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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare features ‘input-based’ cross-play
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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare features ‘input-based’ cross-play

Asher Madan 6

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is an upcoming first-person shooter from Activision’s Infinity Ward studio. The team developed the original Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare, so it has the necessary experience to shine a modern light on the series. Unlike 2018’s Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare features a single-player campaign as well as traditional multiplayer modes.

Castlevania-like ‘Blasphemous’ invades Xbox and PC this year
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Castlevania-like ‘Blasphemous’ invades Xbox and PC this year

Asher Madan 3

Today, we’re going to talk about an action-platformer called “Blasphemous” which was recently announced for Xbox One. The phrase “action-platformer” doesn’t do Blasphemous justice because its visual style reminds us of the old-school Castlevania games. The reveal trailer gives you a better understanding of what you’ll be in for. In Blasphemous, you take up the role of “The Penitent One...

Xbox bringing deodorant, body spray, and more to Australia and New Zealand
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Xbox bringing deodorant, body spray, and more to Australia and New Zealand

Dan Thorp-Lancaster 21

Smell like the gamer you always imagined yourself to be – minus the Doritos and Mountain Dew. What you need to know Xbox is launching a new line of hygiene products in Australia and New Zealand this July. Yes, you read that right. Xbox body spray, body wash, and deodorant are all in the cards. If you've ever wanted to capture the scent of a gamer, slap an Xbox label on it, and put...

Firefox now blocks tracking cookies by default as you browse the web
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Firefox now blocks tracking cookies by default as you browse the web

Dan Thorp-Lancaster 4

Firefox launched "Enhanced Tracking Protection" several months ago as an optional feature to block third-party tracking cookies as you browse the web, but it's now taking that protection a step further. In a blog post today, the company announced that the feature will now be on by default for all new users, and current users will have it enabled by default "in the coming months."