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Bethesda details Rage 2’s 2019 roadmap

Rage 2 is scheduled to be released on 14th May, but Bethesda has already outlined their plans for the post-apocalyptic shooter’s additional content.

On the official website, Bethesda claims, “the party doesn’t stop when Rage 2 launches on May 14. With events, community challenges, new vehicles, additional enemies, new Cheats, and two huge expansions, Rage 2’s calendar is pretty packed for the rest of 2019.”

You can check out the roadmap here…

Beginning launch week, Bethesda will add free new content including community challenges, world events, weapon skins, and cheat codes from the game’s release in May until the Fall. However, in August and towards the end of the year, two major expansions will be released which will add a new story, enemy faction, weapons, abilities, vehicles, and new areas to explore. There is no current pricing on these expansions as of yet.

See Also: Watch the Rage 2 launch trailer

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Guitar Hero Live Release Date Announced For October, New Trailer Showcases Ghtv Feature

Ensuring that Harmonix and its reinvigorated Rock Band 4 doesn’t steal all of the limelight in October, Activision has today confirmed that Guitar Hero Live – its own modernized take on the musical genre – will debut across PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, Xbox 360 and Wii U on October 20.

According to the publisher, the base game and the all-new guitar controller will be bundled together for $99, and in the above trailer we see how the revised peripheral is changing things up in FreeStyle Games’ upcoming reboot. Guitar Hero TV, for instance, is an always-online mode that will provide fans with a continually-updated roster of musical videos to rock along to, and this playlist will boast the latest in greatest songs storming up the charts.

Not only that, but Ghtv will allow budding rockstars to compete with friends and online companions over the interwebs or, if you want to hone your rocking skills on your lonesome,
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2013 Emmys Recap: Nph, Liberace, And Saint Merritt Wever

Well, that was… oddly somber!

Though the 2013 Emmy Awards gave us more than a few unexpected triumphs, the Twitter consensus is correct: The ceremony felt sad, and that’s because the otherwise rapid-fire award handout was stopped in its tracks every 15 minutes by a new “In Memoriam” tribute.

Edie Falco toasted James Gandolfini and cried. Jane Lynch (looking fabulous) toasted Cory Monteith and teared up. Robin Williams trembled through a Jonathan Winters memorial. Michael J. Fox told us about the Family Ties creator who changed his life. Rob Reiner lamented Jean Stapleton‘s death by comparing it to her character Edith Bunker‘s demise in the early ’80s. That was like a double death. Then we had a full-length “In Memoriam” reel on top of it all where we had to think about Larry Hagman‘s late studliness too. Oh, mortality! Because we could not stop for Death, He kindly
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