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Xbox One X pre order status sparks delay fears, as Microsoft release update | Gaming | Entertainment

Rumours of a possible Xbox One X release date delay appear to have been sparked by the continuing wait for Pre Order pages to go live. While this has happened in the past and have been explained by Microsoft, it hasn’t stopped talk of a possible launch delay. Having had full control over how and when the Xbox One X has been announced, it seems unlikely that the tech giant would need more time to …

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Hitman Update 1.12.1 For July Reduces Xbox One Load Times And More

Hitman received a new patch on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC which brings some quality of life improvements for the game. IO Interactive released the update today, and the two biggest changes are reduced load times for the Xbox One and an easier unlock process for Professional difficulty. Other changes the new patch brought to Hitman are smaller, but still very welcome. NPC enemies now have a slower fire rate with pistols and Agent …

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The Division PTS: THESE PS4 and Xbox One players get first dibs on major updates

Ubisoft NEW FEATURES; The Division is set to get a new test server for home consoles Ubisoft is finally letting Xbox One and PS4 players have their own Public Test Server, but it looks like not everyone will get a crack at using it. Public Test Servers are developed specifically for testing out new updates before they roll out to the public, meaning that members of the server will have the exclusive chance …

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Can you play the Xbox 360 version on the newest console?

Little by little the Xbox One has been opening up to backwards compatibility with several hundreds of Xbox 360 titles you can play on the system. Curiously, one very important game, at least for Blizzard fans, is missing. Diablo 3 originally released for Xbox 360 first and came back again for Xbox One, so it may seem as though you could simply use your old copy to keep the game going even in the current …

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Xbox One X SHOCK – Is Microsoft already working on powerful new follow-up? | Gaming | Entertainment

The Xbox One X isn’t even out yet, but Microsoft is already said to be working on a more powerful follow-up. Rumours of another new Xbox console have started to emerge, despite the Xbox One X having a November 7 release date. The new reports suggest that Microsoft is designing an Xbox One X successor, although it won’t be a true next-gen console. That’s according to Windows Central’s Jez Corden (via GamingBolt), an insider who …

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Destiny 2 NEWS – Bungie gives fans BEST reason to buy PS4, Xbox One sequel | Gaming | Entertainment

Destiny fans have been given the best reason yet to pick up a copy of the sequel. Bungie has started building the hype ahead of the imminent Destiny 2 beta and the September release date on PS4 and Xbox One. Based on the latest comments coming out of Bungie, the Destiny 2 developer has heard the feedback and promised to right the wrongs of the original. Bungie is particularly focused on the story, which was …

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ARK Survival Evolved update: PC launch today as fans wait for PS4, Xbox One, Ragnarok news | Gaming | Entertainment

Studio Wildcard have confirmed that a new PC patch is being released today. The new ARK Survival Evolved update is expected to arrive before the weekend, although the rollout has not been without its problems. One member of the community team gave this update: “Update regarding PC Patch: Currently not able to make builds due to an issue with a piece of software we use for developing the game. “Cause we can’t make builds, we …

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Your Xbox One is getting a massive update – here’s all the new stuff coming to your console

Xbox gamers are set to receive a big update adding a number of new features to their console . It’s currently rolling out worldwide and one of the big changes is the ability to add custom gamerpics to your Xbox Live profile. Microsoft has been testing this idea since March and has made it so you can add your new avatar picture from the console, Windows 10 or your smartphone. You’ll also now be able …

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Xbox One Update Adds Custom Gamerpics, Console Co-Streaming, and More

The good folks over at Microsoft are always doing their best to give fans new and exciting features for the Xbox ecosystem. With today’s update, users will be able to customize their experience further and engage with others in new ways. The first major update is the ability to use custom pictures for one’s Gamerpic, Club profile pic, or Club background. Images can be uploaded from the Xbox One, Windows PC, and mobile phones. Just …

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Xbox One: How To Upload Custom Gamerpics | Avatar Guide | Walkthroughs

Custom gamerpics are finally available for everyone on Xbox One, and there are a variety of ways to upload any image and make it into an avatar for all your friends to see. No longer are you stymied by limitations of official gamerpics available in the Xbox One marketplace. Custom gamerpics are a long awaited feature, and the system has been in beta a long time before this latest patch added custom uploads to your …

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Rainbow Six Siege update: PS4 and Xbox One fans just got a little closer to new operators | Gaming | Entertainment

Ubisoft have announced that they are opening up their test servers to those who own the PS4 and Xbox One version of the game. The new Rainbow Six Siege build being demoed will still be on PC, with Ubisoft offering those console players with a PC the chance to join in. “We are excited to announce that we will be granting access to the next PC TTS phase to all of our Xbox One and …

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Third Game This Week Added to Xbox One Backwards Compatibility Program

Xbox One owners can add a classic fighting game to their library of Xbox 360 titles through Microsoft’s backwards compatibility program. Super Street Fighter IV Arcade Edition is now available. The game built on the original Street Fighter IV and added many new fighters, bonus stages, game modes, and more. If you already own a digital copy of Super Street Fighter IV Arcade Edition, it should be waiting in your Ready to Download list. If …

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Xbox One update adds support for custom profile pics

Microsoft’s latest update to the Xbox One operating system, which the company is rolling out today, adds a long-awaited feature: the ability to upload your own profile photo. The feature, which Microsoft refers to as custom Gamerpics, supports uploading an image from an Xbox One, Windows 10 PC or smartphone. That includes the ability to put a photo on external storage and plug it into a USB port on the console. Custom images are supported …

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Arcade Edition is now backward compatible on Xbox One, Ultra Street Fighter 4 upgrade available

Update: We are hearing reports that players can update the game to Ultra Street Fighter 4 on Xbox One by selecting “manage game,” “ready to install,” then downloading USF4. A photo has surfaced on Twitter showing the Ultra Street Fighter 4 download option. Thanks, RYU81! Yun and Yang players, rejoice. The boys are back in town. Super Street Fighter 4: Arcade Edition is now backward compatible on Xbox One. The …

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Microsoft bringing Xbox One X, Age of Empires to Gamescom 2017

Microsoft’s plans for Gamescom include the expected heavy focus on the Xbox One X, as well as a celebration of Age of Empires’ 20th anniversary, the company announced today. Gamescom itself doesn’t open its doors until Tuesday, Aug. 22, but Microsoft is kicking things off on Sunday the 20th. Starting at noon PDT (9 p.m. local time in Germany), the company will broadcast a live show with “news and announcements on Xbox One X.” It …

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