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Even though creator Hideo Kojima has been pushed out of his project, Konami is still letting him edit and direct these trailers.

If you want more, plenty other trailers have come out for the game.

But at this point, you're probably better off waiting for its Sept. 1 release.

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Another year, another Call of Duty game.

And just as sure as it will sell through the roof, come its Nov. 6 release date, the multiplayer will what keep the game being played throughout the world for a while after its release.

So why not give a trailer to the fast-paced, frenetic, kill streak-fueled, twitchy multiplayer?

Sales of the franchise have dipped in the past few years with Call of Duty: Ghosts and Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, but it's still in the top-selling games of the year.

Will you stick with it through Black Ops 3?

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It's pretty funny that the trailer uses Etta James' At Last, because it's not like there hasn't been a new FIFA game every single year for the past two decades.

But still. Pretty.

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While it's light on actual gameplay, this new trailer for the next Assassin's Creed game wants you to get to know the protagonists that will cause many deaths in the cobblestoned streets of Victorian England.

Get your top hat on and watch it.

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Originally announced in E3, this sword-swinging combat game, which supports four-player co-op, gets some further explanation at Gamescom.

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Since Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain releases on consoles Sept. 1, this is probably the very last trailer for the highly anticipated (at least by extreme espionage fans) game we will see.

Additionally, since the creator Hideo Kojima has left Konami in splendid fashion, there might not be another MGS game at all.

It sounds like an atrocious place to work anyway.

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