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Inside Xbox for April 2019 | Recap

Inside Xbox April Episode News Recap

Today, on our April episode of Inside Xbox, we made a big announcement about a brand-new Xbox One console, revealed some major news regarding Xbox Game Pass, unveiled some new features coming to Game Bar, shared info on new titles coming to Xbox One Backward Compatibility, and much more. For a full recap, read on below or watch the replay of Inside Xbox episode above when the VOD is available.

Introducing the Xbox One S All-Digital Edition
The big news coming out of today’s show was our reveal of The Xbox One S All-Digital Edition, which was created for those who prefer to find and play their games digitally and are looking for the most affordable way to play Xbox games. The Xbox One S All-Digital Edition comes bundled with three of our most compelling and popular games – MinecraftForza Horizon 3 and Sea of Thieves. It also comes with a special offer to get started with Xbox Game Pass. The Xbox One S All-Digital Edition will be available at select retailers worldwide beginning May 7, 2019, arriving in Australia later this year. We hope to share more details on local availability and pricing in the coming weeks.

Get the Best of Both Worlds with Xbox Game Pass Ultimate
In June 2017, we launched Xbox Game Pass – with the goal of empowering gamers all over the world to discover their next favourite game. A top request fans have shared from day one is to provide an option to get Xbox Game Pass and Xbox Live Gold in a single membership. We heard you. Today, we’re excited to announce Xbox Game Pass Ultimate. Xbox Game Pass Ultimate will include all of the benefits of Xbox Live Gold with Xbox Game Pass. That means the full Xbox Game Pass library of over 100 high quality games, and Xbox Live Gold online multiplayer, in one convenient membership for AUD$15.95 a month. With Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, gamers will be able to play together on the most-advanced multiplayer network and discover their next favourite game.

Brand-new Features are Coming to Game bar
A few weeks ago, we shared that Game bar on Windows 10 was getting a major overhaul. From Spotify integration to improved social experiences that enable you to see what your friends are playing, quickly text or voice chat, and create memes to share via Twitter, there are a number of ways that the team is making this the best version of Game bar yet based on community feedback. Game bar is an overlay built into Windows so it works over any PC game. In order to make the overlay your own, we added the ability to customize Game bar. Choose which widgets to show/hide, where you want them located, and even pin specific widgets. Find your own favourite Game bar layout to enhance your gaming experience. In addition to all of those improvements, today we shared that our Looking for Group (LFG) feature will also be added to Game bar, allowing you to quickly and easily find people to bring into battle with you (or, if you prefer, battle against). To try out these features, launch the Xbox Insider Hub on your Windows 10 PC.

New Competitive Game Mode and Story-Rich Quests are Coming to Sea of Thieves
Sea of Thieves Executive Producer Joe Neate made an appearance on this week’s show to share more on the updates the Rare team announced this morning. First there’s The Arena, a brand-new competitive game mode that offers all the best bits of Sea of Thieves concentrated into fast-paced and fun 24-minute matches. For players looking for rich and immersive new quests, there are Tall Tales. These are epic story-driven quests that play out in the shared world, with the first collection – Shores of Gold – taking players across the seas to experience a story of love, honour and betrayal in search of the mythical Shores of Gold. Finally, there’s a brand-new Trading Company, The Hunter’s Call. This will offer players new ways to play and progress and includes a raft of new features including fishing (with 50 different types of fish to catch), cooking and hunting.

Go Behind the Scenes of Gears Esports with the ELEAGUE Gears Summer Series
In partnership with ELEAGUE, Xbox announced the ELEAGUE Gears Summer Series: The Bonds and Betrayals of Brotherhood – a six-part event series and live tournament focused on the stories and players behind the world of Gears Esports with the first episode debuting on TBS, Friday, June 14, at 11 pm ET/PT. ELEAGUE will also feature the worldwide debut of Gears 5 Versus multiplayer, culminating in The Invitational at the end of the season, within ELEAGUE Arena at Turner Studios in Atlanta from Saturday-Sunday, July 13-14.

