Month: April 2021

As part of Military Appreciation Month, the Call of Duty Endowment—a charity that puts veterans into quality jobs—is running its latest fundraising campaign in an effort to raise $2M for vets. This campaign is focused around medical heroes, and the C.O.D.E. Battle Doc Pack of in-game cosmetics for Black Ops Cold War and Warzone was “created
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People Can Fly has released a new patch for Outriders that fixes some of the game’s crashes and bugs, especially those associated with the game’s multiplayer. While the promised inventory and character restoration process will still be happening, it still isn’t ready and won’t be happening with the release of this patch. The Inventory Wipe
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We know you’re busy and might miss out on all the exciting things we’re talking about on Xbox Wire every week. If you’ve got a few minutes, we can help remedy that. We’ve pared down the past week’s news into one easy-to-digest article for all things Xbox! Or, if you’d rather watch than read, you
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ESRB ratings are hardly confirmation of video games becoming a reality, but we’re hoping that this latest one is. Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom is the colourful follow-up to Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch (which came to Switch in 2019 after widespread critical success), and recently, a few eagle-eyed journalists have
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Update: Activision reached out to us with a statement on the reports of layoffs at Toys For Bob saying that they are “incorrect” and that the team is fully operational and are actually hiring for various positions. Reports of layoffs at Toys For Bob are incorrect. There has not been a reduction in personnel recently at
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It’s a sentiment I proposed in my review, but I wanted to elucidate the point a little bit more: Returnal needs a photo mode. Its stunning landscapes, unique enemies, and myriad particle effects are just begging for amazing shots at any moment. From a quiet reflective vigil atop a desert pillar to a last-second dodge
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