Call of Duty: Ghosts limited editions include DLC Season Pass

DlCentral Fresh Gaming Latest News: Hardened and Prestige Editions price and content info, available to pre-order now

Two Call of Duty: Ghosts limited editions – Hardened and Prestige – are available to pre-order from retailers now, with both choices offering the DLC Season Pass as part of the package, along with a selection of other downloadable and digital content. The Call of Duty: Ghosts DLC Season Pass covers four map packs, which Activision promises will be ‘mammoth’, as well as a Bonus Team Leader Digital Pack, which offers an exclusive character for use in multiplayer. On its own the DLC Season Pass is priced $49.99/4000MSP (£34.27/€48.00/$50.00).

Full list of content for both the Hardened and Prestige Editions after the trailer:

Hardened Edition (£89.99/$119.99):

  • Collectible Steelbook featuring premium artwork
  • Downloadable bonus multiplayer map ‘Free Fall’
  • Bonus Collector’s Edition Digital Content – in-game player patch, player card and background
  • Season Pass for all 4 DLC Map Packs, and Bonus Team Leader
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Battlefield 4 DLC is A Timed Exclusive on Xbox One

DLCentral fresh gaming news: Second Assault arrives first for Microsoft

EA and Microsoft have announced at E3 that Battlefield 4′s Second Assault DLC will arrive first on Xbox One. The news is sure to be a kick to the stones of Sony who tied up timed exclusives for Battlefield 3 on PS3, but shows that Microsoft are intent on dragging gamers into their next-gen wares first. It will drop on PS4 eventually, mind.

The Second Assault pack will include four undisclosed fan favourite maps from Battlefield 3, and as far as details go, that’s your lot. We’ll hound EA to reveal more ASAP, but until then, enjoy this gameplay footage from a mission called Angry Sea. You’ll soon see why it’s called this……

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Warframe Free-to-play Space Ninjas Shooter is on PS4

The best gaming news website DLCentral discovers that publisher and developer Digital Extremes has revealed that its free-to-play PVE shooter, Warframe, will be a PlayStation 4 launch title.

Already available on PC, Warframe will be free to download, instead making its money from micro-transactions. Players will be able buy parts, weapons, and the titular ‘Warframes’, aka the customizable exo-armour worn by the space ninjas (aka the Tenno), using Credits, which can be earned in-game by completing missions etc., or Platinum, which must be purchased with real-world money.

As you can probably deduce from the trailer, Warframe is co-op and supports up to four players. And because its space ninjas, there’s also an element of acrobatic free-running involved as well as the third-person shooting and slashing. Each space ninja’s abilities and skills are determined by the Warframe they’re wearing – the techno-suits are customizable and offer boosts such as increased speed, shooting accuracy, and shield regeneration.

Warframe joins Planetside 2, DC

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Injustice: Gods Among Us – history of General Zod video

DLCentral Breaking News: Nintendo console gets characters, skin packs, and updates on US eShop

After being previously pencilled in with nothing more specific than a ‘summer’ release date, there’s been a big delivery of Injustice: Gods Among Us DLC on the Wii U eShop. Currently it’s US only, although we’ve contacted Injustice publisher Warner Bros to find out if/when the content will be available in the UK and the rest of Europe, and will update this story as soon as we have a response. In the meantime, while you wait for Injustice: Gods Among Us to become available in your region, you can play exciting games at You will receive a casino bonus, ensuring that you don’t have to spend a dollar of your own.

Here’s the complete list of Injustice DLC content currently available on the US Wii U eShop (note that the free skins are added automatically when the game updates:

  • Classic Ares skin: FREE
  • Containment
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Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag

‎The tireless forge of Ubisoft unveils its latest generation console video game proposing his last opera, ‎‎Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag‎‎, in a revised key in its version for Xbox One. Curious about what has changed and what doesn’t than the Xbox 360 counterpart? Then equip yourself with armrests or life preserver and embark in our review: all aboard, ahrrrr! ‎

‎Please note: this review has many parts in common with that which we have already published for Xbox 360 gameplay and content level, since the two versions are identical: the only differences lie in the treatment of the technical aspect, where you can Learn how differs the Xbox One version than the 360. If you had already read the previous review, you can then focus solely on performance parts play techniques.‎‎ ‎
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‎ Much has changed since the events of Assassin’s Creed III: the Abstergo Industries evolved, expanding to the world of entertainment …

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Super Mario 3D World

‎‎Neither the ad nor the subsequent test during the Nintendo Direct on the showfloor impressed us, leaving us instead the feel of a “minor” episode voted more three-dimensional to the declination in New Super Mario multiplayer formula Bros. that the fulfillment of the desire to single player “the Galaxy” that many fans were trying. Nevertheless, a partial excuse, that the House of Kyoto took its: before choosing to abandon the “feast” of the classic La-based Conference in favor of a more concise and sober Direct, then install demo not able to give the perspective of the real value of Super Mario 3D World. But, looking at the glass half full, it is also true that in this manner we throughly enjoyed the pleasure of discovery, enthusiasm across the total reversal of the convictions that we have grasped the GamePad for the first time, addressing the 1-1 level, without imagining what would have been the beginning of an amazing journey …

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Metal Gear Solid V: 16 things you missed in the trailer because you got drunk

As you may or may not know, legendary Japanese game developer Hideo Kojimer has revealed Metal Gear Solids: The Phantom Menace via the medium of a spectacular trailer. The game will be a tactical espionage hospital drama, like Scrubs, or Casualty, or ER, or Doogie Howser MD. You may have seen the trailer, but have you really seen the trailer, like really looked at it closely into the bits you can’t actually see? Probably not. So before we continue, look at the trailer here:

Now that you’ve ‘seen’ the trailer, here are 16 things you didn’t see in the trailer because you got drunk or passed out or something happened to you which incapacitated your eyes and diminished your ability to see. Lucky for you we know pretty much everything there is to know about Metal Gear Solids. Here’s what you missed:

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10 simple tips to being a much healthier gamer

If you thought being a gamer and having a healthy lifestyle were two incompatible things like fish and air then you’ve been thinking about it all wrong. Lucky for your heart and other vital organs we’re here to help. Behold 10 simple tips to being a much healthier gamer…

1. Do some push-ups or squat-thrusts while game data is installing or when you’re waiting in an online lobby

2. Before changing game discs do some gentle warm-up exercises to lower the risk of injury

3. Try jogging on the sofa instead of just sitting on it when playing a game

4. Place your gaming console on a high shelf – stretching increases blood flow and is good for the brain

5. Hang a bag of satsumas from your controller to help develop and strengthen arm muscle

6. A gyroscope makes a healthy alternative to playing on a sofa or beanbag and also makes games more challenging!

7. Sunlight gives you

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