Six Beloved Titles Join Xbox One Backward Compatibility with Xbox One X Enhancements
Announcing new titles coming to Xbox One Backward Compatibility is always exciting, but it’s even better when we can reveal that said titles are being enhanced for Xbox One X. Today, we were happy to share that Ninja Gaiden 2Fable 2Fable 3Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell BlacklistTom Clancy’s Splinter Cell Conviction, and Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell Double Agent are all enhanced for Xbox One X. Best of all, they’re all available starting today! Remember, Xbox 360 games enhanced for Xbox One X run at a higher resolution and 9X the original pixel count. The power of Xbox One X enables the Xbox 360 emulator to showcase the very best version possible with the existing assets—all without touching the game code. Today’s additions join our existing catalogue for a total of 62 Xbox One X Enhanced Backward Compatible games.

Exploring Some Exciting New Games on the Horizon
During the show, we took a closer look at some games that’ll be hitting Xbox One in the coming months. First up was Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, the new Star Wars game from Respawn Entertainment that was revealed this weekend at Star Wars Celebration. Next, got up close and personal with Rage 2, the upcoming shooter from Bethesda that offers up one of the wildest post-apocalyptic settings we’ve ever seen. Finally, we shared that Warhammer Chaosbane is set to launch on June 4th. If you love the Warhammer universe or some good old-fashioned dungeon crawling, then this game is for you. Best of all, the next closed beta is about to start in just two days. That’s right: On April 18th, you’ll be able to jump into the action as Bragi Axebiter, the Dwarf-killer and Elessa the Wood Elf, who will be joining the soldier and high elf classes from the first beta. This means that all four classes will be playable at once, and in a whole new region!

Announcing Details for Xbox FanFest: E3 2019
On today’s episode, FanFest Lead Chris Munson shared that this marks the 5th year of FanFest, which explains why he was so excited to reveal brand-new details on Xbox FanFest at E3 2019 during his segment. With E3 2019 marking our biggest E3 presence ever, we’re thrilled to share that 700 tickets will be available for E3 FanFest, which will include experiencing the Xbox Briefing, a FanFest Showcase, and much more. Chris broke down some of the details on things like the ticketing process and how you can bring a guest along with you, as well as what you’ll get with your ticket. There’s a lot of goodness this year, so be sure to check out our full FanFest post for the complete details!

Phil Spencer Talks E3 2019, Xbox Studios, and More

To close out today’s show, we had a special guest appearance by the Head of Xbox himself, Phil Spencer. During his segment, he talked Project xCloud and how we at Xbox put the gamer at the centre of how we build our strategy and services, driven by the idea that as a gamer you should be able to play the games you want to play, on the devices you want to play them on with your friends, anywhere you go.  Spencer also talked about his excitement to be representing the broader gaming community at E3 2019. We recently announced plans for our biggest presence ever, including Xbox E3 FanFest, and the diversity of the content across Xbox and PC that we’ll be highlighting in the briefing from both Xbox Game Studios and third-party partners from around the world.

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17th April 2019

Octopath Traveller comes to PC June 2019

In OCTOPATH TRAVELER, players will set forth on an epic adventure through the enchanting yet perilous continent of Orsterra, stretching across vast landscapes from lush forests, to desert outposts and snow-swept cathedrals. Featuring eight distinct characters each with their own tales to enjoy ranging from journeys of self-discovery to quests for revenge, each traveler will start their journey in a different land so players can steer their own journey depending on whom they choose.

OCTOPATH TRAVELER for PC brings to life the game’s unique HD-2D visuals, blending striking 2D character designs with a beautiful 3D world.

