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Most anticipated Xbox One games launching this week

Every week, numerous games launch on Xbox One but which ones really stand out? Here are some of the biggest and most anticipated titles launching across Microsoft’s platforms this week, starting December 4, 2017.

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Warhammer: End Times – Vermintide and Child of Eden are now free on Games with Gold

Warhammer: End Times – Vermintide and Child of Eden are now free on Games with Gold. Games with Gold is a program tied to your Xbox Live Gold membership which gives you access to some games at no cost.

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Xbox shoot 'em up Sky Force Reloaded gets thrilling launch trailer

Sky Force Anniversary is one of our favorite shoot 'em ups on Xbox One. Its sequel, Sky Force Reloaded, has been available on mobile platforms for a while now and it's finally out on Xbox One too.

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Ubisoft details December's Assassin's Creed Origins content

Assassin's Creed Origins launched a few weeks ago and Ubisoft is already planning a number of changes in December. Not only will the game get a new mode, but there are plenty of costume packs.

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Croc's World in the Creators Collection is basically Mario on Xbox One

A few months ago, Microsoft revealed the Xbox Live Creators Program. Since then we've seen some great titles and free experiences like Solitaire HD and Tic Tac Toe but Croc's World is definitely the highlight here.

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PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds to run at 30 FPS across Xbox One consoles [updated]

Despite previous reports, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds will now run at 30 FPS across all Xbox One consoles.

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Life Is Strange: Before the Storm getting bonus episode in 2018

Today, Deck Nine Games and Square Enix announced that the bonus episode of Life Is Strange: Before the Storm, called Farewell, will launch in early 2018.

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Fallout 4 achieves native 4K resolution on Xbox One X

Yesterday, Fallout 4 received an Xbox One X update but it wasn't immediately clear what resolution the game ran at. Luckily, we have all the answers today.

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Dataminer discovers hidden Star Wars Battlefront II character customization options

Recently, EA's CFO Blake Jorgensen said that cosmetic customization wasn't part of Star Wars Battlefront II because they violated Star Wars canon. However, a dataminer has now spotted cosmetic options buried in the game files.

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Here are the updates and changes coming to Destiny 2's end-game systems

Destiny 2 launched a few months ago and even though the game is an improvement over the prequel, it still has a lot of problems related to acquiring gear and progression. Luckily, there are fixes incoming next month.

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Call of Duty: WWII patch fully populates Headquarters for everyone

Call of Duty: WWII is a great first-person shooter and features a lot of content. However, the Headquarters social space has been experiencing a lot of problems since launch.

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Dead Space 3 is now free for EA Access subscribers

Dead Space 3 is a good third-person shooter and a somewhat satisfying conclusion to the Dead Space Trilogy. Visceral Games may no longer exist, but that doesn't mean you can't enjoy their creation on Xbox One on EA Access.

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Quantum Break runs at 1440p resolution on Xbox One X

Quantum Break was a stunning game when it launched on Xbox One, but there were some issues due to its 720p resolution. Luckily, the Xbox One X upgrade fixes that but it's not without other problems.

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Fortnite runs at 1728p resolution on Xbox One X

Yesterday, Epic Games released the Xbox One X patch for Fortnite. The question many gamers wanted to know was what benefits Microsoft's new console received and how they compared to the PlayStation 4 Pro version.

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Fortnite now supports Xbox One X in 4K, Skyrim and Fallout 4 are on the way [updated]

This morning, a few games popped up as Xbox One X Enhanced on the Microsoft Store. For a while now we've known that The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim - Special Edition and Fortnite would be updated to take advantage of the console.

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L.A. Noire Xbox One review: An excellent police procedural in a lackluster remaster

L.A. Noire on Xbox One is a remastered version of the original game which released on Xbox 360 and other platforms in 2011. Even years later, it remains one of the best police procedurals ever made.

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Epic Games sues minor for cheating in Fortnite, gets lambasted by mother

When Fortnite launched, Epic Games promised to crack down on cheaters but it seems like they might be taking it a little too far. The company has launched an aggressive legal campaign against certain individuals in which they’re asking for damages.

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Peggle 2, Marlow Briggs and the Mask of the Death join Xbox backward compatibility

More games are joining the Xbox One backward compatibility program today. Xbox's Larry Hryb recently announced that Peggle 2 and Marlow Briggs and the Mask of the Death will be playable on the console today.

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Discussions for next Deus Ex game already underway

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided wasn’t the commercial success Square Enix hoped it would be and weeks later there were rumors floating around that the series was put on hiatus. Square Enix CEO Yosuke Matsuda has now confirmed that isn't the case.

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This week's Deals with Gold feature Never Alone and Sine Mora

Every week Microsoft discounts numerous games for Xbox Live users. Some deals are available only to Xbox Live Gold members and others are available to anyone who utilizes the service. A wide variety of titles are available for substantially less.

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