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Razer Wolverine V2 Chroma gets wild for Xbox Series X, One, and PC

Razer Wolverine V2 Chroma gets wild for Xbox Series X, One, and PC

The Razer Wolverine V2 Chroma was revealed this week in preparation for launch for Xbox Series X and S, Xbox One, and PC. This newest version of the original Wolverine works with a new design, a whole bunch of buttons, interchangeable thumbstick caps, and Chroma RGB lights aplenty. This new version of the controller will be made available direct rom Razer, at RazerStores, and at authorized retailers around the world.

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Xbox Movies Anywhere app finally lets you sync your films on consoles

Xbox Movies Anywhere app finally lets you sync your films on consoles

There are tons of legitimate and legal sources for streaming TV shows and movies these days that it can sometimes be difficult to keep track of all of them. Not all sources play nice with each other, of course, so you often end up juggling multiple apps simultaneously. Movies Anywhere attempted to bring order to the House of Mouse, but its reach didn't include all entertainment devices. That changes today with the introduction of the Movies Anywhere app for the Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S, turning the consoles into true one-stop shops for most of the movies you might have purchased.

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Xbox cloud streaming and remote play are now available on Windows PCs

Xbox cloud streaming and remote play are now available on Windows PCs

Game streaming news has seemingly taken a backseat in the past few months, especially as new consoles and gaming devices popped up to cater to on-device gameplay. But while the likes of Google Stadia and NVIDIA GeForce NOW seem to have settled down to a regular cadence of announcing new games added to their libraries, Xbox continues to actually expand its technology and its reach. The latest big announcement is actually one that you would have expected to be there early on, as Xbox's streaming functionality finally supports Microsoft's own Windows platform.

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Xbox Game Pass closes out September with a flood of day-one releases

Xbox Game Pass closes out September with a flood of day-one releases

We find ourselves right in the middle of the month, which means that a new batch of Xbox Game Pass games has been announced. There's a grand total of 13 games hitting the service in the final weeks of September, so Microsoft has lined up a packed couple of weeks. 8 of these new games are coming to Xbox Game Pass on day one as well, so Xbox Game Pass definitely seems to be closing out September with a bang.

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Dying Light 2 Stay Human hit with another delay

Dying Light 2 Stay Human hit with another delay

Another day, another delay. This morning, the folks at Techland announced that Dying Light 2 Stay Human has been delayed beyond its December release. Unfortunately, this is the second time the game has been delayed, but thankfully for those who have been looking forward to Dying Light 2 Stay Human, this latest delay isn't a massive one.

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Far Cry 6 post-launch DLC includes Rambo and Stranger Things crossovers

Far Cry 6 post-launch DLC includes Rambo and Stranger Things crossovers

Far Cry 6 isn't even here yet, and already Ubisoft is talking about the post-launch roadmap for the game. That's par for the course for Ubisoft, and for those who are looking forward to Far Cry 6, it seems that the company has a lot of post-launch content lined up. From crossovers and special operations to weekly insurgencies and event throwbacks to old Far Cry games, it seems that Far Cry 6 will have an extensive mix of free and paid DLC.

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Latest Xbox Free Play Days weekend has a little something for everyone

Latest Xbox Free Play Days weekend has a little something for everyone

The weekend is nearly here, and as it does every once in a while, Microsoft has kicked off another Free Play Days promotion. As always, three games have gone entirely free-to-play for the duration of the weekend, with discounts available for those who decide to buy once the free weekend is up. However, keep in mind that you'll need to be subscribed to Xbox Live Gold to participate in this Free Play Days promo.

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Xbox Insiders test Controller firmware update, upgraded TV integration

Xbox Insiders test Controller firmware update, upgraded TV integration

Although they look like they just play games, gaming consoles today are as complicated as PCs. They even share almost the same as desktop computers while functioning as an entertainment hub for games and other digital content. Likewise, game controllers have become more sophisticated, more complex, and a bit more general-purpose. It's not surprising, then, that Xbox is lining up a few updates that will upgrade players' experiences when using first-party Xbox controllers and when using an Xbox in tandem with a TV.

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Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl gameplay trailer drops essential tidbits

Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl gameplay trailer drops essential tidbits

Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl is already shaping up to be one of the most surprising games of the year. While many of us probably assumed All-Star Brawl was just going to be some Nickelodeon-themed Smash Bros. cash grab, we quickly realized that the developers behind the game seem to be taking it very seriously. If you need more convincing, then Ludosity's new gameplay breakdown might be worth a watch.

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The Riftbreaker release date revealed for PS5, Xbox Series X, and PC

The Riftbreaker release date revealed for PS5, Xbox Series X, and PC

Action RPGs and base-building games are both very popular genres, and the upcoming game The Riftbreaker looks to combine the two while tossing in a dash of tower defense. The Riftbreaker has been slowly building up a fanbase thanks to a demo titled The Riftbreaker: Prologue on Steam, and today we finally learned when the full game will be releasing for PC, Xbox Series X, and PS5.

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Microsoft Flight Simulator World Update 6 takes us to the Alps

Microsoft Flight Simulator World Update 6 takes us to the Alps

World Update 6 for Microsoft Flight Simulator is here, and it sounds like a big one. Like all of the other world updates that have come before it, World Update 6 will focus on a specific region of the world, shipping new elevation and terrain data and fleshing that region out in general. With World Update 6, we're heading to Europe once more, as the update includes improvements for Germany, Austria, and Switzerland.

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Halo Infinite edition Razer accessories make the experience official

Halo Infinite edition Razer accessories make the experience official

This week the folks at Razer are celebrating the release of Halo Infinite with a collection of new peripherals. These products are similar to their non-Halo iterations, here rolling with Mjolnir Powered Assault Armor aplenty. Each of these products comes with Halo Infinite "bonus in-game content" as well. Appearing today are the Kaira Pro, BlackWidow V3, DeathAdder V2, and a Goliathus for good measure.

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