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Battlefield Hardline's upcoming DLC, titled Criminal Activity, received a brand new trailer a few days ago and it's packed full of some pretty cool new content. Players who purchase Criminal Activity will receive four new maps, four new weapons, a "powerful new gadget," two new attachments, two new vehicles, a new game mode, and six new masks. The trailer itself focuses on the "bad guys" and their rebellious mentality toward the coppers. You'll even notice that Isaac Clarke's engineering helmet from Dead Space makes a cameo appearance. Check it out after the jump.

If you were hoping to grab a copy of Mortal Kombat X for the Xbox 360 or PlayStation 3, you may have to wait a bit longer. Several GameStop employees have reported to Kotaku that Warner Bros. has delayed Mortal Kombat X from a summer release to the fall. If you take a gander at GameStop's website, you can see that the retail giant has also switched the release date to a placeholder date of 12/31/15.

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Sony has just announced June's lineup of titles that will be available for free for PlayStation Plus members.

June's PlayStation Plus lineup includes Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes and Skulls of the Shogun: Bone-A-Fide Edition for PlayStation 4, Call of Juarez: Gunslinger and Cloudberry Kingdom for PlayStation 3, and Futuridium EP Deluxe and Super Exploding Zoo for both Vita and PlayStation 4. All of these titles will be available for free for PlayStation Plus members beginning on June 2nd.

The weekly hardware and software sales data from Japan is in, courtesy of Media Create, and CD Projekt Red's latest game is a hit. The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt opened at number one in Japan with 67,385 sales. This was essentially the only highlight of the week in the Japanese market, as no other new game was able to top 10,000 sales, and older titles like Animal Crossing: New Leaf and Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate cracked the top twenty in the absence of strong-selling new software. Hardware sales were underwhelming as well, with no platform breaking 20,000 sales for the week. Click below for the full breakdown.

Ten more tracks for Guitar Hero Live have been announced, and they include such artists as Tenacious D, Rise Against, and Anthrax.

The newest entry in the Guitar Hero franchise—coming to Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and Wii U—already has 40+ confirmed tracks, and the announcement today puts that number well over 50. The confirmed track listing thus far comprises the genres rock, alternative, hardcore, heavy metal, and more.

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Capcom recently remastered Resident Evil, bringing the game that kickstarted the survival-horror genre into HD for the first time. Resident Evil HD Remaster was met with very positive review scores, and it recently eclipsed the 1 million sales mark. Following this success, Capcom has announced that Resident Evil Zero will also be getting an HD remaster.

Resident Evil Zero HD Remaster will launch on PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, and PC in early 2016. A few images have been released, and some members of the development team have released a video to introduce the game. You can check it all out by clicking below!

Last month, EA officially unveiled Madden NFL 16 with an August 25th release date. The newest iteration of Madden looks better than ever, featuring improved player likenesses and lighting. Additionally, there are more two-man interactions than ever before, allowing for more realistic battles between receivers and defensive backs. Body-relative passing has been improved as well, allowing you to throw the ball where only your receiver can reach. You can check out a new batch of screenshots by clicking below!

Popular graphic adventure developer Telltale Games has a lot of news today! In addition to unveiling a new trailer for Game of Thrones Episode 4, they've added some more voice acting talent to their roster. Ashley Johnson, the award-winning voice actress who played Ellie in The Last of Us, will be playing a "very core" character in Tales from the Borderlands' third episode. Unfortunately we don't know who she'll be playing, but we can undoubtedly expect a strong performance.

Telltale Games has made a name for itself with its critically-acclaimed graphic adventures, and they're furthering that reputation with their latest venture, Game of Thrones. Episode 4, Sons of Winter, will be launching across Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, PC, Mac, and Android and iOS devices over the course of the next week. You can check out the newest trailer by clicking below!

The excitement around Guitar Hero Live is building after the reveal of ten more tracks. Guitar Hero has been doing "Tracklist Tuesday" on their Facebook page for the past two weeks, gradually revealing which tracks will be in the the new game. This week's tracks will join the 20+ songs revealed so far which include songs by the Red Hot Chilli Peppers, The Black Keys, Judas Priest, and Rage Against the Machine.

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Warner Bros. announced earlier today that LEGO Dimensions will be getting a dose of expansion packs in the first half of 2016. These packs draw from already-announced collections, such as DC Comics, Back to the Future, and Ninjago. Familiar characters such as Joker, Harley Quinn, Doc Brown, and Aquaman are among those included in these packs. The expansions also include vehicles, abilities, and more! A total of seven of these figures can be brought into a game at once, and these figures can be used in anywhere in the game with no restrictions.

A little over a year ago, Take-Two President Karl Slatoff indicated that Grand Theft Auto V would receive story mode DLC, but so far we've yet to see it. During Take-Two's recent earning's call, CEO and chairman Strauss Zelnick was asked about this, and in turn responded "We haven’t discussed any story-based downloadable content." While we're not sure if story DLC will ever happen, Take-Two Vice President Alan Lewis did comment to confirm that Zelnick misspoke, and that Rockstar had previously mentioned story mode DLC. Hit the jump for the statement.

Last month, Warner Bros. unveiled LEGO Dimensions, a game that combines real-life LEGO building with video game fun. LEGO Dimensions allows players to experience multiple game worlds, including a LEGO version of Back to the Future. In that spirit, Warner Bros. has released a new commercial for the game starring "Doc Brown," Christopher Lloyd himself! Click below to check it out.

Resident Evil creator Shinji Mikami set out to put the "horror" back in survival-horror with his new IP, The Evil Within, and the reception has been largely positive. The Evil Within launched last October, but the game is still going strong thanks to DLC updates. The latest addition, The Executioner, launches on May 26 and puts players in the shoes of The Keeper. You can check it out by clicking below!

The weekly hardware and software sales numbers for Japan are in, courtesy of Media Create, and it's been a disappointing week in Japan. The PlayStation 4 version of Final Fantasy X | X-2 HD Remaster took the top software spot, but with only 15,913 units sold, and only two other games managed to break 10,000 sales for the week.

Hardware sales were disappointing as well, as every single dedicated game device saw declined sales from the previous week, and no platform managed to break 20,000 sales for the week. It looks like the Japanese market is in desperate need of some new games! Click below to check out the numbers for the week.