OCTOPATH TRAVELER will be available for PC (STEAM) from 7th June 2019 with English and Japanese audio, and English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Japanese, Traditional Chinese and Simplified Chinese text. For more information, visit:

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16th of April 2019

Forza Street F2P for PC and Mobile

Today, Turn 10 Studios is proud to announce Forza Street, an all-new Forza experience designed to be played anytime, anywhere, and excite anyone who loves cars.

Available today for free on Windows 10 devices, and rolling out to iOS and Android starting this year, Forza Street was designed for racing on the go with streamlined controls that focus on timing of gas, brake, and boost as the keys to victory.

In Forza Street, new Forza fans and seasoned drivers alike can collect and assemble a legendary lineup of cars to compete in intense, cinematic races. Whether players want to squeeze in a quick one-minute race or get immersed in a story campaign, every race is a chance to earn a performance icon from an ever-growing list of incredible cars, turning your garage into a trophy case.

With the game available today on Windows 10 devices, we will continue to add features and actively engage with and listen to our community to make Forza Street the game our fans will want to take with them everywhere.

See you on the streets!

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16th of April 2019

Violence and Gaming.. Are games the real Culprit here?

I wrote this a few days after the recent tragedy in Christchurch because I was upset and writing helps me get through that. I have been back and forth in my own head on whether I should share my thoughts and have only just came to be ok with it. 

First and foremost our hearts go out to our brothers and sisters across the ditch. Having been to Christchurch I was in shock that an area that was so beautiful and the people so welcoming could be effected in this way. 

On to the below. 

This is my response to the "Video Games Make You Violent" speal that the Australian media has been spouting for far too long now. 

Your thoughts are welcome below, but keep it respectful. 

Yet again we are hearing that video games are causing people to become violent.

Of course all this has again come up as Australian media’s "go to" blame to sell papers and get people scared and watching the sensationalist news.

The individual who went a took the lives of many and the soul of a nation last week was said to have enjoyed playing games so that is instantly the problem according to news outlets.

Before we get into that lets turn the clock back to my younger days. If someone went out on a shooting rampage, turned serial killer or ripped the heads off kittens (yes we had all these back then too) they were always an outcast, a loner or a little strange and different.

How does that tie in?

Those who are outcasts, a little strange or socially awkward now have somewhere they can belong. The gaming community is one of the most open and welcoming that I have ever known. We don’t care where you’re from, your race, colour or sexual preferences, we welcome all. You are your avatar, your screen name and your skills online. Ultimately if we’re playing together, we are enjoying the company and social interaction. I have friends online that I have never met yet I call them friends. Some live down the road, in other parts of the country, or on the other side of the world. I look forward to hanging out with them, the same as I do catching up with mates for lunch or a drink.

Let me make something very clear. Video Games do not make people violent! Violent people play video games!

What the media fails to bring to everyone’s attention is their own role in what happens. I think the recent tragedy in Christchurch and the way it unfolded paints the perfect picture of what needs to change.

I’ll refer to the person who did this from here on in as F…. as in fuckwit, I refuse to name them.

F travelled the world and idolised people that have carried out similar attacks. How did they find out who these people where? How did they know them by name?

F has then written the names of these people on the magazines of the rifle used in the attack as a gruesome homage to them.

F has written a manifesto outlining their plans and reasons for it. The reasons? Well we are not getting into, but they are reasons that have been blown up by the media in the past to create conflict.

All this information has been written about by the Australian media. Even after being asked by the NZ Prime Minister not too.

On every major newspaper, every major outlet, online and in print they have posted the name, the image and details of F, going as far as seeking out their family/ grandmother to interview and disgustingly show them unedited footage of what happened, while filming it to get their reactions.

Let me be perfectly clear,

To the Australian Media outlets who have sensationalised this tragedy for your own gain.


You have named the killer. You have shown their picture. You have given them infamy. They are now there with the names of those they idolised to commit this act of terror.

Above all else and probably most frightening of all. You have empowered the next!

Maybe it is time we put a ban on the media coverage and start aiming them towards helping those affected?

