Fallout 76 got a new update this week adding a manual in-game camera. The game technically already has a camera mode, but this way feels a little more personal. Of course you’ll have to find plans for the camera and than craft it first. Here’s a helpful map of where it spawns.

Anthem’s latest update is live and corrects some of the smaller problems players have been having with loot. Players will no longer get loot for Javelins different from the one they’re using and Elysian Cache items now immediately appear in players’ inventories. The newsfeed, which had been blank, is also fixed.

Dead Cells got a huge new update on PS4, Xbox One, and Switch today. In addition to addition to tweaking the difficulty and adding a new mode for creating custom runs, the update also claims to bring 60fps to the Switch version. The full list of changes is worth checking out.

Fallout 76's patch 5 goes live today bringing a ton of much needed balance changes. In addition to reducing the damage bonuses for explosive and two shot mods by more than half, players are now limited to carrying no more than 1,500 pounds over their weight limit and Bobblehead effects no longer stack. 

Halo: The Master Chief Collection got a nice big update yesterday fixing some things and adding others. Chief among the new stuff are extra skulls for Halo: Combat Evolved and options for making the aiming in the old games more like Halo 5.

Dota 2's massive 7.20 update recently went live, completely changing the game yet again. The map has been reworked with new paths, there’s a dedicated item spot for Town Portal Scrolls, and a ton of heroes have had abilities reworked or changed altogether. Meanwhile, the Dota 2 card game Artifact releases next week. 

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