Mortal Shell Looks Like A Mix Of Dark Souls And Warframe

From developers behind Metro: Exodus, Ghost of Tsushima, World of Warcraft, and more comes Mortal Shell–an action-RPG with Dark Souls influences, set for launch later this year on Xbox One, PS4, and PC.

From developer Cold Symmetry, Mortal Shell includes the deliberate combat that has been popularized by From Software’s Souls series, with role-playing elements that let you upgrades weapons and skills as you explore a non-linear open-world. The reveal trailer below sets its tone well, with a more horror-focused atmosphere than that of its influences.

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One aspect of Mortal Shell that stands out is the shells themselves. You’ll physically wear the empty bodies of fallen warriors, each of which will play with different fighting styles and abilities. You can get comfortable with a shell and upgrade it further, letting you choose your style of play and adapt accordingly with items and weapons on top of it.

Mortal Shell has been in development for over two years, with Cold Symmetry comprising of only 15 employees. It’s three co-founders–Andrew McLennan-Murray, Anton Gonzalez, and Vitaly Bulgarov–are excited to finally show off the studio’s work. “The last two years have been a time of non-stop growth, full of shocking revelations of sheer complexity that goes into creating a video game that you, yourself, would really enjoy playing,” a press release from the studio reads.

Mortal Shell isn’t too far away either, with a planned launch in Q3 2020. You can apply to play the beta on the game’s official website, although details of the test are not yet known.

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Abby Dowse in a Barbie Doll Edition

Abby Dowse can sometimes look like a living Barbie doll. Her gorgeous blonde hair and perfectly shaped body curves, makes her look like every man’s dream.

On one of her purple fantasy snaps, Abby wrote that she is feeling cute, and on the other, she added a heart, a unicorn, and a lollipop emoji.

Abby posed wearing a lilac crop top, and a matching mini skirt. She looks even more attractive with her hair tied up into a casual messy bun.

Dowse’s fans have nothing less to say about her than words of praise.

“Hotter than the sun,” one fan jumped into the comment section.

“Wow, you are unreal,” another wrote in surprise.

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The 29-year-old Instagram model changed a few positions for this at-home photo session, and she is seducing every single person through the camera.

Also, take a look at the most recent juicy Abby’s snaps:

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Amazon's Having A Buy Two, Get One Free Sale This Weekend On PS4, Switch, And Xbox One Games

If there’s anything we can count on in these uncertain times, it’s that Target will continue to offer buy two, get one free sales on video games, and Amazon will continue to price-match them. These B2G1 sales have become fairly common at the two retailers, offering a nice way to snag a bundle of new games for a fraction of the price. And this week, you can take advantage of the latest B2G1 sale at Amazon, which includes many PS4 and Xbox One games along with a few Switch titles. Unsurprisingly, some of these deals are beginning to sell out, and delivery dates will likely take longer than usual as Amazon prioritizes health and household goods. Be sure to check out Target’s B2G1 sale as well for even more options.

Amazon’s B2G1 sale spans not only video games but toys, board games, electronics, and more. To take advantage of the deal, just add three items from the sale page to your cart. At checkout, you’ll see a “multi-buy discount” that slashes off the price of the cheapest item in your cart. Keep that in mind as you select your three items–it may behoove you to pick three items at similar price tags.

Even though the sale just kicked off on Sunday, the pickings are starting to get slim on Amazon; however, there are still some solid options. Death Stranding is available for just $30, a fantastic price on this single-player adventure game. It’s also one of our picks for the best games to play when you’re social distancing. The Outer Worlds, a fantastic space-faring RPG, is down to $37. You can also snag Catherine: Full Body for $50.78, Metro Exodus for $19, and Monster Hunter World: Iceborne’s Master Edition for $38.49.

If you’re looking for more things to do while stuck inside, be sure to check out the non-video game deals too. Some of the best board and card games are on sale as part of the B2G1 offer, including Betrayal at House on the Hill for $29.49, Codenames for $15.39, and Exploding Kittens for $20.

