Destiny 2’s Next Exotic Quest, Leviathan’s Breath, Starts Tuesday

Destiny 2’s Season of the Undying continues to unfold week by week, and more new content is on its way with the next weekly reset. We’re seeing the toughest waves of the Shadowkeep expansion’s Nightmare Hunt activity showing up, as well as a new quest for a rare and unique Exotic weapon: Leviathan’s Breath. Bungie

One Of 2019’s Best Games Is Free To Play This Weekend

Ubisoft is celebrating The Division 2’s Episode 2 arrival by offering a free-to-play weekend through Sunday, October 20 on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. To take part in the fun on Xbox One, you need an Xbox Live Gold or Game Pass Ultimate subscription. PS4 players don’t need an active PlayStation Plus subscription, though. PC

Here’s How Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare’s Multiplayer Progression Works

Activision has divulged details about Call of Duty: Modern Warfare’s multiplayer progression system. While it sounds fairly straightforward, developer Infinity Ward has implemented a new way to rank up. The publisher shared a blog post outlining how player progression works when Modern Warfare launches on October 25 for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. Modern

Game Pass Subscribers Play More Games and More Genres

Xbox Game Pass is actually encouraging players to buy more games in more genres, according to Microsoft. ID@Xbox lead Agostino Simonetta said that the service is dramatically increasing engagement, even outside the ecosystem of Game Pass itself. GamesIndustry.biz reports that Simonetta’s comments came at its GI Investment Summit in London. Among the facts and figures,

Get A $25 Gift Card When Buying A Nintendo Switch At Target

We highlighted a $25 off Nintendo Switch deal at Amazon yesterday. Sadly, that deal is gone, but you can still take advantage of a nice Nintendo Switch promotion at Target. If you buy the new model Nintendo Switch at Target at full price ($300), either online or in-store, you’ll get a $25 gift card. The

Capcom Taking Wait-And-See Approach On Streaming Platforms

Capcom has dabbled in cloud streaming, but as we prepare for more services to launch in earnest, the company says it’s taking a cautious approach. In a financial statement, president and COO Haruhiro Tsujimoto said it’s watching to see how these platforms catch on before jumping in. In the statement, Tsujimoto noted the advent of