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Gears of War 4’s October update adds new maps and Xbox One X support

Microsoft just revealed the contents of Gears of War 4’s October update and aside from new maps and experience bonuses, it includes Xbox One X support. Don’t get too excited though. Despite saying that the Xbox One X patch would be available with this update, they didn’t exactly reveal what enhancements the game will be receiving on Microsoft’s upcoming console. However, the maps are other changes in the patch are of note. Fuel Depot and …

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Nintendo Switch update makes the activity log a little bit better

Nintendo Switch’s new system update makes a bunch of big and important changes. One smaller change that Nintendo didn’t highlight in its rundown of version 4.0.0 is just as nice, though: The console’s activity log, which notoriously does a poor job of precisely tracking play time, is now just a bit more accurate. Redditors who share my curse of obsessing over how much time I spend playing a game picked up on the change shortly …

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PUBG news – Battlegrounds makes BIG leaderboard update in countdown to Xbox One release | Gaming | Entertainment

PUBG developer Bluehole has made another big change in preparation for the Xbox One release date and full PC launch. The Battlegrounds developer has finally reset the leaderboards, more than a week after originally planned. The new leaderboard season was scheduled to kick off on October 11, but the popularity of the game made it impossible to make the change without causing major server issues. The leaderboard reset has now gone live, although Bluehole has …

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Destiny 2 update 1.08: Today’s patch for PS4 and Xbox One had some bad news | Gaming | Entertainment

UPDATE ONE: Following the launch of today’s Destiny 2 update, Bungie had some bad news about one of the game’s new activities. Trials of the Nine will not be kicking off this week or next, with the development team revealing that a recently found bug has rendered it unplayable. “As a follow-up to reported incidents of emote glitching in the Crucible, we are investigating a fix that we plan to deploy during the first week …

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New Destiny 2 Update Out Now On PS4 And Xbox One; Here Are The Patch Notes

With its scheduled maintenance concluded, Destiny 2’s servers are now back online. Coinciding with this, Bungie has released a new update for the game that primarily focuses on resolving some lingering issues. There are no major new features in update 1.0.5, which is out now on both PS4 (where it’s referred to as update 1.08) and Xbox One. But it does aim to ensure players no longer mistakenly lose their Raid keys. These are no longer removed …

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Windows 10 Fall Creators Update Debuts ‘TruePlay’ Gaming Anti-Cheat System

When it comes to multiplayer gaming, there are few things worse than spineless cheaters; well, maybe lag and TKers. Thankfully, Microsoft is looking to attack cheaters head-on with its new TruePlay system, which debuted with the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update. TruePlay is an anti-cheat system that is meant to give developers a relatively easy way to thwart the efforts of those prone to exhibiting unsportsmanlike conduct on the virtual battlefield/race track/sports arena. According to …

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Destiny 2 servers DOWN: Offline times and update patch for PS4 and Xbox One maintenance | Gaming | Entertainment

Another period of Destiny 2 server maintenance is being held today by Bungie. The new work is being carried out over several hours and will leave Guardians unable to connect on PS4 or Xbox One. Bungie announced the new downtime this week, confirming that a new Destiny 2 update will be launched following maintenance. The development team have confirmed that the game may be unavailable for up to four hours, although things can change quickly. …

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Xbox One update: original Xbox backwards compatibility up next?

Earlier this week Microsoft rolled out a major Xbox One update, bringing console owners a host of new features. Following a summer-long preview, the update brought a much faster Dashboard and a more intuitive, horizontal guide that’ll make switching between menu options a breeze. However, many of the features promised since E3 2017 are being held back for future updates, including backward compatibility with original Xbox games. Way backwards compatibility In a recent interview with …

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New Overwatch Update Changes Mercy On PC, PS4, And Xbox One; Patch Notes Released

Apparently satisfied with the results of a recent Overwatch PTR patch, Blizzard has rolled out a new update for the live version of the game on all platforms. It makes adjustments to a few areas of Overwatch, but further balance adjustments to Mercy are the primary focus. Following Mercy’s overhaul in September, Blizzard has continued to experiment with additional changes to the healer. With this new patch, her Ultimate, Valkyrie, no longer affects the cooldown …

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Xbox One Update: What does it feature and how do I install it?

Microsoft has been gradually improving the Xbox One dashboard to make the experience as fluid and simple as possible. It has come a long way since the Kinect-powered voice control that the original Xbox One shipped with, and the latest update looks to be the biggest update so far. It focuses on speed and ease-of-use, and is available to download on Xbox One now. Here, we talk a little bit about what the Fall Xbox …

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Overwatch update and patch notes: Halloween Mercy NERF for PS4, Xbox One and PC | Gaming | Entertainment

UPDATE ONE: The new Overwatch update has been set live by Blizzard today, which saw Mercy get a major nerf to her resurrect ability. Here’s why Blizzard have made the change: “This method makes Resurrect more flexible when used with Valkyrie.  “For example, in the past if you wanted to resurrect two teammates, you had to revive the first target, then activate Valkyrie (causing the Resurrect’s cooldown to reset), and then revive the other target,” …

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The Windows 10 Fall Creators Update is out now

Months after it was first announced, Microsoft’s Fall Creators Update for Windows 10 is now available to download. Coinciding with the launch is the availability of several mixed reality headsets, as Microsoft attempts to bring VR and mixed reality experiences to the masses. Let’s start with the Fall Creators Update. This is the second major update to Windows 10 this year, the first being the original Creators Update released in April. Microsoft has committed to …

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The new Xbox One update gets you ready for Xbox One X – back up your console now, down load 4K stuff and more

The new Xbox One update is currently rolling out and basically gets you read for Xbox One X, letting you transfer your games and get 4K stuff ahead of launch. There’s also plenty of other little enhancements and improvements for the dashboard. As far as transferring your games and stuff to Xbox One X goes, once you have the update you’ll be able to copy your games, apps and settings to an external hard drive, …

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Xbox One X games update – Studio Wildcard has the BEST NEWS for ARK Survival Evolved fans | Gaming | Entertainment

Ark Survival Evolved developer Studio Wildcard has great news for Xbox One X customers. With the Xbox One X release date just a few weeks away, Studio Wildcard has detailed the changes coming to Ark Survival Evolved. The most exciting new change is that ARK Survival Evolved will feature two graphics modes on Xbox One X, as well as HDR support. Studio Wildcard explains: “The first is a Detailed Graphics version with 1440p resolution and Truesky (which …

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Windows 10 Fall Creators Update: PC Gaming

On October 17, 2017 Microsoft released their fourth major feature update for Windows 10 which is know as the Fall Creators Update. This is one part of our overall coverage for the release and you can visit Windows 10 Fall Creators Update: Review Central for links to all of the other elements of our post-release content. ———- After the launch of Windows 10 in the summer of 2015, Microsoft’s Xbox team made a commitment to see the …

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