Best game deals (buy two, get one free)

  • Catherine: Full Body — $50.78 ($60) | PS4
  • Code Vein — $37 ($60) | PS4, Xbox One
  • Darksiders Genesis — $33.88 ($40) | PS4, Xbox One
  • Death Stranding — $30 ($60) | PS4
  • Devil May Cry 5 — $24.44 ($60) | Xbox One
  • Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot — $45 ($60) | PS4, Xbox One
  • The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim – Special Edition — $20 ($40) | PS4, Xbox One
  • Hitman – Definitive Edition — $17 ($30) | PS4, Xbox One
  • Lego DC Super-Villains — $19.68 | PS4, Xbox One, Switch
  • Metro Exodus — $19 ($40) | Xbox One
  • MLB The Show 19 — $30 | PS4
  • Monster Hunter World: Iceborne – Master Edition — $38.49 ($60) | PS4
  • Namco Museum Arcade Pac — $30 ($30) | Switch
  • Nioh 2 — $59.88 | PS4
  • The Outer Worlds — $37 ($60) | PS4, Xbox One
  • Risk of Rain 2 — $17 ($30) | PS4, Xbox One
  • Shenmue III — $25.76 ($60) | PS4
  • Sniper Elite 3 – Ultimate Edition — $35.49 ($40) | Switch
  • Super Monkey Ball: Banana Blitz HD — $28 ($40) | Switch
  • Two Point Hospital — $40 | PS4
  • Wolfenstein: Youngblood – Deluxe Edition — $17 ($40) | PS4
  • Wreckfest — $34 ($40) | PS4

Best Deals This Week

  • Free Games To Claim This Week: Rayman Legends, World War Z, And More
  • Amazon Just Launched A Big Sale On PS4, Switch, And Xbox One Games
  • PS Plus Drops To $40 In Limited-Time PS4 Deal
  • Where To Buy A Nintendo Switch Right Now
  • Fantastic Sale On Steam Games Includes Pre-Order Discounts On Resident Evil 3, Trials Of Mana

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Games Inbox: What video game are you playing most during lockdown?

The Friday Inbox is worried that Microsoft doesn’t have many next gen games ready, as one reader is upset the Quackshot remake isn’t happening.

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Games of the moment
So most people will probably have been in lockdown now for at least two weeks, so I’m curious as to what games everyone’s been playing the most? Not for the first time I wish I had a Switch, because then I could play Animal Crossing: New Horizons, but alas that’s too rich for me, especially given the uncertainty at the moment.

Like many, I’m quite nervous about buying new games at the moment so I’ve decided to skip Resident Evil 3 and will only be sticking with Final Fantasy 7 Remake because, well… it’s Final Fantasy 7. So I haven’t bought anything else this year and have instead found myself going back to Dark Souls to give it another go and also XCOM 2, neither of which I got into the first time.

I bought them originally because of recommendations in the Inbox and I only realised afterwards that they’d probably come back into my head because of again being mentioned here. Although they so seem perfect for the situation at the moment: long games with lots of replayability, that are famously difficult and need a lot of time and attention.

I probably wouldn’t have played them again if not for all this, so I guess there is always a silver lining – assuming I can get into them properly this time.
M83

Infinite launch games
I know Microsoft get a lot of criticism but I’m just going to come out and say it: they deserve a lot of it. So we now have Phil Spencer getting in his excuses early that there’s not going to be any new games except Halo Infinite. They have had the entire generation to get new games ready and they’ve only got one?!

They’ve barely released anything on the Xbox One and I thought the assumption was they were beavering away making sure they hit the ground running with the next gen. Except no, they’re just going to have Halo.

Then he kind of hints that he’d launch the console without it anyway? Why, so everyone can play an upgraded version of Crackdown 3 on the Xbox Series X?! The Xbox One has no games, that’s why it failed and that’s why this new one is going to fail if they don’t get a grip of themselves, sheesh.
Paulson

No bargain
I remember buying Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 for £28 when it was first released. First time I’d bought a Call Of Duty game, as up until then I’d always borrowed them off of friends to play the campaigns.

Can’t honestly recollect a great deal about the campaign itself, but do recall a two or three year love/hate relationship with the multiplayer.

I’m sure I got at least a hundred hours or so out of the online aspect, so definitely got my monies worth, but £20 for just the campaign in 2020, really?! I thought a few years back, before the Call Of Duty 4 remake, that Infinity Ward could do a complete Modern Warfare 2 remake for £20-£25, as Call Of Duty was falling a little out of favour at the time, and this would bring players like me back into it, which it might of at that price.