Borderlands 3 Officially Confirmed | First Gameplay Footage Debuts at PAX East

Earlier today, developer Gearbox Software, in partnership with publisher 2K, officially kicked off “The Year of Borderlands” by confirming Borderlands 3 during its panel at PAX East and debuting the very first gameplay footage in an extended trailer for the long-awaited continuation of the blockbuster franchise.

Also during the panel, Gearbox announced:
  • A brand new remastered edition of the original Borderlands called Borderlands: Game of the Year Edition will launch on Xbox One, PS4, and PC on April 3.
  • A free Ultra HD Texture Pack for Borderlands: The Handsome Collection on consoles, as well as Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel and Borderlands 2 on PC, will also launch April 3.
  • All Borderlands 2 DLC will be added to Borderlands 2 VR for PlayStation VR for free this summer.
For a detailed recap of all the Borderlands-related news and announcements from today’s panel, please continue reading. And to learn more about the Borderlands franchise as a whole, visit


Gearbox and 2K today confirmed that Borderlands 3, the next full instalment in the original shooter-looter franchise, is in development. They also showed off a gameplay-filled trailer as a love letter to all the dedicated fans who’ve been eagerly anticipating the series’ return. More information about Borderlands 3 will be available starting April 3. For now, please find the “Reveal” trailer and the “Mask of Mayhem” teaser trailer below:


In addition to confirming Borderlands 3, Gearbox and 2K also announced Borderlands: Game of the Year Edition. With brand new weapons, substantial visual upgrades, quality of life improvements, all four add-on packs, and more, Borderlands: Game of the Year Edition is the brand new definitive version of the award-winning 2009 first-person shooter/role-playing game hybrid Borderlands, available now for the first time on current generation consoles.

Borderlands: Game of the Year Edition launches April 3, 2019 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Windows PC – that’s next week! 

HD updates are coming for the rest of the core Borderlands titles as well thanks to the Ultra HD Texture Pack. This free, optional download increases the visual fidelity of Borderlands: The Handsome Collection and its DLC on consoles, and provides a visual upgrade for Borderlands 2, Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel, and all their DLC on PC. Players will best appreciate all the added detail at 4K resolution, but improvements can be enjoyed on other displays as well.

All new and existing product owners will be able to download the texture pack starting April 3, 2019, making the Borderlands back catalogue even more enticing for fans who can’t wait to play Borderlands 3.


Finally, Gearbox and 2K also revealed that all existing Borderlands 2 DLC will be added to Borderlands 2 VR on PlayStation VR in summer 2019 and will be free for all players. Gearbox already responded to fan feedback earlier this year by adding AIM Controller support to the game; now they’re going even further by including all four content add-on packs: Captain Scarlett and Her Pirate’s Booty, Mr. Torgue’s Campaign of Carnage, Sir Hammerlock’s Big Game Hunt, and Tiny Tina’s Assault on Dragon Keep. More details will be announced in the coming months.

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29th March 2019

Devil May Cry V : Why Old and New Fans Need to Play

The Devil May Cry series comes roaring back with it's latest installment DMC 5. A visually stylish and intense experience made all the more possible by the extra grunt now available. 

I am Snoogs and welcome to the Aussie Gamers Experience's Review of Devil May Cry 5. 

Capcom has once again wowed us with a big name franchise coming back with a bang. Building on the base of Resident Evil 7, DMC 5 shows you it is so much more than just another hack and slash.

Devil May Cry 5 starts off with a bang, series favourites Dante and Nero are working alongside a mysterious newcomer in V thrust into a boss battle that feels somewhat like a climax battle, so needless to say, It doesn't end well with Dante beaten to a pulp by hulking villain Urizen, trapping Dante allowing Nero and V to retreat and fight another day. 

