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Destiny Multiplayer, EverQuest 2 Prison Server & Metal Gear Solid 5

August 20, 2015

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In video game news this week, we’re going to get our first look at the Destiny multiplayer mode from the upcoming expansion Taken King. We’re also learning about the new “prison server” Daybreak Games is setting up for cheaters in EverQuest 2. Metal Gear Solid 5 has a new trailer and we have it for you right here. Check out this week’s video game news below!

Destiny Multiplayer Mode Preview Saturday

Excited for the new Destiny multiplayer mode? Dying to see it in action? Well, you’re going to get an early look at Rift, which is coming along with the Taken King expansion. As part of a Red Bull livestream on August 22 at 10am PST/1pm EST, pro-gamer Mike "Flamesword" Chaves will take part in the first PvP event for Rift, hosted by Bungie’s David ‘Deej’ Dauge and designer Lars Bakken. You can watch through the Red Bull Twitch channel.

Get your first look at Destiny’s multiplayer mode!Get your first look at Destiny’s multiplayer mode!Courtesy of Bungie

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Cheaters Go to a Prison Server Now in EverQuest 2

Think you can get away with cheating in EverQuest 2? Not anymore! Daybreak Games is launching a prison server where cheaters will be sent. If you get caught cheating or messing with Daybreak software in any way, customer service employees will send you straight to ‘Drunder,’ which is what it’s being called. You’ll never be able to leave. (You can check out the cheating policy here. Want to check it out? Even if you’re not banned, you can request a trip there, but it will be one-way. All of your character will end up there, and Drunder will have no customer support. It’s a land of lawlessness, you guys!

Don’t cheat in EverQuest 2 or you’ll go to jail!Don’t cheat in EverQuest 2 or you’ll go to jail!Courtesy of Daybreak Games

Metal Gear Solid 5 Trailer

The Japanese trailer for Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain has been released by Sony, giving us a look at what’s coming. It’s a pretty cool trailer for what is the conclusion of the series. The game launches on September 1 for PC, Xbox One, Xbox 360 PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3. The online competitive element will hit on October 6 for consoles and in January of 2016 for PC. Check it out!

Check out what’s coming for Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom PainCheck out what’s coming for Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom PainCourtesy of Sony

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Have Your Say

Will you be watching the reveal of Destiny’s multiplayer mode? Do you want to check out the EverQuest 2 prison server just a little bit? What did you think of the Metal Gear Solid 5 trailer? Let us know in the comments!