As for the No Russian level that’s still something that annoys me, and you too seemingly GC, I only ever went through it once to see what it was about but never fired a shot as it was such an atrocious inclusion into the game. As you say: ‘It’s still a disquieting scene but it’s also an outrageously cynical one that was clearly only included in order to create controversy and raise the game’s profile, which worked exactly as planned during the original release.’

Best wishes in these strange times.
NCD
Currently playing: Warframe, Destiny 2, watching Final Fantasy 7 Remake download counter slowly tick down.

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The developers are not the only ones looking forward to the SSD in the PlayStation 5 console. I have been self-isolating due to the coronavirus and have had lots more time than usual to spend on my game backlog.

Been playing The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt and have now reached the expansion packs. When it comes to the main fights with certain characters, until I figure out how to defeat them I’m dying lots of times which means over a minute and a half loading screen each time.

I’ve lost count how many minutes I’ve sat staring at the loading screen waiting for another attempt at defeating the monster/character.

Hopefully this will be a thing of the past soon but I’ll believe it when I see it.
GHH69

Horrible capitalists
Of all the horrible, ill-conceived pranks the games industry can pull on April Fool’s Day (a day I would dearly love to see abandoned forever), the cruellest one I personally saw has to have come from FDG Entertainment, the makers of Monster Boy. Their prank was teasing a remake of Mega Drive classic Quackshot, reworked to tie in with the excellent DuckTales reboot. I knew immediately it was a joke, given the date, but I can’t deny a part of me hoped beyond hope that it was real.

The most heartbreaking thing of all is when it was revealed the next day that this was almost an actual game. FDG apparently pitched the idea to Disney last year, with the concept images as part of said pitch. Unfortunately Disney – most likely because they’re a bunch of horrible capitalists whose only concern is the bottom line – didn’t give them the licence. There’s a petition going around hoping to persuade Disney to change their minds, but I doubt anything will come of it.

It’s such a shame because I love Quackshot and I love the new DuckTales series, and I can’t help but think about what might have been.
Andrew Middlemas

Year in, year out
GC, do you really think they’re going to bring out a new Call Of Duty this year? I mean they’re making so much money from Modern Warfare, why not milk the cow for as much as they can? I never liked any of the Black Ops games, why I don’t know but everyone else did. But why spend all that money when for a tenth of the price you can bring out more stuff and take a hundred times more.

In all honesty I’m getting a bit bored of Call Of Duty. To be honest it’s the same thing over and over again, you either get lagging players, modded pad players, or players that go from corner to corner after each kill. And why bring out a classic game like Modern Warfare 2 yet leave out 90% of the game (multiplayer)?

I’ll be honest, they bring out Modern Warfare 3 with multiplayer I’d buy it like a shot, loved that game. No multiplayer, I’ll keep my money for next gen.
David

GC: There were some earlier rumours that they might skip a new game this year, and it would certainly make sense to us, but at the moment everything points towards Black Ops 5 being released this autumn.

Plot hole
I’m curious if that means Bethesda would’ve cancelled their conference if E3 had been going ahead? Are they implying that three months of developers working from home meant they wouldn’t have had anything in a state close enough to show off? Seems a bit unlikely to me.

There always seemed to be a hole in their release schedule, after Doom Eternal, and now it’s just going to get blamed on the coronavirus when there always was a problem. Not that I care, because I hope they’re taking the time to make a new game engine. If Elder Scrolls 6 isn’t a major leap over Skyrim/Fallout 4 I’m not even going to touch, they’ve had enough time.
Pitt the lesser

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Farting about
Difficulty, like everything else, might be subjective but who’s ever heard of someone playing Dark Souls for the first time and rating it badly because it’s too easy?

I disagree with the common argument that insists the games should have a dedicated easy mode because that isn’t going to affect people who don’t use it. That’s like saying the Mario devs should take time adding a mode where jumping is replaced by farting because some people prefer farts to well defined jump mechanics and it’s up to the people to decide how they want to engage with the games they’ve bought. If elitists want to play the game the way it’s meant to be played they can stick to jump mode and everyone wins.

