Top Video Game News 12.04.2013

Today is the 4th of December, 2013 and we've gathered some of the most interesting video gaming news for your reading pleasure. Go ahead and check out our daily digest!

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 690 made from Lego blocks


A fan from China assembled GeForce GTX 690 out of Lego blocks. It took more than 11,000 units. The result is quite outstanding.



New Trailer for The Elder Scrolls Online


The first expansion pack with guns for Payday 2 to be released on December the 5th


Payday 2 developers decided to release another DLC in the form of a new murder weapons. Players will have an access to free guns as well as paid ones. The price of DLC will be revealed on December the 5th.

Spec Ops: The Line developers create the next generation free-to-play game

Yager plans to develop a free-to-play game of the new generation. Information about the vacancies appeared on the official site of the studio, which mentions an AAA project.

Splinter Cell: Blacklist developers deny charges that they made ​​the game look like a shooter

It's no secret that Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Blacklist became a rather controversial game. Many fans of the previous Splinter Cell games accused developers that they made ​​the game look like a shooter. Ubisoft Toronto representatives do not agree with this view and claim that they haven't made any changes with the core of the game.

Avalanche Studios: video hints on Just Cause 3

DICE said that 64 players online is better than 1080p

DICE said that developers sacrificed 1080p resolution on next-generation consoles so that the game would be stable at 60 FPS with 64 players in Battlefield 4.

Intro video for Gran Turismo 6


Valve joins the Linux Foundation

Valve recently announced its plans to expand Steam Machines, which will run on Linux-based Steam OS.

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