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Microsoft Has Made a ’10-Year Commitment’ to Bring Call of Duty to Nintendo Consoles – IGN.com

Microsoft’s Xbox boss, Phil Spencer, has announced a new deal to bring Activision’s Call of Duty franchise to Nintendo consoles once the acquisition is complete. The last mainline Call of Duty game available on a Nintendo console was Call of Duty: Ghosts in 2013.

Overwatch 2’s season 2 battle pass goes live: here’s what’s in it – Polygon.com

Season 2 of Overwatch 2 has begun and brings with it a new hero and battle pass. This season sees the introduction of a new tank, Ramattra, a new escort map named Shambali, and 80 tiers of unlockable items through the new battle pass system.

Fortnite Chapter 4 debuts with Unreal Engine 5.1 – VentureBeat.com

Fortnite Battle Royale launched its 4th chapter on Sunday and moved to the Unreal 5.1 engine. Under-the-hood improvements in Unreal 5 give Fortnite a generational leap in graphics fidelity on next-gen consoles and PCs with new global illumination and lighting effects, shadows, and micro-polygon animations.

Epic adds new for-kids accounts in Fortnite, Rocket League, and Fall Guys – TheVerge.com

Epic is improving child safety controls in three of its popular online multiplayer games with new “cabined accounts.” Children below the age of digital consent (13 in the US) will be able to make accounts and play Fortnite, Rocket League, and Fall Guys without the inherent dangers of chat, cash transactions, and potentially dangerous third-party titles from the Epic Games store.