Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War Beta Details Reportedly Leaked

New Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War Beta details have reportedly leaked, possibly providing PS4, Xbox One, and PC players insight into the beta arriving this week. More specifically, a new leak purports to reveal all of the multiplayer maps featured in the beta, which will reportedly have different maps than last month's Alpha, though will still be far from content complete in regards to the total number of maps.

Last month's Alpha notably came with six games modes than spanned across five maps: Armada, Crossroads, Miami, Moscow, and Satellite. For the Beta, it looks like Miami, Moscow, and Satellite will be back alongside Cartel, Black Sea, and Tundra, which appear to be three brand new maps. In other words, if you're hoping to see some classic Black Ops maps -- like Nuketown -- you will need to wait for the full release.

As for the leak itself, it comes way of Call of Duty dataminer "BKTOOR" who found references to the maps hidden in the game's files. Below, you can check out the findings for yourself:

PS5 Players May Be Getting GTA 5 for Free

PS5 players may be getting GTA 5 for free when the latest Grand Theft Auto game comes to the next-gen PlayStation console next year. Earlier this year, Rockstar Games announced it was bringing an "expanded" and "enhanced" version of Grand Theft Auto V to not just PS5, but Xbox Series X sometime in 2021. At the time, Rockstar Games announced a slew of platform-exclusive bonuses for PS5, and it looks like it may add to this by making the game free on PS5 for everyone who owns it on PS4.

Word of the free upgrade comes way not of Rockstar Games or Take-Two Interactive, but French retailer Micromania, who included the game in a list of titles that have free PS4 to PS5 upgrades. Given that Rockstar Games has made no mention of a free upgrade or a lack thereof, this quickly began to make the rounds once noticed, prompting the retailer to remove the game from the list.

Now, it's possible this was nothing more than a mistake. After all, Rockstar Games hasn't mentioned a free upgrade for the game. It's possible it's holding this announcement, but there's no way of knowing this. However, retailers are sometimes privy to information that consumers are not. Is this the latest example of this? It's possible, but probably not. While retailers can be made privy to release and price information ahead of time, this specific detail doesn't seem like something Rockstar Games would disclose to a retailer.

As for a free upgrade on Xbox Series X, the retailer doesn't say one way or another. However, you'd assume a similar offer would be made for Xbox players, though maybe not given Rockstar Games and PlayStation's collaboration so far.

Unfortunately, Rockstar Games has not issued any type of comment or clarification on this possible leak, leaving fans with nothing but speculation. Of course, if it does provide a comment, we will be sure to update the story with whatever is provided.

For now, take all of this with a major grain of salt. While plenty of publishers and developers are going the free next-gen upgrade route, it's hard to imagine GTA 5 doing this simply for the reason that if it offered a free next-gen upgrade to everyone who bought the game on PS4 and Xbox One that would mean leaving untold millions on the table. After all, GTA 5 has sold nearly 140 million copies to date, many of which have been on PS4 and Xbox One.

Minecraft Dungeons cross-play coming in November

Minecraft Dungeons players will be pleased to know cross-play is coming to the game in November. It will be supported on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Windows, and Xbox One.

Alongside the news comes word a new DLC will arrive in December called Howling Peaks. You can expect additional mobs, new gear, and the “power of the wind itself.”

More DLC is also in the works and slated for next year.

The latest DLC released for the game was Creeping Winter back in September. It is the second DLC for Minecraft Dungeons and followed Jungle Awakens which was released in July.

If you are just picking the game up, and need a head start, here’s a guide on the best weapons. It shows you how to get legendary Unique Weapons and Items, and here’s one on choosing the best enchantments to choose for your gear.

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Minecraft DLC Release Date Announced

Nintendo confirmed the release date for its Minecraft DLC in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate this week during a follow-up presentation to its big reveal from days ago. Steve and Alex from Minecraft along with the Enderman and Zombie variants included in the DLC will all be available on October 13th when the next Challenger Pack is released. Those who own the Fighters Pass Vol. 2 will get the content automatically upon release while those who don’t have the pass can purchase it separately.

The release date for the Minecraft content in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate was announced towards the end of the lengthy showcase that showed off gameplay and much more related to the DLC. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate game director Masahiro Sakurai confirmed after showing off gameplay and moveset breakdowns that the content would be available on October 13th.

For those who don’t have the Fighters Pass Vol. 2, you’ll be able to pick up the DLC for $5.99 just as the other DLCs have been handled in the past.

Cyberpunk 2077 Gets Second Keanu Reeves Commercial

Keanu Reeves is keeping busy as we approach the Cyberpunk 2077 release date, as he has appeared in a second TV spot for the game. In this commercial, he teases--or warns--that your potential in the world is only limited by what you're willing to become.

We see a quick glimpse of the sleek Night City in this trailer as augmented citizens brawl with their cybernetic enhancements and speed down the street in futuristic cars. Reeves' words likely have a second meaning, of course, not only talking about physical augmentations but also the limits of your own morality. As with other CD Projekt Red role-playing games, you can take your character in drastically different directions based on your choices.