1. More Xbox 360 Games Get Xbox One X Enhancements

    Microsoft announced some big backwards compatibility news during tonight's Inside Xbox broadcast. Along with a huge selection of original Xbox games that will soon be playable on Xbox One, the company revealed that another batch of Xbox 360 titles are getting enhancements on its new Xbox One X console.
  2. Xbox One Adds A Bunch Of Original Xbox Backwards Compatible Games

    As teased, Microsoft revealed a bunch of new original Xbox games that will soon be backwards compatible with Xbox One. During the latest episode of Inside Xbox, the company announced that 19 original Xbox titles will be playable on the current-gen console this month, including some of the platform's most beloved releases.
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    Big Call Of Duty: WWII Update Out Now; Here's What's New

    Activision has rolled out a big new patch for Call of Duty: WWII. The update is available to download now on all platforms--PS4, Xbox One, and PC--and is one of the most dramatic the game has received to date, making sweeping changes to its full range of playable classes.
  4. Here's Overwatch's New Retribution Mode From The New Update

    With Overwatch's next seasonal event, Overwatch Archives 2018: Retribution, now live, players will be able to dive into new PvE oriented fight for survival against the forces of Talon Organization. Set eight years before the events of the main game, Retribution focuses on an ill-fated mission headed up by Blackwatch, a unit comprised of McCree, Genji, Moira, and Gabriel Reyes--who would eventually become Reaper.
  5. Call Of Duty: WWII DLC Pack 2, The War Machine, Out Now On PS4

    The second DLC expansion for Call of Duty: WWII is now available for some players. Activision has released The War Machine map pack on PS4, which introduces a handful of new maps, an additional War mode mission, and other content to the popular WWII shooter.
  6. Free Ghost Recon Wildlands Update Out Now; Here's What's New

    Following a series of announcements and teases, Ubisoft has released the first update of Year 2 for Ghost Recon Wildlands. As with all Year 2 expansions, the Tom Clancy-branded open-world game receives new PvE and PvP content all centered around a theme: Splinter Cell.
  7. Pokémon Go's New Event Focuses on First-Gen Monsters

    The next limited-time event for Pokémon Go begins this week, Niantic announced. From today, April 10, at 1 p.m. PT until April 17, players will find way more first-generation Pokémon out in the wild than usual.
  8. PUBG Xbox One Update Coming Very Soon, Patch Notes Released

    A new update is coming very soon for the Xbox One version of PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds. According to the official patch notes, Update 12 adds a new free crate and introduces a few "crucial bug fixes."
  9. Some Grand Theft Auto IV Songs Will Be Removed Soon

    As incredible as it is, Grand Theft Auto IV is coming up on its tenth birthday later this month. And this means that some music licenses will expire and Rockstar will have to remove a bunch of tracks from the game's soundtrack.
  10. Splinter Cell/Ghost Recon crossover

    Splinter Cell’s Sam Fisher is coming to Ghost Recon Wildlands tomorrow, April 10 as part of a free mission, Ubisoft confirmed today. Players will be able to embark on a nighttime stealth mission and work alongside Fisher to earn some of his trademark gear in the game.
  11. Play Ghost Recon: Wildlands For Free This Weekend

    If you're interested in the open-world shooter Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Wildlands but haven't picked it up yet, we have some good news: You'll get a chance to try the game for free this weekend. The free-play weekend runs April 12 through 15, on PS4, Xbox One, and PC.
  12. Far Cry 5 Update Out Now On PS4 And Xbox One, Here Are The Patch Notes

    Ubisoft has rolled out a new update for Far Cry 5. Following its release on PC last week, update 4 is now available for PS4 and Xbox One, bringing the same assortment of fixes and quality-of-life adjustments to the console versions of the game.
  13. Horror Mystery Dead Secret Hits PS VR, PS4 April 24

    Hello, PS Blog! This is Ben Throop from Frame Interactive. Last time I posted here was when we brought you Headmaster for PS VR. Now I want to tell you what we’ve been up to since. So, we heard you like horror games… but we also heard that some of you might want something that is not, how do you say, pants-crappingly intense? Maybe something a little more mysterious? A little more psychological?
  14. New Mythical Pokemon Revealed For Ultra Sun And Moon

    Pokemon Ultra Sun and Moon have been out for months now, but that hasn't stopped The Pokemon Company from revealing new monsters for the pair of games. The newest addition to the roster is the Mythical Pokemon Zeraora, an electric type that "creates a powerful magnetic field by emitting strong electric currents from the pads on its hands and feet."
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    Xbox One Getting Miramar in May

    PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds on Xbox One will get the Miramar map in May, game director Brendan Greene said during a panel at PAX East this afternoon.
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    Call Of Duty: WWII's Divisions Are Being Overhauled

    Call of Duty: WWII is getting a new DLC pack soon, but that's not the only thing that's coming. Developer Sledgehammer also recently announced an overhaul of the game's playable classes, called Divisions. And from the first details, it appears that it'll bring about quite the change to multiplayer.