The point being missed is the Souls games aren’t designed to try and put people off to the extent that progressing through the only mode available becomes some sort of exclusive club. They’re designed so there’s much more meaning instilled in all the levelling systems, every step you take, everything you have equipped, how every square foot of the environment is set out… To deny the opportunity for that meaning to make itself known because some people won’t play the game without a fart… sorry, an easy mode, is to deny the fundamental elements the developers intended to express.

Anyway, I’m off to rewatch my edited cut of The Godfather. I’ve never seen the original because I won’t watch films like that unless all the actors are replaced by Love Island rejects and every second line of the script is replaced by a knock knock joke. Based on what I’ve seen, I regard The Godfather as a pretty average film but thank god for the democratisation of film making.
Panda

Inbox also-rans
Can we just agree that video games companies are useless at release dates? I can’t remember the last time a major games did come out when it was originally intended, even Animal Crossing was meant to be out last year!
Westron

I’m going to be honest and say that Zelda: A Link To The Past map in Animal Crossing is pretty awesome. I’m always amazed at how creative some gamers can be.
Sosti

This week’s Hot Topic
The question for this weekend’s Inbox was suggested by reader Onibee, who asks what do you think, and hope, Nintendo’s next games will be for the Switch?

It’s now six months since they had a general topic Nintendo Direct and there are currently no major new Switch games scheduled for the whole year, so what do you think is going on? Although the coronavirus is exacerbating the situation Nintendo’s secrecy started last year, so why do you think that is?

What new games do you expect to see come out next and what surprises are you hoping for once they are finally announced? What do you think the secrecy is in aid of and what do you think Nintendo should do in order to try and counter the release of the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X?

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Windbound looks like a Moana-meets-Breath-of-the-Wild adventure

With a trailer evoking both Moana and The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Deep Silver and Australia’s 5 Lives Studios announced Windbound for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Windows PC and Xbox One. It launches Aug. 28.

In the game, a young warrior washes ashore on the mysterious Forbidden Islands, where she learns to craft, hunt, adapt, and survive. An accompanying release touted “an immersive sailing experience,” in the gameplay, as well as a procedurally generated world with a dynamic wildlife population.

Scattered about the islands are ruins whose secrets will reveal the lore behind Windbound. 5 Lives promises players will be able to “explore as far as the eye can see,” on a boat that can be custom crafted to suit their needs and playing style.

5 Lives Studios is the developer behind 2015’s Satellite Reign, a crowdfunded spiritual successor to the Syndicate series. (5 Lives’ staff includes alumni of that franchise.)

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  • Switch Lite

    Nintendo Switch consoles are often sold out, but you can still pick up the handheld-only Switch Lite, which is perfect for portable gaming.

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    A Fantastic RTX 2070 Graphics Card Is Discounted Right Now

    With all of the visually stunning games on the way this year, such as Resident Evil 3 and Cyberpunk 2077, upgrading your PC can sound rather enticing, especially now that most of us are stuck inside. Over the past couple of weeks, Newegg has had a number of great deals that help with that, and their latest is one of the best. The Gigabyte RTX 2070 8GB is currently $380 with promo code 4NFJSPC54.

    The RTX 2070 is great for 1440p gaming and shines at 1080p, especially if you’re looking for frame rates that exceed 60 FPS. I currently have a comparable RTX 2070 and run the vast majority of games at High to Ultra settings at 1440p with frame rates ranging from 60-144 FPS. Of course, performance will vary based on the rest of your PC’s hardware. Gigabyte’s RTX 2070 features three DisplayPort outputs and a fourth for HDMI, so make sure you have the appropriate cables if you’re looking to hook up multiple monitors.

    Gigabyte RTX 2070 8GB

    $380 with promo code 4NFJSPC54

    Newegg has a number of other good deals as well. There’s also a great deal on an AMD Ryzen 7 3700X processor for $299, which comes with three months of Xbox Game Pass for PC. Be sure to check out Newegg for the rest of the great PC hardware deals.

    If you’re looking for some games to play on your PC, you should check out all of the free games you can claim right now. Several developers have made their games free to help support those staying at home during the COVID-19 pandemic.

