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-- 14 Oct 2021
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FFXIV Housing Lottery Details, Call of Duty Vanguard Zombies, System Shock Live Action | Gaming News






System Shock Live Action

Hello guys and welcome to the Gaming News for 14 Oct 2021. System Shock is going to be getting a live action TV show adaptation on the streaming service Binge. System Shock was a Sci-Fi thriller type game that came out back in 1994. I used to find it very scary back then but I mean I was ten. And recently the game itself is getting some love in form of a remake as well. It's interesting to see old games coming back to life in different ways, that's for sure. We will see how this live action show turns out.

Call of Duty Vanguard Zombies

The next bit of news for today is Call of Duty Vanguard will be getting a zombie mode and the developer of the game are going to be announcing it via a trailer at 4:00 p.m. UK time today or 11:00 a.m. Eastern, which is 2 hours from now. We will see what they announce for it, if it's any different. If you're into zombie mode in Call of Duty games know that that is coming and the details of it will be released very soon.

FFXIV Housing Lottery Details

And then the last bit of news for today is Naoki Yoshida has explained many details about Endwalker because the press tour embargo lifted yesterday. But one of the key things that he detailed yesterday was about our housing lottery system. He explains how players, rather than hundreds of players standing around the housing board spamming it and waiting to hope to get a house, they will be able to put a deposit down and then hope they're selected in a housing lottery depending on if the house is made available for the lottery or if it's just ready to be sold manually depends on the region. It depends on the server and stuff like that, but they are bringing that system in to try and make things easier. And if you put a deposit down and you don't get the house, you'll get your deposit back so you won't lose anything in the long run. And they said as well that apparently if you put a deposit down for a house with absolutely no intention of actually buying it, there will be a penalty for that as well. Anyway guys, that's it for the Gaming News for today. Thank you so much as always to all the new followers coming on to the feed. I see you and I will see you tomorrow. Thanks guys. Bye bye.

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