Nero's Demon arm is destroyed in the battle leaving him to resort to mechanical Devil Breakers created by his BFF Nico who drives the Devil May Cry team bus.....
Nero's fight style is very similar and feels strong. Brandishing your Devil Breakers, trusty Blue Rose revolver and of course, the Red Queen sword. Give it a rev and let the combos fly. Nero is the up close and personal fighter chaining the weapons together to create some big power plays.

Dante plays very similar to how he has in past DMC games with that stylish flair that we have come to know. Don't worry there is some more tricks up his sleeves but you have to wait till later in the game to try them out. 

V is very different to the other characters in style, presence and fighting techniques. He wouldn't look out of place in an EMO music video and feels somewhat weak. The truth is the more you play with V the more he works for you. V doesn't fight, but has 3 demons that he can summon to fight for him. A wise cracking Griffin, a Panther and the huge Nightmare. (Think Hulk without features) V doesn't do the fighting but he is needed to finish the enemies off. 

Getting the mix of defense and attack is where you'll struggle to begin with but comes to you very quickly. V is definitely the hardest to master as you have to get out of that in your face mind set and take on a more tactical approach. 

Visually Devil May Cry 5 is stunning. Playing on the PS4 Pro I have been in amazement of the sheer scope of battles, even in close quarters and the visual impact of the environment. Particle effects are on plentiful and on point, character models are crisp and really use the power of the new gen to its advantage. 

Chaining together combos is visually pleasing, I may have cheered more than once, and the scoring system makes sure you are always striving for a few more. Trying the get that SSS rank on each level is a challenge. Be careful not to overreach as a hit will send your scores tumbling. For those of us not at the forefront of the Devil May Cry series or this type of gameplay in general there is help. You can choose to play on two different modes Human or Demon Hunter, essentially easy and normal, and you can set combos to auto. While this doesn't put the combos on complete auto it does make them considerably easier to pull off. I have to admit, I was thankful for it. 

Whenever I have played Devil May Cry in the past it has been very unforgiving to someone like me. Controller twisting type of unforgiving. Devil May Cry 5 however feels much more open to a wider audience. I played on both Human and Demon Hunter difficulty and while there is a difference in the two I wouldn't go as far as saying Demon Hunter difficulty is too hard for most. I am sure hardcore fans of the series will be asking for more down the track. 

Of course there is no point making it too easy so the enemies need to have some variety to them and we have that. You have your run of the mill grunt type enemies that you can use any variation of style upon to build up your combo to get ready for the harder enemies and bosses. 

It is not all blood covered goodness however, and let me tell you, there is plenty of blood. 
Levels are very linear and after time start to feel like you're doing the same thing over and over again. Levels are also relatively short. Not such a bad thing, but when you factor in the amount of cutscenes you have to sit through it can be a little tedious.  

Overall Devil May Cry is a good and faithful entry into the series. One that fans of the series will be happy to play through numerous times to master the full potential of each character and is welcoming enough that new fans won't be frightened away. The story and progression is paced and rewarded well. In the later levels you start to feel almost god like. The huge number of techniques to unlock and upcoming free DLC will have me coming back for more. 



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Inside Xbox March Recap | From Microsoft

Minecraft is Coming Soon to Xbox Game Pass
Beginning April 4, Xbox Game Pass members can join the Minecraft community of millions of players from around the world. Discover limitless ways to play and create anything you can imagine. Plus, with Minecraft´s free content updates, you´ll always find new environments to explore, tools to create, and mobs to meet. Last summer, the Update Aquatic filled Minecraft´s oceans with dolphins, turtles and more, and the upcoming Village & Pillage update will expand the game even further later this spring. With over 100 great games, including Minecraft, there´s never been a better time to be an Xbox Game Pass member and discover your next favourite game. If you haven’t tried Xbox Game Pass, join today and get your first month for $1.