    Best Deals This Week

    • Free Games To Claim This Week: Rayman Legends, World War Z, And More
    • Amazon Just Launched A Big Sale On PS4, Switch, And Xbox One Games
    • PS Plus Drops To $40 In Limited-Time PS4 Deal
    • Where To Buy A Nintendo Switch Right Now
    • Fantastic Sale On Steam Games Includes Pre-Order Discounts On Resident Evil 3, Trials Of Mana

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    Let's Just Take A Minute To Admire This Pixel Art From Chucklefish's New Game

    Indie outfit Chucklefish has unveiled a new isometric artstyle for its supernatural life-sim Witchbrook, and it’s quite a looker. The game previously featured a more-standard top-down style in early screenshots. Here’s a side-by-side comparison:


    Chucklefish is arguably best-known for publishing the farming sim mega-hit Stardew Valley, but its also developed some notable games, such as 2016’s Starbound. The developer first announced Witchbrook back in 2018, and few details have emerged in the intervening years. Recently, it revealed an official website with some more information on the game.

    There’s still no release date in sight yet, and we still don’t know what platforms the game is going to come out for. According to Chucklefish, the game will allow you to immerse yourself as a witch-in-training, complete with a social schedule and classes. It all sounds very Harry Potter, with a bit of Persona and Fire Emblem: Three Houses thrown in.

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    Amazon's Having A Buy Two, Get One Free Sale On PS4, Switch, And Xbox One Games

    If there’s anything we can count on in these uncertain times, it’s that Target will continue to offer buy two, get one free sales on video games, and Amazon will continue to price-match them. These B2G1 sales have become fairly common at the two retailers, offering a nice way to snag a bundle of new games for a fraction of the price. And this week, you can take advantage of the latest B2G1 sale at Amazon, which includes many PS4 and Xbox One games along with a few Switch titles. Unsurprisingly, some of these deals are beginning to sell out, and delivery dates will likely take longer than usual as Amazon prioritizes health and household goods. Be sure to check out Target’s B2G1 sale as well for even more options.

    Amazon’s B2G1 sale spans not only video games but toys, board games, electronics, and more. To take advantage of the deal, just add three items from the sale page to your cart. At checkout, you’ll see a “multi-buy discount” that slashes off the price of the cheapest item in your cart. Keep that in mind as you select your three items–it may behoove you to pick three items at similar price tags.

    Even though the sale just kicked off on Sunday, the pickings are starting to get slim on Amazon; however, there are still some solid options. Death Stranding is available for just $30, a fantastic price on this single-player adventure game. It’s also one of our picks for the best games to play when you’re social distancing. The Outer Worlds, a fantastic space-faring RPG, is down to $37. You can also snag Catherine: Full Body for $50.78, Metro Exodus for $30, and Monster Hunter World: Iceborne’s Master Edition for $38.49.

    If you’re looking for more things to do while stuck inside, be sure to check out the non-video game deals too. Some of the best board and card games are on sale as part of the B2G1 offer, including Betrayal at House on the Hill for $29.49, Codenames for $15.39, and Exploding Kittens for $20.

    Best game deals (buy two, get one free)

    • Catherine: Full Body — $50.78 ($60) | PS4
    • Code Vein — $37 ($60) | PS4, Xbox One
    • Crash Team Racing: Nitro-Fueled — $33.84 ($40) | Switch
    • Darksiders Genesis — $33.88 ($40) | PS4, Xbox One
    • Death Stranding — $30 ($60) | PS4
    • Devil May Cry 5 — $24.44 ($60) | Xbox One
    • Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot — $48.04 ($60) | PS4, Xbox One
    • The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim – Special Edition — $20 ($40) | PS4, Xbox One
    • Hitman – Definitive Edition — $16.97 ($30) | PS4, Xbox One
    • Lego DC Super-Villains — $19.70 | PS4, Xbox One, Switch
    • Metro Exodus — $30 ($40) | Xbox One
    • MLB The Show 19 — $30 | PS4
    • Monster Hunter World: Iceborne – Master Edition — $38.49 ($60) | PS4
    • Namco Museum Arcade Pac — $30 ($30) | Switch
    • Nioh 2 — $59.88 | PS4
    • The Outer Worlds — $37 ($60) | PS4, Xbox One
    • Risk of Rain 2 — $17 ($30) | PS4, Xbox One
    • Shenmue III — $27.49 ($60) | PS4
    • Sniper Elite 3 – Ultimate Edition — $35.49 ($40) | Switch
    • Super Monkey Ball: Banana Blitz HD — $28 ($40) | Switch
    • Two Point Hospital — $40 | PS4
    • Wolfenstein: Youngblood – Deluxe Edition — $17 ($40) | PS4
    • Wreckfest — $34 ($40) | PS4

