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Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus
looks so good, you guys. Bethesda released a new gameplay trailer today, and it's full of blood, explosions, foul language, and sex. According to the video's synopsis, Manhattan is a wasteland, New Orleans is being purged, and Nazis brazenly goose step down the streets of small-town USA. But, series protagonist BJ Blazkowicz is leading a small group of resistance fighters and he has a plan. And it probably involves a nuke. Wolfenstein II comes out October 27th on Xbox One.

Video below, must be signed in to youtube to view it.

Microsoft first announced support for cross-platform play at E3 last year, but Sony has been hesitant to enable it. Eurogamer reports that Reddit users have noticed that Epic’s co-op survival game, Fortnite, has been quietly updated to support cross-platform play between Xbox One and PS4 players. An Epic Games spokesperson confirmed to the The Verge that this was an unintended mistake. “We had a configuration issue and it has now been corrected.”

Earlier this year, Sony refused to enable cross-platform play for both Rocket League and Minecraft, despite Microsoft and Nintendo both supporting it across Xbox One, PC, and Switch. Rocket League developer Psyonix previously said the game would support PS4 cross-platform play in “less than an hour all over the world” if Sony removed its blocks.

Read more: https://www.theverge.com/2017/9/18/16327964/xbox-playstation-4-cross-platform-play-fortnite
Square Enix's recent efforts to make Final Fantasy XV the center of a new universe-within-an-IP business model have apparently paid off. The game, which sits at the core of a galaxy of ports, re-releases, and transmedia products, has transformed significantly since its launch in 2016. The Japanese publisher has updated the action RPG with a smattering of free new content updates to expand the game that dramatically change it from its launch state, coupled with a stream of premium paid content to boot. The game is even getting its own MMO-like online mode.

Read more: https://www.tweaktown.com/news/59159/final-fantasy-xv-sold-6-5-million-units/index.html
When was the last time you were truly immersed and engaged in an activity? Mindfulness types call it ‘flow’, and positive psychologists say this state of total involvement is what we really mean when we talk about happiness. Project Cars 2, could be one of the most demanding sim racer ever played.

With all the assists off and a decent racing wheel plugged in, it requires so much sustained attention, so many micro-adjustments in response to tiny whispers of feedback from the car, that there’s simply no brainpower left to think about anything other than getting your Audi R18 around the last turn at Zolder.

Continue reading @ PCGamer
You may well have played Baja: Edge of Control. After all, it released back in 2008 to deliver some of the most hardcore off-road racing to gamers around the globe. Now though Baja is back – in HD!

Available right now for £23.99, Baja: Edge of Control HD on Xbox One and PS4 is the remastered version of the 2008 release, ensuring that more than 1000 miles of terrain, the steepest mountains and the thickest mud have never looked so good.

Features:
  • 4 player split screen and online multiplayer
  • More than 160 vehicles to choose from
  • Repair vehicle damage via truck and helicopter teams
  • Revolutionary vehicle physics respond to every bump and rut you drive over
  • 200 authentic vehicle parts to fine-tune the performance of your off-road machine
  • More than 100 tracks, nine open worlds and 1000 miles of drive-to-horizon landscape
  • Lots of different events, including Hill Climb, Baja Endurance Rally, Circuit Tracks and more

Continue Reading @ thexboxhub

Limited edition and custom controllers have been hugely successful for all the current games consoles, with multiple colours and designs available from Xbox, PlayStation and Nintendo alike.However, only one of those also allows you to design your own, one-of-a-kind controller to use while playing.

Microsoft launched its Xbox Design Lab in the US first and then UK this summer and pocket-lint.com has been busy using the service to order their own specially-designed controller in order to share our thoughts on the finished pad. They also give you a heads up on how to make your own.

Check out the full how-to article @ pocket-lint
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