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  • E3 is always one of the biggest weeks of the year for game announcements, details and trailers. To get warmed up, New Atlas is diving into the crazy rumors, confirmed appearances and potential wild-cards of this year’s E3 expo.
  • Microsoft's worst-kept secret has finally been made official: a disc-less Xbox One S console will be released next month. The company calls it the Xbox One S All-Digital Edition, and it will come with three major games pre-installed.
  • ​​Black Ops 4, the latest game in the relentless Call of Duty franchise will make its battle royale mode Blackout free to play for a week, starting on Thursday.
  • This year shows all the signs of another bumper year for gaming, so this in mind, let's take a look forward to some of the most hotly-anticipated games of the year. (With any luck, some of them will even turn out to be good!)
  • Treasure hunting in Red Dead Redemption 2 involves decrypting hand-drawn maps, and one of the earliest you can find is the loot of the Jack Hall Gang. Here, New Atlas runs you through how to find and follow each of the three treasure maps on the trail of the Jack Hall Gang.
  • Microsoft seems to be going all-in merging console and PC gaming, and last month announced that keyboard and mouse compatibility was coming to the Xbox One. Razer is the first manufacturer to come to the table, announcing a wireless keyboard-and-mouse combo called the Razer Turret for Xbox One.
  • It's been a pretty great year for games. The Xbox One and PlayStation 4 are being pushed to their limits, while Nintendo’s quirky Switch injects its usual fun, fresh take on things. New Atlas rounds up our favorite games of 2018, including new blockbusters, solid remakes and surprise underdogs.
  • Although the wilds of Red Dead Redemption 2 are crawling with critters to hunt for food, sport and gear, the Legendary Animals are the most elusive, most challenging, and most rewarding. Here, we'll run through how to find and hunt the Legendary Coyote – and what to do with its pelt.
  • The holiday break is the best time to catch up on all the games you might have missed this year, or even splash out on a new console. We’ve rounded up the best deals on consoles, games and accessories for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch.
  • Although the wilds of Red Dead Redemption 2 are crawling with critters to hunt for food, sport and gear, the Legendary Animals are the most elusive, most challenging, and most rewarding. Here, we’ll run through how to find and hunt the Legendary Fox – and what to do with its pelt.
  • Hot on the heels of Google’s announcement last week of Project Stream, Microsoft has now revealed its own plans for a video game streaming service. Dubbed Project xCloud, the service would allow players to jump into an Xbox One game on basically any device – be it a TV, PC, or even a smartphone.
  • Sony has announced that it will now allow cross-format multiplayer gaming on PlayStation 4, meaning that its customers will now be able to play online multiplayer with friends on other formats. Inspired by the news, let's look at five other examples of major tech-industry u-turns.