    Best Deals This Week

    • Free Games To Claim This Week: Rayman Legends, World War Z, And More
    • Amazon Just Launched A Big Sale On PS4, Switch, And Xbox One Games
    • PS Plus Drops To $40 In Limited-Time PS4 Deal
    • Where To Buy A Nintendo Switch Right Now
    • Fantastic Sale On Steam Games Includes Pre-Order Discounts On Resident Evil 3, Trials Of Mana

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    Chloe Ferry: Eating a Cupcake in Lingerie

    Chloe Ferry surprised her fans with a sizzling snap, posing in black Victoria’s Secret underwear. That is not all! In her caption, Chloe announced that she is rewarding a fan with £200 in cash.

    The Gordie Shore star is standing in front of her kitchen counter, holding a delicious cupcake in her hand and is ready to give herself a little sweet treat.

    Ferry tied up her shiny blonde hair into a ponytail and is wearing black glasses, which makes her fans go crazy.

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    💰 £200 CASH GIVEAWAY 💰 . I’ve teamed up with @Keztheguru to give away this fantastic prize £200🤞🏻 . All you have to do is: . 1️⃣ FOLLOW | @Keztheguru . 2️⃣ Like and tag me @Chloegshore1 on @Keztheguru recent post for the chance to win!! . Tag on your story for bonus entries🚨 . Winner announced in 48 hours on my story ( @chloegshore1 ) . GOOD LUCK!🤞🏻💰 #ad

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    Chloe is evidently bored staying at home, so she made a little joke on her Instagram account, posting a video that she captioned: “Hmm, what to wear downstairs today.”

    This fairy blonde is coming out of her room wearing red lacy lingerie, showing off her amazingly shaped body. Her beachy waves make her look even more attractive.

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    Hmm what to wear down stairs today… 👀

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    Hmm what to wear down stairs today… 👀

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    Self-isolation makes this 24-year-old giving all of herself to social media, and this is the right time to check out her latest post.

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    I want you all to my self

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    I want you all to my self

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    Can you tell I like the colour grey?

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    Can you tell I like the colour grey?

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    Stick out your tongue girls wanna have fun👅

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    Pokemon Go Is Getting A Useful New Feature Soon

    Pokemon Go developer Niantic has been making numerous adjustments to the popular AR game as a result of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. In addition to canceling a handful of events that were planned to take place this month (including this week’s Lugia Raid event), the studio has implemented a variety of tweaks to make it easier to play the game from home, like interacting with gyms from farther away, do raid battles from home, and a brand new feature that will help you keep track of what’s happening in the title.

    Niantic is introducing a Today View tab in Pokemon Go. This tab will be located in the same menu as your Field Research and Special Research tasks, and it will make it easier to keep track of what’s currently going on in the game. Among other things, Today View will display ongoing and upcoming in-game events, as well as personal stats, such as your daily streaks and what Pokemon you currently have defending Gyms.

    Niantic hasn’t announced when the Today View tab will go live in Pokemon Go, but it teases that it will be rolled out “soon.” In the meantime, you can read more details about the upcoming feature on the official Pokemon Go website.

    In another attempt to make Pokemon Go easier to play from home, the game is now offering extra bonuses indefinitely. For the time being, you’ll earn triple the normal amount of Stardust and XP for the first Pokemon you catch each day. The gift limit has also been increased; you can now open up to 30 gifts each day and carry up to 20 of them in your inventory. Finally, Niantic is offering a new, 1 PokeCoin bundle in Pokemon Go’s in-game store every day.

    As previously mentioned, Lugia was scheduled to return to Raid Battles this week, but Niantic canceled that event. Instead, players will continue to be able to catch Cobalion as a Go Battle League reward until March 31. The Legendary Pokemon Landorus is slated to make its debut in Pokemon Go that same day, but it’s currently unclear if the ongoing coronavirus situation will affect those plans as well.

    Pokemon Go News

    • Pokemon Go April 2020 Events Include Shadow Entei, Alolan Exeggutor, And More
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