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  1. Assassin's Creed: Origins was one of E3 2017's worst kept secrets thanks to numerous pre-show leaks, but it made its official unveiling at Microsoft's E3 press event. The debut trailer confirmed the rumored ancient Egyptian setting, detailing the story of the first group of people to call themselves assassins. The gameplay demonstration introduced players to Bayak, described as an "Egyptian sheriff" of sorts named, sliding down the side of a still-young pyramid. He faced off against armored enemies in a coliseum using various methods including the traditional blades, a sword and shield combination, and multi-shot bow and arrow strikes. Bayak's also shown swimming underwater, avoiding deadly threats like hippos and crocodiles. Among the locations players will explore include the Mediterranean Sea as well as the numerous royal tombs that dot the city of Giza. A long-form demo showcased additional gameplay from Origins, detailing new mechanics and stealth maneuvers. Using a trained eagle scout and pinpoint enemies, Bayak infiltrates the grounds of a local ruler's stronghold. The eagle seems to have replaced the series' signature towers for gaining new geography intel. Bayak used the tall grass to sneak up on guards and perform traditional takedowns. The demo concluded with Bayak taking down the ruler with a single bow shot, guiding the arrow's trajectory with a slow motion, first-person view. Assassin's Creed: Origins launches October 27 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC. Do you feel the Egyptian setting and origin story are enough to shake-up the long-running franchise?
  2. Assassin's Creed: Origins was one of E3 2017's worst kept secrets thanks to numerous pre-show leaks, but it made its official unveiling at Microsoft's E3 press event. The debut trailer confirmed the rumored ancient Egyptian setting, detailing the story of the first group of people to call themselves assassins. The gameplay demonstration introduced players to Bayak, described as an "Egyptian sheriff" of sorts named, sliding down the side of a still-young pyramid. He faced off against armored enemies in a coliseum using various methods including the traditional blades, a sword and shield combination, and multi-shot bow and arrow strikes. Bayak's also shown swimming underwater, avoiding deadly threats like hippos and crocodiles. Among the locations players will explore include the Mediterranean Sea as well as the numerous royal tombs that dot the city of Giza. A long-form demo showcased additional gameplay from Origins, detailing new mechanics and stealth maneuvers. Using a trained eagle scout and pinpoint enemies, Bayak infiltrates the grounds of a local ruler's stronghold. The eagle seems to have replaced the series' signature towers for gaining new geography intel. Bayak used the tall grass to sneak up on guards and perform traditional takedowns. The demo concluded with Bayak taking down the ruler with a single bow shot, guiding the arrow's trajectory with a slow motion, first-person view. Assassin's Creed: Origins launches October 27 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC. Do you feel the Egyptian setting and origin story are enough to shake-up the long-running franchise? View full article
  3. "Hella." If that word evokes a distinct sense of bemusement and nostalgia, have we got good news for you. Microsoft announced a prequel series to Dontnod's award-winning episodic adventure game Life Is Strange titled Life Is Strange: Before the Storm. The prequel series will be three episodes long and feature a younger version of Chloe, the blue-haired attitude machine known for getting into trouble and saying expletives that no human would ever utter. It's unclear if the game will feature original protagonist Max Caulfield, as the two were evidently separated when Max's parents moved years before. However, the game will evidently feature Rachel Amber, the best friend of Chloe's who met an unfortunate end before the events of Life Is Strange. Life Is Strange: Before the Storm's first episode is scheduled to release on August 31.
