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Something rather curious that was revealed (possibly unintentionally) during the Beam/Mixer announcement last night was Microsoft’s apparent plans to either remove the OneGuide section from the Xbox One dashboard or rename it. The first hint of an evolution or cancellation of OneGuide came in the Mixer announcement YouTube video which offers a brief look at a new Xbox One dashboard, one more
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Ubisoft Massive is currently holding another Elite Task Force workshop for Tom Clancy’s The Division where members of the community are invited to take part in discussions and test out new features ahead of launch. Usually this means offering suggestions for patches, especially with update 1.7 and 1.8 next in line, but apparently there’s some new content inbound. And no, it doesn’t seem to more
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The developers over at DICE held their preview for the Battlefield 1 May Update yesterday and discussed the changes that players can expect to see in the upcoming patch. The livestream hosts, Global Community Manager Dan Mitre, Producer Andrew Gulotta, and Gameplay Designer Chad Wilkinson, began by discussing the biggest issue with operations: empty lobbies. Gulotta explained how the more
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The Xbox Game Pass launches for everyone on June 1, but it is already available for Xbox Live Gold subscribers. The subscription service functions a lot like EA Access- it lets you access, without restrictions, a library of 100 games on the Xbox One. Speaking on Twitter, Phil Spencer said that the early feedback on the Xbox Game Pass has been really strong. He also spoke about how the service more
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Just recently, the video game publisher Take-Two Interactive revealed that Grand Theft Auto 5 has shipped 80 million units since its release back in 2013, which means that a plethora of gamers are primed to experience Rockstar Games’ forthcoming Gunrunners update for the multiplayer component of the open world title. Today, the developer explained that the “massive” update is set to launch more
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From the jump, Microsoft has been raising up its next piece of console hardware — codenamed the Scorpio — as the most powerful console ever, thus more powerful than the recently released PS4 Pro, a healthy but not overly dramatic upgrade of the base PS4. That being said, one should expect that the Scorpio could and may run certain games better than the PS4 Pro. While this remains to be more
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The Culling will be part of the Xbox Game Preview program and will allow the player to battle with another 15 players where the main objective is to survive. "We are excited to bring the Battle Royale of Xbox One with The Culling," said CEO and founder of Xaviant, Michael McMain. "Our team has put all its forces to develop to perfection the Xbox version so as to have the game in Xbox Game more
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Today, Bethesda announced that its hit game Fallout 4 is having a free trial period this weekend. The trial will be available on the Xbox One, and PC versions of the gam, with the aforementioned requiring an Xbox Live Gold Membership to download the trial. As of right now a PlayStation 4 version of the trial has not been announced. According to Bethesda, the trial will offer access to every more
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The developers of Crackdown 3 confirmed today on the game’s official Twitter account that the title will be part of the Xbox Play Anywhere program. For those who don’t know, the Xbox Play Anywhere program allows users who purchase a game on either Xbox One or Windows 10 PC to automatically get the other version of the game free of charge. Achievements, saves, and more are shared between more
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Take-Two Interactive claims the recent delay of Red Dead Redemption 2 doesn’t matter as long as the game meets the quality fans are expecting. Speaking during the publisher’s recent investors call, CEO Strauss Zelnick explained why the quality of the game comes before its launch window, even claiming that he “[doesn’t] think the launch window really matters.” “And obviously,” more
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