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Battlefield 4 Second Assault DLC to have four fan-favorite BF3 maps

DICE has revealed that four fan-favorite maps from Battlefield 3 will be remade with the Frostbite 3 engine for Battlefield 4. These maps will be part of the Second Assault DLC, which will be coming first to Xbox One as a timed exclusive sometime after the new console launches. So far, Caspian Border and Operation Metro are “runaway

 
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Xbox One adapter for Xbox 360 headsets inbound

Published on June 27, 2013 by in Xbox One

Microsoft is working on an adapter allowing you to use Xbox 360 wired headsets with the Xbox One. The news comes via the Xbox Support Twitter account, responding to a question about whether existing headsets will work with the new console. “We are working to develop an adapter for current wired headsets to connect. More details as

 
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Microsoft reveals Xbox One headsets aren’t included with base system

Published on June 25, 2013 by in Xbox One

The Official Xbox Magazine confirmed the lack of a packaged headset with Xbox Support, which tweeted that the system “does not come with a headset.” That’s in contrast to the current $299, 250GB Xbox 360 model, which includes a basic headset in the box (the lower-priced 4GB model does not include a headset). It’s also another difference between the Xbox

 
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Microsoft to invest $700m in Iowa data centre

Published on June 24, 2013 by in Xbox One

Demands of Xbox Live instrumental in huge additional investment in cloud computing. Microsoft will invest nearly $700 million in a new data centre in Des Moines, Iowa. Microsoft already has a significant data presence in the region, but this $700 million expansion will take the company’s total investment to almost $1 billion. In a statement released to

 
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No Always-Online DRM Doesn’t Fix the Xbox One

Published on June 21, 2013 by in NextGen

At this point, I think everyone is shaking their heads in confusion and frustration.  One minute, Don Mattrick is telling people to buy Xbox 360′s, the next he’s saying the Xbox One needs to be improved and they’re changing key policies to make it better. Frankly, whoever’s running the Xbox One ship at Microsoft is

 
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Microsoft Back-Pedals on Xbox One Online Requirements and Used Games Policy

  According to official reports from Microsoft, it seems that the company is back-pedalling on their initial used games policy and online requirements. President Don Mattrick wrote in an update today, “Since unveiling our plans for Xbox One, my team and I have heard directly from many of you, read your comments and listened to your feedback. I

 
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PS4 and XB1 Social involvement

The console war continues…. For the good and bad! But in this round up no one wins. Everyone must stop this. No one wants social on their gaming console. Now, if we expand the definition of social into matchmaking and the like, the Xbox’s dual OS will allow you to, say, watch a movie while

 
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