Halo: The Master Chief Collection is Coming to PC and Adding Halo: Reach
On today’s show, the crew was joined by Brian Jarrard from 343 Industries, who shared a couple of pieces of exciting news. First, we announced that Halo: The Master Chief Collection is officially coming to PC! Built specifically for the PC audience, players will be able to experience generation-defining campaigns and iconic multiplayer modes, many for the first time, on Microsoft Store and Steam. On PC, titles within Halo: The Master Chief Collection will be released individually over time to ensure that we are partnering with the community and investing the time into development to create a premier PC experience. We’ll have more to share during the Halo Championship Series Invitational at SXSW on March 15-17. We also announced that we’re bringing Halo: Reach to Halo: The Master Chief Collection for Xbox One and PC! Players will be able to experience this legendary title in stunning 4K/60fps and we’ll have more to share in the future.

Are You Ready for E3 2019?
At Xbox, planning for E3 2019 has kicked into high gear and we couldn’t be more excited for what we have in store for our fans.  As you may have heard, Bonnie Ross head of 343i, recently confirmed we’ll learn more about Halo Infinite at the show.  Our community team is hard at work getting ready for the return of Xbox FanFest, one of our favourite events at E3.  And we’re stoked to announce that in collaboration with AEG and L.A. Live, Microsoft Square will soon be renamed Xbox Plaza and will be a big part of what we have in store for E3 in June.  Cool, right?  We’ll have more to share on how Xbox Plaza is shaping up, all things FanFest and so much more goodness on E3 2019 in coming weeks and months ahead so be sure to stay tuned to Xbox Wire, This Week on Xbox and Inside Xbox for all the latest info.

The Phantom White Special Edition Joins the Xbox Wireless Controller Family
Controller announcements The Xbox Wireless Controller – Phantom White Special Edition is the second controller in our Phantom Series following the Phantom Black Special EditionThe design is the optimal blend of luxury and Sci-Fi, embodying a new slant on technical beauty. You can grab the Phantom White Special Edition at retailers worldwide beginning April 2 for $99.95 AUD, or pre-order yours today at select retailers, including your local Microsoft Store or online.

State of Decay 2 Lets You Choose Your Own Apocalypse
During today’s Inside Xbox segment, we revealed more about the two all-new terrifyingly awesome difficulty levels coming to State of Decay 2 with the free Choose Your Own Apocalypse Update (that we mentioned late last year) coming to Xbox Game Pass members and current players starting on March 26. Dread Zones will offer exciting challenges for experienced players, such as deadlier zombies, plague-infected juggernauts, a faster-acting blood plague, and fewer resources to scavenge. Want the ultimate challenge? Nightmare Zones are grueling endurance tests for hardcore players, featuring wandering groups of freaks and hostile humans capable of scoring lethal headshots against your survivors.

A Closer Look at the Future with Project xCloud
On today’s episode of Inside Xbox, we gave viewers their first real look at Project xCloud, a vision for game-streaming technology that will complement our console hardware and give gamers more choice in how and where they play. We’re developing Project xCloud not as a replacement for the video game console, but as a way to provide the same choice and versatility that lovers of music and movies enjoy today. We’re adding more ways to play Xbox games. We’re excited to share more about the technology in the coming months, including the first details of how and when you can help us to test it in real-world scenarios later this year.

Spatial Sound and the Wireless Display App are Changing the Game
As you might have heard, Xbox One currently supports Spatial Sound that’s specifically mixed for Dolby Atmos. During today’s show, we announced that the team is working to bring Spatial Sound to your whole Xbox One experience, regardless of whether it was specifically mixed for it. That includes all your games, movies, TV shows, and music content. Think as it as up-scaling for sound. To put it in simplest term: In the near future, all the content you experience through Xbox One is going to sound like it’s been mixed for Spatial Sound. We also announced that the team is in the process right now of rolling out the Wireless Display app, which is available in the Microsoft Store today. This app lets you project from your desktop or laptop PC or even your tablet onto the biggest and best screen in the house. Go check it out now!

