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Xbox Series X in stock at GameStop, PS5 restock imminent

Xbox Series X in stock at GameStop, PS5 restock imminent

A restock for Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S hit GameStop this afternoon in multiple formats. Online sales appeared for the Xbox Series S and White Controller System Bundle for $425. An Xbox Series X Madden NFL 21 and Black Controller System Bundle was released as well, for a cool $695.

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Tony Hawk Pro Skater 1 + 2 confirmed for Switch, PS5, Xbox Series X

Tony Hawk Pro Skater 1 + 2 confirmed for Switch, PS5, Xbox Series X

Well that didn't take long: shortly after Nintendo, Xbox, Crash Bandicoot, Activision, and Tony Hawk himself were teasing the impending announcement that Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1 + 2 will be coming to new platforms, we now have confirmation of it. Activision has announced that Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1 + 2 is coming to Switch later this year in addition to getting a next-gen update on PS5 and Xbox Series X.

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Xbox Live Games with Gold for March are for fans of shooters

Xbox Live Games with Gold for March are for fans of shooters

With the first day of March getting ever closer, Microsoft has revealed the Xbox Live Games with Gold lineup for next month. If there's a theme to this month, it definitely seems to be shooters - be they tactical, top-down, or run-and-gun games. If you're a fan of shooters of any variety, you'll probably want to reserve at least a little bandwidth to download these games next month.

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Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2 delayed again, and this time it’s a big one

Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2 delayed again, and this time it’s a big one

Bad news for those of you looking forward to Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines 2, as the game has been delayed again. This is the third delay the game has suffered, and this time, the delay is a big one not only in terms of how far the game has been pushed back, but also in terms of the event that prompted this delay. We don't have a specific release date for Bloodlines 2 yet, but we do know that we've got quite the wait ahead of us.

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Destiny 2’s future is set: Bungie just stacked the deck

Destiny 2’s future is set: Bungie just stacked the deck

This week Bungie reaffirmed their dedication to Destiny 2 and the entire Destiny IP in a major way. They've revealed that they'll be expanding their Bellevue, WA headquarters, investing in new key talent, and welcomed new members to the Bungie Board of Directors "from the Entertainment and Media Industry." Keep this moment in your mind - it may be a key point at which Bungie pushed Destiny beyond the borders of a traditional game, into the multi-media stratosphere.

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Fall Guys just got some Xbox good news

Fall Guys just got some Xbox good news

Yesterday, we learned that Fall Guys will be coming to Nintendo Switch later this year. With the Switch version finally confirmed, that left one big question: What about Xbox? Xbox One players have been right there with Switch players wondering when Fall Guys would come to their platform of choice, and today, we got an answer to that question as well.

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No Man’s Sky Companions update gives you a spacefaring travel buddy

No Man’s Sky Companions update gives you a spacefaring travel buddy

Ever since launch, one of the cornerstones of No Man's Sky has been the strange fauna that you encounter on most of the planets you visit. Players are almost certain to come across unique looking alien lifeforms as they make their way through the universe, but up until now, interaction with them was mostly limited to scanning them to add their data to your encyclopedia. That all changes today with the arrival of No Man's Sky's first content update for 2021, dubbed Companions.

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Xbox Series X|S backward compatibility gets FPS boost for some older games

Xbox Series X|S backward compatibility gets FPS boost for some older games

Backward compatibility has been one of Microsoft's areas of focus for several years now, and in the lead up to the launch of the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S, Microsoft confirmed that it will still be a major area of focus moving forward. Most Xbox One games are playable on Xbox Series X|S, along with a number of Xbox 360 games and even a few original Xbox titles. Today, Microsoft is revealing a new backward compatibility feature called FPS Boost that will help some games run even better.

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PlayStation 5 restock hits Amazon and Target without warning

PlayStation 5 restock hits Amazon and Target without warning

Both Amazon and Target appeared to release the Sony PlayStation 5 (PS5) without much warning, putting the next-gen console on sale to the public. It would not appear that Best Buy, Walmart, or GameStop have been gifted additional stock of the exceedingly fast-selling video game console. If either Amazon or Target follow the methods used with the most recent restocks of PS5 and Xbox Series X, there's a good chance one or both will have more stock today or tomorrow.

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Xbox Game Pass closes out February with Dirt 5, Elite Dangerous

Xbox Game Pass closes out February with Dirt 5, Elite Dangerous

We are firmly in the middle of February, which means that Microsoft has delivered a mid-month update for Xbox Game Pass, detailing the games that will be landing on the service in the latter half of the month. Today's update was fairly slim by Game Pass standards, with only seven new additions announced. With that said, some of the games joining the Xbox Game Pass catalog are big names indeed.

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Xbox Wireless Headset borrows Surface Headphones tech but costs way less

Xbox Wireless Headset borrows Surface Headphones tech but costs way less

Microsoft today announced a new headset to go along with the Xbox Series X|S. Dubbed simply the new Xbox Wireless Headset, this is the first Microsoft-crafted headset we've seen in quite some time. If you haven't managed to get your hands on an Xbox Series X|S yet, this headset may still be worth picking up, as Microsoft says that it also works with Xbox One consoles, Windows 10 PCs, and mobile devices via Bluetooth.

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Microsoft xCloud web browser game streaming near public beta

Microsoft xCloud web browser game streaming near public beta

The Public Beta of Microsoft's xCloud for the web appears to be nearly ready for release. A report from The Verge today suggests that the web browser-based version of Microsoft xCloud is in testing in-house now, and should be ready for public beta play in the near future. This version should allow Microsoft xCloud to be played on more platforms than the cloud gaming service works with currently.

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