hardware. While Dolby Vision is becoming more common, both Vision and Atmos are still rarities in streaming land, supported by only a few services like Netflix and Amazon Prime Video, and only with select content. We don’t yet know what content will boast either of Dolby’s A/V enhancements on Disney+, but if its streaming rivals are any indication, Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos will likely only be offered for newer original series like The Mandalorian, and possibly newer Disney film releases. In addition, Disney+ will offer four simultaneous streams at once on its service for its basic $7-per-month fee. What devices will it support? Disney+ will be available on iOS, Apple TV (tvOS), Google Chromecast, Android, Android TV, PlayStation 4, Roku, and Xbox One at launch. Notably absent from this list is Amazon’s Fire TV platform. Disney and Amazon are said to be in heated talks over the service’s presence on the Fire TV, according to The Wall Street Journal. A fight over who gets to sell the ad space could prevent Disney+ from being on Amazon’s platform for launch. If you’re an Apple device owner, or you have one of the many smart TVs and streamers that will feature Apple’s TV App, you’ll be able to subscribe to (and watch) Disney+ within that all-in-one streaming interface. Disney+ will also support in-app purchases on Apple devices. https://preview.disneyplus.com/ View full article
  12. 10.14.19 - We have added a new forum: Tech Guides . This will be a place to post and find all technology-related guides and recommendations. View full update
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    10.14.19 - Tech Guides forum added

    10.14.19 - We have added a new forum: Tech Guides . This will be a place to post and find all technology-related guides and recommendations.
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    Possible New Job

    Sounds like a great idea for additional and new RP! Definetly something that can be RP'd in game!
  15. @XxWWJDxX and @xCaliber have been very busy and are happy to bring you this HUGE K33N RP Server update! Hotwire Use lockpick to hotwire New property system Can now share keys for properties Three new Gang Jobs (Lost MC, Ballas, Vago) New drug system controlled by gangs Lost Mc- Oxy Ballas- Meth Vagos- Coke New drug effects New House robbery system illegal revive location at grandmas fixed pillbox issue with slow running Removed courthouse Removed loot scanner Added Commands: animations /e1-13 surrender /e surrendor -- Salute: /e salute : Salute your comrades! -- Bird 1: /e finger : One hand middle Finger -- Bird 2: /e finger2 : 2 hands middle finger -- Surrender: /e surrender : Kneel down hands behind head surrender -- Facepalm: /e palm : Facepalm -- Notes: /e notes : Write down notes on paper -- Brief: /e brief : Equip a tactical brief case -- Brief2: /e brief2 : Equip a leather brief case -- Foldarms: /e foldarms : Cross your arms -- Foldarms2: /e foldarms2 : Cross arms v2 -- Damn: /e damn : Throw your arms in disbelief -- Fail: /e fail : Become visibly disappointed -- Gang1: /e gang1 : Gang sign 1 -- Gang2: /e gang2 : Gang sign 2 -- No: /e no : Shake your head no -- Pickbutt: /e pickbutt : Pick your butt -- Grab Crotch: /e grabcrotch : Grab your crotch -- Peace: /e peace : Hold peace sign -- Cigar: /e cigar : Place cigar in your mouth -- Cigar2: /e cigar2 : Place a burnt cigar in your mouth -- Joint: /e joint : Place a joint in your mouth -- Cig: /e cig : Place a cig in your mouth -- holdcigar: /e holdcigar : Hold a cigar in your hand -- holdcig: /e holdcig : Hold a cig in your hand -- holdjoint: /e holdjoint : Hold a joint in your hand -- dead: /e dead : Play dead -- holster: /e holster : Hand hovers over holster -- /givecash [id] [amount] - Give cash to someone -- aim: /e aim : Aim a pistol at the floor -- aim2: /e aim2 : Aim a pistol up to your shoulder -- umbrella: /e umbrella : Use an umbrella -- guard: /e guard : Enter a security/guard pose -- phonecall: /e phonecall : Enter a phone call animation -- shotbar: /e shotbar : Take a shot at a bar -- drunkbaridle /e drunkbaridle: Lean up against a bar drunk -- djidle /e djidle : Idle at a dj booth -- djidle2 /e djidle2 : Idle at a dj booth 2 -- fdance1 /e fdance1: Female Dance 1 -- fdance2 /e fdance2: Female Dance 2 -- mdance1 /e mdance1: Male Dance 1 -- mdance2 /e mdance2: Male Dance 2 walkstyle 1-44 /e walk1-44
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    10.9.19 K33N RP Server Update notes

    @XxWWJDxX and @xCaliber have been very busy and are happy to bring you this HUGE K33N RP Server update! Hotwire Use lockpick to hotwire New property system Can now share keys for properties Three new Gang Jobs (Lost MC, Ballas, Vago) New drug system controlled by gangs Lost Mc- Oxy Ballas- Meth Vagos- Coke New drug effects New House robbery system illegal revive location at grandmas fixed pillbox issue with slow running Removed courthouse Removed loot scanner Added Commands: animations /e1-13 surrender /e surrendor -- Salute: /e salute : Salute your comrades! -- Bird 1: /e finger : One hand middle Finger -- Bird 2: /e finger2 : 2 hands middle finger -- Surrender: /e surrender : Kneel down hands behind head surrender -- Facepalm: /e palm : Facepalm -- Notes: /e notes : Write down notes on paper -- Brief: /e brief : Equip a tactical brief case -- Brief2: /e brief2 : Equip a leather brief case -- Foldarms: /e foldarms : Cross your arms -- Foldarms2: /e foldarms2 : Cross arms v2 -- Damn: /e damn : Throw your arms in disbelief -- Fail: /e fail : Become visibly disappointed -- Gang1: /e gang1 : Gang sign 1 -- Gang2: /e gang2 : Gang sign 2 -- No: /e no : Shake your head no -- Pickbutt: /e pickbutt : Pick your butt -- Grab Crotch: /e grabcrotch : Grab your crotch -- Peace: /e peace : Hold peace sign -- Cigar: /e cigar : Place cigar in your mouth -- Cigar2: /e cigar2 : Place a burnt cigar in your mouth -- Joint: /e joint : Place a joint in your mouth -- Cig: /e cig : Place a cig in your mouth -- holdcigar: /e holdcigar : Hold a cigar in your hand -- holdcig: /e holdcig : Hold a cig in your hand -- holdjoint: /e holdjoint : Hold a joint in your hand -- dead: /e dead : Play dead -- holster: /e holster : Hand hovers over holster -- /givecash [id] [amount] - Give cash to someone -- aim: /e aim : Aim a pistol at the floor -- aim2: /e aim2 : Aim a pistol up to your shoulder -- umbrella: /e umbrella : Use an umbrella -- guard: /e guard : Enter a security/guard pose -- phonecall: /e phonecall : Enter a phone call animation -- shotbar: /e shotbar : Take a shot at a bar -- drunkbaridle /e drunkbaridle: Lean up against a bar drunk -- djidle /e djidle : Idle at a dj booth -- djidle2 /e djidle2 : Idle at a dj booth 2 -- fdance1 /e fdance1: Female Dance 1 -- fdance2 /e fdance2: Female Dance 2 -- mdance1 /e mdance1: Male Dance 1 -- mdance2 /e mdance2: Male Dance 2 walkstyle 1-44 /e walk1-44 View full update
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    Red Dead Redemption 2 is coming to PC

    Rockstar's cowboy adventure out November 5, but the Steam version won't arrive until December. Today, Rockstar finally confirmed the news PC cowboys have been waiting for: Red Dead Redemption 2 will release on PC. Few details were revealed in the announcement, but the studio did commit to a release date of November 5, with special bonuses available to players who pre-purchase through the Rockstar Games Launcher starting October 9th. We've long suspected that Rockstar would bring RDR2 to PC, the same way it eventually sent GTA 5 our way after a period of console exclusivity. There have been a few tells since 2018, too, with minor leaks all pointing to an eventual announcement. The PC version will, according to Rockstar, feature visual and technical improvements, as well as a bunch of new bounties, gang hideouts and weapons. I'm also excited at the prospect of mods. Rockstar hasn't officially supported GTA modding, but that hasn't stopped anyone from sticking Iron Man into the game, creating GTA Online roleplaying mods, and tinkering with the graphics. In addition to the Rockstar Games Launcher, RDR2 will also be available on Epic Games Store, Green Man Gaming and the Humble Store, with pre-orders for those versions available October 23. Here's the surprising thing: the Steam version won't be available until December. Rockstar says more details about Red Dead Redemption 2 PC will come next week. Credit: Andy Chalk
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    Red Dead Redemption 2 is coming to PC

    Rockstar's cowboy adventure out November 5, but the Steam version won't arrive until December. Today, Rockstar finally confirmed the news PC cowboys have been waiting for: Red Dead Redemption 2 will release on PC. Few details were revealed in the announcement, but the studio did commit to a release date of November 5, with special bonuses available to players who pre-purchase through the Rockstar Games Launcher starting October 9th. We've long suspected that Rockstar would bring RDR2 to PC, the same way it eventually sent GTA 5 our way after a period of console exclusivity. There have been a few tells since 2018, too, with minor leaks all pointing to an eventual announcement. The PC version will, according to Rockstar, feature visual and technical improvements, as well as a bunch of new bounties, gang hideouts and weapons. I'm also excited at the prospect of mods. Rockstar hasn't officially supported GTA modding, but that hasn't stopped anyone from sticking Iron Man into the game, creating GTA Online roleplaying mods, and tinkering with the graphics. In addition to the Rockstar Games Launcher, RDR2 will also be available on Epic Games Store, Green Man Gaming and the Humble Store, with pre-orders for those versions available October 23. Here's the surprising thing: the Steam version won't be available until December. Rockstar says more details about Red Dead Redemption 2 PC will come next week. Credit: Andy Chalk View full article
  19. K33N has officially launched a Battlefield 2 server! We are happy to have this game and look forward to seeing you on the Battlefield soldier! Server Rules View our other game servers
  20. K33N has officially launched a Battlefield 2 server! We are happy to have this game and look forward to seeing you on the Battlefield soldier! Server Rules View our other game servers View full update
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    New Site Feature: Tech News page

    Tech news "Records" are now known as "Articles"
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    New Site Feature: Tech News page

    We have added a new site feature: Tech News You can view Tech News page from the Community navigation dropdown and selecting "Tech News". You can also navigate to the articles by navigating to the forums and clicking "Post a tech news article". The supported categories currently include: PC Xbox Playstation Nintendo Hardware Applications Audio Gadgets Any news or announcements you find and wish to post you can do so here. Enjoy!
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    New Site Feature: Tech News page

    We have added a new site feature: Tech News You can view Tech News page from the Community navigation dropdown and selecting "Tech News". You can also navigate to the articles by navigating to the forums and clicking "Post a tech news article". The supported categories currently include: PC Xbox Playstation Nintendo Hardware Applications Audio Gadgets Any news or announcements you find and wish to post you can do so here. Enjoy! View full update
  24. The latest hard detail about Apex Legends Season 3 is a big one: Apex Legends is getting a completely new map next week. A new cinematic trailer, seen above, doesn't reveal every corner of the new environment, but it shows off several major landmarks and biomes, including lava and plenty of snow for players to sled. "I approve of this new planet," Caustic can be heard saying in the trailer, indicating that World's Edge takes place on a new rock entirely. I wouldn't interpret every frame of the cinematic trailer as a 1:1 reference of the map we'll play next week, but the differences between this and Kings Canyon are major. For the first time Apex will feature ice and snow, and a train that pierces that cold. Naturally the train is loaded with loot, which will probably make it an attractive, contested position along the lines of Kings Canyon's current dropships. Standing out in the trailer is a massive piece of industrial equipment snapped by bright blue ice, along with two clearly visible urban areas with more than six tall buildings in each zone. The geothermal terrain looks straight out of a cartoon: glowing red and wrapped in curved rock spikes. At first it seemed like Apex was following the path laid by Epic in Fortnite: aggressively altering a single map hand-in-hand with promotional events that added giant creatures, stunt parks, and new structures to loot. Clearly Respawn is going in a different direction. Season 3 arrives on October 1. We still don't have details about how the structure of the Battle Pass may change after Respawn's poorly-received mid-season event.
  25. The latest hard detail about Apex Legends Season 3 is a big one: Apex Legends is getting a completely new map next week. A new cinematic trailer, seen above, doesn't reveal every corner of the new environment, but it shows off several major landmarks and biomes, including lava and plenty of snow for players to sled. "I approve of this new planet," Caustic can be heard saying in the trailer, indicating that World's Edge takes place on a new rock entirely. I wouldn't interpret every frame of the cinematic trailer as a 1:1 reference of the map we'll play next week, but the differences between this and Kings Canyon are major. For the first time Apex will feature ice and snow, and a train that pierces that cold. Naturally the train is loaded with loot, which will probably make it an attractive, contested position along the lines of Kings Canyon's current dropships. Standing out in the trailer is a massive piece of industrial equipment snapped by bright blue ice, along with two clearly visible urban areas with more than six tall buildings in each zone. The geothermal terrain looks straight out of a cartoon: glowing red and wrapped in curved rock spikes. At first it seemed like Apex was following the path laid by Epic in Fortnite: aggressively altering a single map hand-in-hand with promotional events that added giant creatures, stunt parks, and new structures to loot. Clearly Respawn is going in a different direction. Season 3 arrives on October 1. We still don't have details about how the structure of the Battle Pass may change after Respawn's poorly-received mid-season event. View full record
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