DayZ Shambles Out of Xbox Game Preview
Bohemia Interactive’s DayZ has been a big hit on Xbox Game Preview, so we were happy to share on today’s episode that this intense RPG shooter will be coming out of XGP on March 27. Yes, you and your friends will be able to take on zombie hordes, as well as other players, in an attempt to stay alive. You’ll need to scavenge the world for weapons, food, water, weapons, and medicine, dealing with both zombies and competing players as you try to survive the outbreak. It’s one of the most intense experiences on Xbox One, and we’re excited for the full version to be released.

We hope you enjoyed the show, and we’ll see you next month!

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13th March 2019


Developers Fool’s Theory & IMGN.PRO, announce that Seven: Enhanced Edition is coming to PC and PS4 on March 26th. It’s an enriched version of Seven: The Days Long Gone, which was originally released for Windows PC on December 1st, 2017.

Seven: Enhanced Edition will include a lot of gameplay improvements as well as the DLC named Drowned Past, which brings new storyline including quests, locations, characters, enemies and skill, resulting in addition of over 7 hours of gameplay to the base game.

Seven: Enhanced Edition is going to be a debut for the franchise on PlayStation 4. Players who own original Seven: The Days Long Gone on PC will receive Enhanced Edition as a completely free update.

About Seven: Enhanced Edition:

Seven: Enhanced Edition is an open-world, isometric stealth and action role-playing game, in which you play as Teriel, a master thief sent on a mission that will shake the foundations of the Vetrall Empire. Free roam across the vibrant prison island of Peh and explore the sea depths on board of an enormous submarine.

In the Drowned Past expansion player will run into ‘the Enclave’, a ragtag group of mysterious vagabonds who have discovered the mythological sunken vessel and are exploring it in the hopes of unearthing riches. But things that are buried, are buried for good reason, as Teriel and the Enclave will discover.

Seven: Enhanced Edition will also include an array of new opponents, weapons, outfits, crafting schematics and skill.

Seven: Enhanced Edtion main features:
  • 3D Isometric RPG
  • Rich, interwoven storyline
  • Combat: multiple styles allow for players to be creative in how they tackle obstacles
  • Hero Progression System: based purely on skill and equipment; progression unlocks new upgradable skills
  • AI Reactions: NPCs are responsive to actions
  • Open world perfect for exploration
  • Brand new climbing system
  • Stunning environments
  • Play Your Way - Stealth or brute force, freedom of choice

More information about the game can be found on the official website, and on the Facebook and Twitter profiles.

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Devil May Cry 5 Releases Globally Today

The SSStylish Devil May Cry™ 5 Releases Globally Today!

Time to pull those Devil Triggers! The smokin’ sexy stylish Devil May Cry™ 5 is available worldwide starting today for the Xbox One family of devices including the Xbox One X, PlayStation 4 computer entertainment system, and PC.

This latest entry in the over-the-top action series drops you into the battleground of a new demonic invasion where humanity’s last hope rests in the hands of three demon hunters: Nero, Dante and newcomer V. Each has a radically different combat play style and arsenal to draw from and, as always, style counts. Experience the thrilling culmination of the Sons of Sparda saga and settle the eternal battle of good vs. evil once and for all.

In addition to the standard edition of Devil May Cry 5, the Deluxe Edition is also available today, featuring the full game plus: four alternate devil breaker weapons for Nero, motorcycle weapon variant for Dante, alternate style rank and title screen announcers, behind the scenes live action cutscenes, and classic battle theme music options.

Post-launch, coming in April as a free update is the return of fan-favourite Bloody Palace Mode. This extra quick-elimination mode pits players against hordes of progressively difficulty, fast-approaching enemies and bosses until they reach the end of the palace.

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8th March 2019

Burnt Horizon is here, Are Australians still a myth?

Kick off your thongs, straighten that mullet, grab some grog and remember most of all, we're not here to F*$k spiders. 

