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Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 + 2 Nintendo Switch release date and price revealed

Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 + 2 Nintendo Switch release date and price revealed

This week the folks at Activision revealed the release date and pricing for Tony Hawk on Nintendo Switch. This is the latest version of the game series, the title called "Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1 and 2" for Nintendo Switch, the latest in a series of platforms on which the game is available.

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Fall Guys for Xbox and Switch delayed and crossplay is to blame

Fall Guys for Xbox and Switch delayed and crossplay is to blame

Fall Guys, in case you haven't heard, is coming to Xbox and Switch at some point in the future. Originally, the Xbox and Switch versions of the game were slated to launch sometime this summer, but now both versions have been delayed. Instead, developer Mediatonic has indicated that it will add cross-play to Fall Guys before launching on Xbox and Switch.

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EA Play and Xbox Game Pass are getting a big addition next month

EA Play and Xbox Game Pass are getting a big addition next month

EA has announced that the next big addition to EA Play will be FIFA 21. The game is joining EA Play next month across all platforms the service is available on. That also means that FIFA 21 will be joining the Xbox Game Pass roster as well, as Microsoft and EA rolled EA Play into Xbox Game Pass on both console and PC last year beginning last year.

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Cyberpunk 2077 Hotfix 1.22 closes out April with these new fixes

Cyberpunk 2077 Hotfix 1.22 closes out April with these new fixes

Cyberpunk 2077 is getting another update today, and this one is geared toward tackling some of the issues that have been reported by the playerbase since the last patch. CD Projekt Red is referring to this update as Hotfix 1.22, and in addition to quashing some of the issues reported by players, the company says that it makes further stability improvements to the game.

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Xbox Live Games with Gold for May 2021 serve up fantasy board games, island nations

Xbox Live Games with Gold for May 2021 serve up fantasy board games, island nations

We're quickly closing in on May, and that means a new batch of Xbox Live Games with Gold are on the way. Today, Microsoft revealed the games it will offer for free next month to Xbox Live Gold subscribers. As always, there will be two games from the Xbox One era and two games from previous generations that are playable through backward compatibility.

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Apex Legends Season 9 ‘Legacy’ launch trailer is here

Apex Legends Season 9 ‘Legacy’ launch trailer is here

We're less than two weeks away from the launch of Apex Legends Season 9, which has been officially named "Legacy." We already know that the new season will introduce a new playable character called Valkyrie, and after seeing her origin story in a video from earlier this week, today we're seeing her go toe-to-toe with some of the other Legends. It seems that this launch trailer also reveals a new game mode, but of course, specifics are being kept under wraps for now.

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Xbox Series X update bringing Quick Resume, Audio Passthrough

Xbox Series X update bringing Quick Resume, Audio Passthrough

This week the folks at Microsoft revealed a new Xbox One X (and One S) update, complete with mods for Quick Resume. This update should be available to the masses soon, and to Xbox Insiders immediately. As Xbox Insiders receive the update this week, the wider public gets an idea of what will more than likely come to their gaming console in the next few weeks.

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Microsoft just made multiplayer free in a bunch of games

Microsoft just made multiplayer free in a bunch of games

Microsoft has been charging for multiplayer through Xbox Live Gold since the days of the Xbox 360, but today it's making a major change to the way that works. Earlier in the year, in response to pushback over a planned Xbox Live Gold price hike, Microsoft announced that not only would Xbox Live Gold subscriptions stay at the same cost, but also that it would start allowing online multiplayer in free-to-play games without an Xbox Live Gold subscription. Today, Microsoft did as it promised, enabling free online multiplayer in a ton of free-to-play games.

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Thrustmaster Formula Wheel Add-On Ferrari SF1000 Edition set for F1 2020

Thrustmaster Formula Wheel Add-On Ferrari SF1000 Edition set for F1 2020

There's a gaming controller in the mix this week made by Thrustmaster that'll make all your other gaming steering wheels look pathetic by comparison. This is the Thrustmaster Formula Wheel Add-On Ferrari SF1000 Edition, and it's absurdly detailed. This game works with the game F1 2020 for PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, and PC, right out the box - including the wheel's own built-in display. It'll work with more games in the future, too.

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Xbox Update makes whole experience more addictive

Xbox Update makes whole experience more addictive

The most major all-encompassing Xbox Update for April 2021 delivered several new ways for players to involve their lives in the gaming universe. One way this took effect was a new ability to view leaderboards and achievements in the Xbox mobile app on game detail pages. That may seem like a small change - but the implications are huge.

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Xbox Cloud Gaming Beta released to Windows 10, iPhone, iPad

Xbox Cloud Gaming Beta released to Windows 10, iPhone, iPad

This week Microsoft's bringing Xbox Cloud Gaming to a variety of machines in a limited Beta. Information comes from Catherine Gluckstein, VP and Head of Product, Cloud Gaming at Microsoft, who announced this new limited beta release. According to Gluckstein, there'll be a limited beta in Chrome and Edge browsers, to start - so it'll roll with as wide a variety of devices as possible right from the get-go.

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Resident Evil Village resolution and framerate revealed for PS5, Xbox Series X, Stadia

Resident Evil Village resolution and framerate revealed for PS5, Xbox Series X, Stadia

Yesterday, Capcom revealed new details about the Resident Evil series, announcing that Resident Evil Village will be getting a demo and Resident Evil 4 will be coming to Oculus Quest 2. Today, we're learning even more about Resident Evil Village, as Capcom has revealed the expected resolution and frame rate of the game on consoles and PC.

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