All Articles by Asher Madan

Titanfall 2 patch improves visual and performance issues on Xbox One X

A few days ago Respawn Entertainment said that Titanfall 2 achieved native 4K resolution on Xbox One X. However, once gamers actually got to play the title on the console, it looked blurry on many occasions and suffered from other issues.

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Star Wars: Battlefront 2 gets single-player and multiplayer expansions in December

Star Wars: Battlefront 2 is almost here and EA is already planning for future content. Not only are there a lot of multiplayer add-ons planned, but there's also a single-player expansion in the works.

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Destiny 2 runs at 4K resolution on Xbox One X

Ever since Destiny 2 was revealed, Bungie has been coy about the enhancements Xbox One X would receive. Luckily, we received a definitive answer now. The Xbox One X version should reign supreme if their statement holds true.

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Sea of Thieves runs at native 4K resolution on Xbox One X

Sea of Thieves is an exploration-based pirate game which is scheduled to launch in 2018. Today, Rare discussed the Xbox One X upgrades the game will receive when it launches next year.

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Destiny 2 has sold more digital copies than physical discs

A few weeks ago we reported that Destiny 2 sold 50 percent less physical copies than the original. This was the case in the United States and United Kingdom. However, that was just part of the story it seems.

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Pure Farming 2018 receives new trailer showcasing important vehicles

Farming simulators are a rather popular genre and there's always hype when another one comes out. Gomselmash, Gregoire, Mitsubishi and Skybury are just some of the brands showcased in today's Pure Farming 2018 trailer.

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Remastered cult classic Outcast: Second Contact gets new trailer featuring weapons and combat

Outcast: Second Contact, a remastered version of the cult classic, is coming to Xbox One, PC and PlayStation 4 soon. Today, the developers released another trailer explaining the game's combat and weapons.

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Assassin's Creed Origins, Call of Duty: WWII and Grand Theft Auto 5 shatter sales expectations

Recently many high-profile games have surpassed sales expectations. Three such titles are Assassin’s Creed Origins, Call of Duty: WWII, and Grand Theft Auto 5.

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The Sims 4 trial now live on EA Access

The Sims 4 is a life simulator in which you control various characters and manage their lives. Players create a variety of unique characters with distinct appearances, personalities and emotions. If you have EA Access, you can try it now.

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Analyst IHS Markit almost doubles its 2017 Xbox One X sales forecast

IHS Markit, a data handling company based in the United Kingdom, has nearly doubled its 2017 sales forecast for the Xbox One X.

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Mantis Burn Racing's Xbox One X patch upgrades visuals to native 4K

Many months ago VooFoo Studios promised that Mantis Burn Racing would be enhanced for Xbox One X. Mantis Burn Racing is an arcade racing experience where fast-paced bumper-to-bumper racing combines with intuitive, tactile gameplay.

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Homefront: The Revolution and Sonic Forces achieve 1800p resolution on Xbox One X

Homefront: The Revolution and Sonic Forces don't look that good on a standard Xbox One. Homefront: The Revolution comes in at 900p on Xbox One and Sonic Forces comes in at 720p on the console. The presentation is rather blurry.

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Former PlayStation 4 exclusive Nioh out now on Steam

A few weeks ago Koei Tecmo announced that PlayStation 4 exclusive Nioh would be coming to Windows PC. Today, Nioh: Complete Edition launched through Steam. Nioh is Team Ninja's Dark Souls-like game which focuses on Japanese mythology and legends.

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Final Fantasy 15 gets Xbox One X patch, new multiplayer expansion release date

A day ahead of the Xbox One X release, Square Enix has rolled out a Final Fantasy 15 patch to take advantage of the new console's power. The developer also announced the game's multiplayer update will arrive November 15.

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This week's Xbox Deals with Gold feature Quantum Break and The Surge

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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Phil Spencer: Microsoft will probably debut a game streaming service in the next 3 years

Game streaming services are controversial because their subscription costs are expensive and they require fast internet. Sony's PlayStation Now may offer a great selection of titles, but it isn't cheap. Will Xbox follow suit?

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Gears of War 3, Mirror's Edge and Skate 3 to be enhanced for Xbox One X

A few days ago Microsoft announced that Xbox 360 games like The Elder Scrolls 4: Oblivion and Fallout 3 would receive upgrades for the Xbox One X. Not only do the titles look noticeably better at a higher resolution, but it also breathes new life.

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Elder Scrolls Online runs at native 4K resolution on Xbox One X

Many months ago Bethesda promised to upgrade The Elder Scrolls Online for Xbox One X. Unfortunately, we haven't heard concrete plans about resolution and other effects since then. Today that changed because the company revealed all of the upgrades.

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Astroneer, Ark: Survival Evolved and Middle-earth: Shadow of War get Xbox One X patches at launch

Over the past few days many games like Forza Motorsport 7 and Quantum Break have been updated to take advantage of the Xbox One X. However, there are a few fan-favorites which have yet to receive upgrades.

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The Evil Within 2 leads with 1800p resolution on Xbox One X

Today, Bethesda announced that the Xbox One X and PlayStation 4 Pro patches for The Evil Within 2 are going live, bringing significant resolution improvements.

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