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The new Xbox may not use discs

The new Xbox may not use discs

By now, it's pretty clear that we're closing in on the end of the console generation. Though next-generation consoles likely won't be here until 2020 or 2021, both Sony and Microsoft have mentioned that they're working on new hardware. Before those new consoles can arrive, however, Microsoft might be planning another hardware revision for the Xbox One.

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Metro Exodus Spartan Collectors Edition full bonkers contents

Metro Exodus Spartan Collectors Edition full bonkers contents

The folks at Deep Silver know exactly what sort of world we're living in today, and as such, their next game release is insane. They've revealed the contents of their next title today: Metro Exodus Spartan Collectors Edition, complete with a limited edition of 4,000 units. This is easily the most bonkers way to buy this game - and it's not even the most wild release of the week, and it's only Monday.

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Xbox Black Friday deals have already begun

Xbox Black Friday deals have already begun

Thanksgiving is still two weeks away and the holidays are even farther but that has never been a reason not to pile up on gifts, for others or even for yourself. Fortunately, some companies are more than happy to help by getting the ball rolling early for their Black Friday and holiday discounts. If you’re a gamer, specifically a console gamer, and even more specifically an Xbox console gamer, then you might want to take a peek at what ol’ Microsoft has to offer.

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Xbox Game Pass coming to PCs

Xbox Game Pass coming to PCs

Console and PC gamers alike fear that Microsoft might be smashing their two worlds together. Those fears have so far not yet been realized though Microsoft has indeed taken steps to put its two gaming platforms on somewhat equal footing. Fortunately, those changes have been pretty beneficial for gamers on both sides of the fence. At a recent earnings call, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella confirmed plans to again level the playing field by bringing the once Xbox-exclusive Game Pass subscription to Windows 10 PCs as well.

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The fancy new Fortnite move you’re being beaten with

The fancy new Fortnite move you’re being beaten with

We're tracking a new way to move in Fortnite that dominates the map - and chances are you've already happened across it without realizing. It's called Bunny Hopping by average everyday masters of the game, and it requires only that you have some really, really good timing. Or the sort of mouse that allows you to make your scroll wheel into a jump button - but that's only for PC players. Today we're gonna try to cover everyone at once.

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Xbox Games with Gold October 2018 lineup revealed: Hitman and more

Xbox Games with Gold October 2018 lineup revealed: Hitman and more

Microsoft has revealed its October 2018 Games with Gold lineup, detailing a total of four games that will be made available starting on October 1. As expected, the games' availability will be spread out, only two arriving on the first, followed by another two later in the month. Both Xbox One and Xbox 360 titles are included.

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All 10 new update features in Fortnite Season 6

All 10 new update features in Fortnite Season 6

The Fortnite Season 6 update is released and all players should, by now, have their updates activated on all platforms. The release date for this update meant we'd inevitably see some Halloween goodness splayed across the gameplay map and the store - and what do you know, it's all here, it's all happening! In addition to some creepy and/or spooky happenings in the landscape, there's now a puppy dog. It's a puppy dog, it's so super cute!

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Shadow of the Tomb Raider trailer seems impossibly detailed

Shadow of the Tomb Raider trailer seems impossibly detailed

The newest Shadow of the Tomb Raider trailer shows details that'll knock you off your feet. Before you go any further, you'll want to take note of the PEGI 18 rating - that means it's not for kids. This game isn't meant for kids in any capacity, as it were. Not necessarily for an over-abundance of person-on-person violence, but for the constant potential for death of the main character.

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The Boring Company has a non-boring way to drive its drill

The Boring Company has a non-boring way to drive its drill

Some might be questioning Elon Musk’s mental health of late and there will be others who will probably point to The Boring Company as the earliest signs of its deterioration. The grand vision is definitely worth chasing but Musk’s youngest venture has taken a few odd turns along the way. Now it’s showing off something that’s, yet again, purely for fun. But the random demonstration of a gigantic drilling machine operated using an Xbox controller isn’t going to do Musk’s PR any favors.

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Custom Xbox One controller is Greaseproof and nasty

Custom Xbox One controller is Greaseproof and nasty

Supposing you've got a collection of Xbox One controllers and you're a completist, you're going to need to get nasty. This is the Greaseproof 1.0 controller, custom made (actually in an edition, so not really unique) by Microsoft to celebrate the launch of PLAYERUNKNOWN'S BATTLEGROUNDS. This is easily the slickest, most shiny, and strangest Xbox One controller of them all.

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Battlefield 5 release date: Delayed! Here’s why

Battlefield 5 release date: Delayed! Here’s why

EA Games and DICE just revealed that they would be delaying the release of Battlefield V (or 5, however you want to put it), until a later date. The Battlefield 5 Beta seems to be rolling out on schedule, sort of, by appearing in Open Beta form starting on September 6th. That's soon, and now sadly far away from the final release date - which again, was ruthlessly delayed by the dastardly devs that wish to do nothing but good things to the game before it's ready for full release.

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Xbox Games with Gold September 2018 list: LEGO, vintage Sega and more

Xbox Games with Gold September 2018 list: LEGO, vintage Sega and more

Microsoft has revealed the latest batch of free games made available to Xbox Live Gold subscribers. Starting on September 1, Xbox One owners will get access to two games for free, those being joined by two additional games later in the month. Xbox 360 owners will also get something special, though only two free games instead of four. What can you expect?

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