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Oops – Battlefield 4: Dragon’s Teeth DLC was dated by EA, then quickly pulled

Battlefield 4: Dragon’s Teeth will launch this month, but until last night we didn’t have a solid release date. Origin confirmed it, then quickly removed the announcement. Oops. It follows a list of content coming in Battlefield 4: Dragon’s Teeth, including new maps, a riot shield, and assignments. Origin’s Twitter feed posted this message last night: The

 
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Battlefield 4 – Official Dragon’s Teeth DLC Key Art Revealed, First Gameplay Incoming Next Week

Here, we get a much clearer shot of the new ballistic shield that DICE planing to introduce to Battlefield 4, alongside a number of rumored weapons like the Desert Eagle, Bulldog 762 Assault Rifle, CS5 Sniper Rifle, and more. As a bonus, the studio also announced that, next week, fans will get their first glimpse Dragon’s Teeth gameplay, so definitely keep

 
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Team Old Farts Server is up and running on Xbox One

Our server is finally up and running on Xbox One. Just search for “farts” and it will popup! The server is a 64 players conquest The current map rotation:

 
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Xbox One April Update Rolling Out Today – Patch Notes

Published on April 15, 2014 by in Xbox One

For those of you who aren’t apart of Microsoft’s Xbox One Update Preview program, the April update is rolling out today through tomorrow. The new update offers a myriad of new features and fixes, which you can see below.

 
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DirectX 12: A game changer for Xbox One

Published on April 8, 2014 by in Xbox One

This week at Build, Microsoft unveiled their new graphics stack, DirectX 12, which was demonstrated to more than double performance on existing hardware and work on all Microsoft platforms. Earlier this year, AMD’s new Mantle platform demonstrated what was possible if the graphics stack could effectively utilize all the cores on modern CPUs. The result was

 
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Xbox One YouTube App To Receive Update, Integrates Game DVR and Upload Functions

Published on April 8, 2014 by in Xbox One

According to Xbox Newswire, the update is now official. Microsoft stated the following about YouTube update: “Game DVR and Upload are among the most used apps on Xbox One. We know how important it is to be able to easily watch and share video clips, and starting tomorrow we’re rolling out an update to the YouTube app

 
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Battlefield 4 – Make Loadout Presets With New Battlelog Update

On April 8, Battlefield 4 developer DICE is introducing a new update to the game’s social, stat-tracking service that will allow users to create their own loadout presets to take with them in-game. You’ll be able to create two custom loadouts per kit and vehicle – four for Premium members – that can be accessed in-game, but

 
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Xbox One April update change list sneaks out of private forums – rumour

Published on April 7, 2014 by in Xbox One

Xbox One is getting a host of updates this month, with alleged beta testers leaking the contents, which include more fixes than new features. In a conversation with Larry “Major Nelson” Hryb, Microsoft’s Phil Spencer confirmed the April Xbox One firmware update will drop soon. Details of at least one upcoming update have surfaced on NeoGAF, apparently

 
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Official Xbox 360 Emulator for Xbox One a Possiblity, Says Microsoft

Published on April 7, 2014 by in Xbox One

Backwards compatibility might not be a base feature on the Xbox One, but Microsoft has plans to bring an Xbox 360 emulator to the newest member of the Xbox brand at some point. During the Microsoft Build developer conference attended by Kotaku, an audience member asked lead partner development Frank Savage if “there are any plans

 
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Battlefield 4 – Hidden Phantom Trainee Challenge Unlocked

With the Battlefield 4 community discovering how to unlock the mysterious Phantom Prospect challenge after being stumped by it for some time, they’ve met the same problem with the latest Phantom Program challenge to appear, Phantom Trainee. Until today. YouTuber Ambient Flush recently explained how to unlock the Phantom Trainee challenge. He revealed that in order to unlock it, you

 
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