  4. "Hella." If that word evokes a distinct sense of bemusement and nostalgia, have we got good news for you. Microsoft announced a prequel series to Dontnod's award-winning episodic adventure game Life Is Strange titled Life Is Strange: Before the Storm. The prequel series will be three episodes long and feature a younger version of Chloe, the blue-haired attitude machine known for getting into trouble and saying expletives that no human would ever utter. It's unclear if the game will feature original protagonist Max Caulfield, as the two were evidently separated when Max's parents moved years before. However, the game will evidently feature Rachel Amber, the best friend of Chloe's who met an unfortunate end before the events of Life Is Strange. Life Is Strange: Before the Storm's first episode is scheduled to release on August 31. View full article
  5. Microsoft kicked off its E3 media briefing with the final unveiling of its highly touted Project Scorpio console. Christened Xbox One X, the "world's most powerful console" hits store shelves November 7 and runs for $499. In addition to reviewing the technical specifications Microsoft has spent months hyping (6 teraflops of GPU, 326GB/s memory, 12 GB of GDDR5 memory), the console's form factor was shown for the first time. Resembling an Xbox One S in design, the unit is also the smallest Xbox Microsoft has ever assembled. Xbox One X supports native 4K gaming, demonstrated with stunning demos of games such as Forza 7. Microsoft detailed the list of titles that will receive free 4K updates later this year: Gears of War 4, Halo Wars 2, Minecraft, Killer Instinct, and Forza Horizon 3. Xbox One X "enhancements" will allow better performance for standard Xbox One titles, such as improved load times and improved visuals for 1080p displays. Microsoft promised enhancements for existing and future titles, but only specified the following: Final Fantasy XV, Rocket League, Resident Evil 7: Biohazard, and Ghost Recon: Wildlands. All previous Xbox accessories, controllers, and games will work with the Xbox One X, Microsoft confirmed. From early photos released from E3, it looks as if there's no plugin for a Kinect, but reports suggest that functionality will be added in later via a dongle. What do you think of the Xbox One X? Are the features and price point enough to justify and upgrade from your existing Xbox One?
  6. Microsoft kicked off its E3 media briefing with the final unveiling of its highly touted Project Scorpio console. Christened Xbox One X, the "world's most powerful console" hits store shelves November 7 and runs for $499. In addition to reviewing the technical specifications Microsoft has spent months hyping (6 teraflops of GPU, 326GB/s memory, 12 GB of GDDR5 memory), the console's form factor was shown for the first time. Resembling an Xbox One S in design, the unit is also the smallest Xbox Microsoft has ever assembled. Xbox One X supports native 4K gaming, demonstrated with stunning demos of games such as Forza 7. Microsoft detailed the list of titles that will receive free 4K updates later this year: Gears of War 4, Halo Wars 2, Minecraft, Killer Instinct, and Forza Horizon 3. Xbox One X "enhancements" will allow better performance for standard Xbox One titles, such as improved load times and improved visuals for 1080p displays. Microsoft promised enhancements for existing and future titles, but only specified the following: Final Fantasy XV, Rocket League, Resident Evil 7: Biohazard, and Ghost Recon: Wildlands. All previous Xbox accessories, controllers, and games will work with the Xbox One X, Microsoft confirmed. From early photos released from E3, it looks as if there's no plugin for a Kinect, but reports suggest that functionality will be added in later via a dongle. What do you think of the Xbox One X? Are the features and price point enough to justify and upgrade from your existing Xbox One? View full article
  7. Microsoft had much to share with gamers during their media event earlier today. Xbox One X became the final name for Project Scorpio and that it arrives November 7 for $499. Several AAA titles made big first impressions, including Metro Exodus, Assassin's Creed Origins, and Anthem. Promising indie titles such as The Last Night, The Darwin Project, and Ori and the Will of the Wisps rounded out Xbox One's software offerings, and the news of backwards compatibility for original Xbox games added even more value to the platform. If you missed out on any announcements, don't fret. This handy collection of our Xbox event news stories provides an easy way to get up to date. We'll be updating this story as more articles are published. Project Scorpio Becomes Xbox One X. Here's Everything We Know - A rundown of the Xbox One X's features that were unvield during the briefing. Assassin's Creed: Origins Debuts First Gameplay Trailer & Live Demo - After numerous leaks before the show, Assassin's Creed Origins had its official coming out party with an impressive gameplay demonstration. