At the rate these reveals are going, there won't be any surprises left by the time the games are released.
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All servers won't shut off on the same day, there will be a decent gap between each one shutting down.
The first one arrives today, and this one turns off Disney Infinity 2.0's in-game purchases on PC, iOS, Android, and Apple TV. This has no effect on anything concerning Disney Infinity 3.0.
A few months later, on September 30, the PC, iOS, and Android versions of Disney Infinity 1.0 go offline for good. The apps will be removed from whatever stores they originate from, and you won't even be able to log into them anymore if you keep the app. On the same day, Disney Infinity 2.0 and 3.0 online functionality will be shut off on PC.
In just two weeks, Hearthstone players will be getting 45 new cards to use however they want.
What was originally suppose to release this month apparently needs more time before it is released to the masses.
Won't be long before you can once again fight crime as the Caped Crusader.
It's pretty clear from previous articles I have written on this site that I love the Pokémon series. It's been one of the most consistent presences in my life, starting when I was very young with Pokémon Blue, to the excitement I feel at this very moment over Sun and Moon. Truth be told, though, I didn't really care about Pokémon Go when it was announced, or the months leading up to it's release.
Nintendo's hotly anticipated mobile game, Pokemon Go, should be coming to your phones by the end of July.
To the surprise of no one, Bethesda blew out Fallout 4 again this year. New features include Vault Building, Nuka World, Contraptions, a VR port, PC port of Fallout Shelter, and even more.
The "GO" mobile game series by Square Enix Montreal has seen some success with Hitman GO and Lara Croft GO, and now Deus Ex will be joining the series.
E3 2016 is a little less than a week away and it's basically gamer Christmas. E3 is the biggest event of the year, where investors, developers, publishers, and especially fans gather to see the best and brightest of the coming years. We at APG are here to get you ready for all of the upcoming press conferences and game announcements. So much has already been confirmed and so much will surely come out of the show, so stay tuned to APG all week starting Sunday, June 12, for all of the latest and greatest news.
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