Ubisoft announced that Operation Burnt Horizon, the first season of Year 4 of Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six® Siege, is now available for PC, PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system and Xbox One. Operation Burnt Horizon brings two new Operators, Mozzie and Gridlock alongside with a new map: Outback, set in a forgotten service station on a lost Australian highway.

Check out the trailer below! 

Owners of the Year 4 Pass can play with the new Operators starting today. Other players will be able to unlock these Operators starting March 14th using Renown or R6 Credits. The brand-new Outback map and new content improvements are now available for free to all players.

Operation Burnt Horizon:

In Operation Burnt Horizon, players will meet two new Operators:
  • Mozzie, an Australian Defender, that can hack Attackers’ drones and take control of them with his Pest Launcher. Having Mozzie in the team gives a significant advantage to the Defenders, and Attackers better watch their drones if they do not want to lose crucial intel.

  • Gridlock is an Australian Attacker who can deploy Trax Stinger spike mats capable of slowing down and hurting Defenders stepping on them. This feature, unique for an Attacker, enables them to use the Trax as an obstacle to reshape the map and control an area.
In addition, players will discover the lost Australian highways in the new Outback map, an homage to the forgotten service stations lost in Australia’s sunburnt countryside. Outback is a medium-sized map packed with twists, turns, and Australiana, and is filled with unexpected corners and souvenirs from the Great Southern Land.

Operation Burnt Horizon also features a series of iconic themes of Australia and a new Hibana Elite Set.

Newcomer Playlist & Playlists updates

A brand-new newcomer playlist for players under level 50, to help them learn the basics of Rainbow Six Siege. They will play the Bomb mode of classic maps most representative of the game’s core gameplay, namely Chalet, Bank, and Consulate. Attackers will vote for a team spawn point while on the Defenders' side, the bomb sites will be automatically pre-selected by the game.

The Casual playlist will now improve the flow between the Newcomer and Ranked and has been updated. Finally, to stabilise the Ranked gameplay experience, the required minimum level has been raised to 30.

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Combining an AR engine, a bot for Facebook Messenger and geolocation technologies, Ubisoft creates “The Division 2 Echo experience”, a mobile-only experience allowing users to deep dive into the world of The Division 2

Ubisoft, in collaboration with DDB Paris and Make Me Pulse, revealed The Division 2 Echo experience, a unique digital and immersive experience leveraging augmented reality and geolocation technologies, that will embark users into the world of The Division 2. The experience, dubbed in English and subtitled in Spanish, French, Italian, German, Traditional Chinese and Thai, is now available across Europe, Middle East and Asia territories. Users can access The Division 2 Echo experience on their mobile

Accessible through a dedicated experience available exclusively on Messenger, The Division 2 Echo experience allows fans to dig deeper into the game narrative. Through more than 50 different stories users will discover the everyday lives of the civilians of Washington D.C. seven months after the virus outbreak that hit New York City. Multiple Points of Interest such as grocery stores, schools, gas stations or banks, can be found in each of the cities integrating the experience. Users will be provided their location coordinates thanks to an integrated GPS. While users unlock the Echo stories they will collect rewards and in-game items that will automatically be unlocked when The Division 2 launches via the Ubisoft Club.

Led by Massive Entertainment in collaboration with seven other studios around the world**, Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 is the next evolution in the open-world online shooter RPG genre that the first game helped establish. Set seven months after a deadly virus was released in New York City, Tom Clancy's The Division 2 will bring players into a fractured and collapsing Washington D.C. The world is on the brink, its people living through the biggest crisis ever faced in human history. As veteran Division agents, players are the last hope against the complete fall of society as enemy factions vie for control of the city. If Washington D.C. is lost, the entire nation falls. Building upon more than two years of listening to and learnings from The Division community, Tom Clancy's The Division 2 will offer a substantial campaign that organically flows into a robust endgame, to create a cohesive and meaningful experience for all types of players.
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