An updated list of all confirmed games coming to PlayStation 4 Pro. With the announcement of the more powerful PlayStation 4 Pro, a number of developers and publishers have revealed plans to update some of their existing games to take advantage of the increased power, in addition to supporting the console with their upcoming titles. Every past PlayStation 4 game will work on the PS4 Pro, more
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Xbox is losing its position as the default console controller of choice. As part of the Steam developer Days event this week, Valve announced it would be making changes to the PS4 controller API. When the undated Steam client update rolls out, users will be able to make all sorts of customisations to the DualShock 4 bindings, including changes to how the gyro and touchpad work. Gamasutra more
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The Battlefield 1 trail on PC was set to start on October 13th, but it seems there are many playing it. Origin Access members can download the ten hour trail that totals 40.39 GB in size. Once downloaded, you can start playing. EA Access members on Xbox One can also play the game through the Play First Trial. Players will be able to play two single player campaign missions and multiplayer more
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A recent error was spotted on an Xbox website that listed the popular COD title as a Backwards Compatible game, soon to be made available. And one fan checking it over appeared to find something very interesting, that Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 had been listed as a Deals with Gold offer alongside other titles. Black Ops 2 for Xbox One Backwards Compatibility could be found nestled between more
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Microsoft today added four more Xbox 360 games to the Xbox One Backward Compatibility list. Today's additions include Battlestations: Midway​, Dragon's Lair, Jurassic Park: The Game, Tour de France 2011. Those four titles are the only ones that were added this week. They typically show up on Tuesdays and Thursdays, but last week didn't see any additions on Tuesday either, with three being more
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This week’s sale on Xbox Live is surprisingly more interesting if you’re looking for some Xbox 360 games. Microsoft has published the full list of discounts available this week on the Xbox Store, for both Xbox One and Xbox 360. On Xbox One, deals include 60 percent off Need for Speed Deluxe Edition, up to 35 percent off Star Wars Battlefront, 50 percent off Unravel, and a bunch of Forza more
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It looks like the inevitable has happened: Samsung is permanently discontinuing the Galaxy Note7 smartphone, after repeated manufacturing problems that cause the handsets to catch fire and explode. After months of frustration, sales halts, lawsuits, massive worldwide recalls and numerous FAA warnings and eventual bans, it had looked like Samsung might be able to put the whole Note7 fiasco more
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PS4 owners will soon be able to pre-load the eagerly anticipated Battlefield 1 to their systems from PSN. According to a listing spotted by BFCentral, it seems as though the World War 1 first person shooter will be available to PS4 owners to download on October 16, five days ahead of the game’s launch on October 21. In addition, Early Enlister purchasers will be able to play Battlefield 1 more
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Today, an update to the GTA Online Bikers DLC added two new vehicles and the ability to purchase a sixth property. The new vehicles hitting the streets are the Western Daemon Custom and the BF Raptor. Along with the new rides, Starting today and through October 24th players players will be handed a black Western Logo Hoodie just by logging into GTA Online. There is also Double GTA$ and RP in more
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Mafia 3 may have ended up pissing a lot of players on PC off with its framerate that was capped at 30fps, but it doesn’t look like what promises to be one of the biggest PC releases of this year will. DICE and EA have confirmed that the PC version of the upcoming World War 1 era shooter, Battlefield 1, will do right by PC players. It will have no framerate cap whatsoever, according to more
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