The not-so-ordinary marketing campaign for Deus Ex: Mankind Divided has now moved into live-action trailers, it seems. However, whereas most live-action trailers are just meant as a cool thing to ogle until a gameplay video comes out, this one, dubbed "The Mechanical Apartheid," actually manages to tell a fairly compelling tale of love and segregation. The video opens up on the evolving world, where augmented and normal folks live together harmoniously.

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During Ubisoft's press conference at last year's E3, Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Wildlands was revealed to the public, promising the largest open world that Ubisoft has ever created. Earlier today, Ubisoft released a brand new trailer for Ghost Recon: Wildlands that showcases the game's open world and gameplay. In Wildlands, you play as a Ghost who is sent on missions to break up cartels and save the people from Santa Blanca's nefarious leader.

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Last month, we learned that Telltale would be publishing a zombie survival game developed by The Fun Pimps called 7 Days to Die for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. While we knew that the game would be coming sometime next month, Telltale has now announced an exact release date for the game. 7 Days to Die is releasing on June 28th, and it will be available both digitally and physically on PS4 and Xbox One. You can preorder the game to get five character skins based on characters from Telltale's The Walking Dead games, including Season 1 protagonist Lee and miniseries protagonist Michonne. Head inside to check out an interview with the game's developers!

Minecraft is the ultimate sandbox game, and many fans have taken advantage of that freedom and the game's vast arsenal of assets to create mini games and competitive events. Microsoft has been paying attention to the creative ideas that the Minecraft community has spawned, and they've decided to join in on the fun and make it official.

Microsoft announced today that they are going to start rolling out new mini games on the console versions of Minecraft, giving players the ability to enjoy "competitions with tailor-made rulesets, so you can have fun straight away without having to fuss around with manual count-downs, laboriously prep loot chests or keep score." The first new mode on the way is called Battle, and it will be available sometime next month. You can check out 20 minutes of footage and more details by clicking below!

For those agents who have already completed their assignments in Paris and Sapienza, you're about to get a dossier for Morrocco. Hitman's third episode, set in Marrakesh, will launch in a few days on May 31st. Marrakesh was designed to be full of life, while giving agents a wide variety of things to do. IO Interactive promises that both targets in the story mission will be challenging to reach (one is in the Swedish Consulate), though will have some special moments attached to them. In addition to the story mission, Marrakesh will also be available for player-made Contracts, Escalation Contracts, and Elusive Targets.

Yesterday, Kotaku and Polygon dropped a bombshell by reporting that Microsoft will unveil two new versions of Xbox One at E3. According to their sources, Microsoft will unveil a smaller, cheaper version of the current Xbox One, as well as a new model that's packing four times as much power. This is all said to be part of Microsoft's plans to converge Xbox One and Windows, essentially treating them as a single platform in the future.

As a big step in this plan, Kotaku reports that Microsoft is planning to release future games on both Xbox One and PC, including their flagship Halo titles. Microsoft has been slowly releasing some Xbox One titles on Windows 10, and it looks like they plan to ramp this up substantially in the future, bringing even their most important Xbox exclusive titles to PC.

According to sources close to both Kotaku and Polygon, Microsoft will be announcing two new Xbox One models at E3 this year. The first, code named "Scorpio," will reportedly be over four times more powerful than the current Xbox One hardware and is being announced at E3 in response to reports of a new PlayStation 4 model. It will also reportedly have a more powerful GPU that is capable of supporting 4K gaming; it is also supposed to be "technically capable" of supporting the Oculus Rift, but Microsoft is still in talks with Oculus for a partnership. Head inside to find out about the second new model!

Mirror's Edge Catalyst is about to be released in two weeks, and EA decided to ride that wave of hype by announcing a Mirror's Edge TV series. President of Endemol Shine Studios Sharon Hall helped announce the news today and expressed her excitement for the upcoming show. Endemol Shine Studios worked on a number of television series, including Hell on Wheels, Big Brother, The Biggest Loser, and MasterChef.

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Star Wars: The Force Awakens was one of the biggest movies in the world last year, and soon it will be the latest in the lineup of popular LEGO video games. Releasing on June 28th, LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens lends the constructive fun of LEGOs to the iconic characters and settings of Star Wars, and it will even include new story information that wasn't in the movie! Warner Bros. recently kicked off a new series of character vignettes with a video that starred Poe Dameron, and today they're back with a new video that focuses on Stormtrooper-turned-rebel Finn. You can check it out by clicking below!

Redditor ilovegoogleglass has leaked what could be information regarding Titanfall 2, the sequel to 2014's Titanfall. Among the information he posted is a possible release date of some time in October, a supposed poster for the game, and a few tips about what new elements can be expected.

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The Legend of Zelda series has been a major influence in the video game industry for decades, inspiring countless developers. Among them is Ludosity, the Swedish indie developer behind Ittle Dew. The game stars the titular adventurer Ittle Dew and her magical fox Tippsie on an adventure filled with zany enemies, clever puzzles, and lots of loot, and Ludosity recently revealed that a sequel is on the way. Since then, they've revealed more details about the game in a devblog hosted by publisher Nicalis.

Ittle Dew 2 will stick to its formula of having four weapons that are heavily utilized as puzzle-solving tools, but there will be more robust gameplay behind the puzzles. Due to overwhelming demand from fans, combat is a bigger part of the experience. Exploration will play a bigger role too, as there will now be seven dungeons that players can explore in any order. If these improvements shape up the way they sound, Ittle Dew 2 is poised to be a must-have for Zelda fans. Unfortunately for Wii U owners, the game is currently only slated to launch on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

Overwatch fan Zak552 recently posted a heartfelt message on Reddit praising Blizzard for the game's accessibility. Zak suffers from cerebral palsy, so he could never play a game that required multiple buttons to be pressed at the same time. Overwatch's highly customizable controls finally allowed him to do so.

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The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt's final expansion, Blood and Wine, has received a launch trailer which offers insight into the new story content. Using a combination of cutscenes and gameplay, the trailer shows off the new location of Toussaint, an additional game world roughly the size of Velen. Geralt has a myriad of new quests to complete and mysteries to be solved in this new land, which—judging by the trailer—includes lots and lots of vampires. Make the jump to view the full trailer.

After several delays, Mirror's Edge Catalyst will finally be upon us in two weeks, as it launches on June 7th in North America and on June 9th in Europe for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC. EA might have been more than a little enthusiastic about that prospect, as they have already released the game's launch trailer. The video gives us a great overview of everything the game has to offer, from the beautiful setting of the City of Glass, to the intense parkour gameplay, to the story that drives the whole game forward.

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From guitar controllers to voice commands, many people have taken on Bloodborne and the Dark Souls series in some unconventional ways. Now, footage of somebody defeating the first boss in Dark Souls III with nothing but a Dance Dance Revolution dance pad controller has surfaced online. Twitch streamer Rudeism, who once danced his way to level 100 in World of Warcraft, took on the challenge. The dance master said that it took him nearly 30 tries to take down the boss. You can check out the epic dance battle for yourself after the jump!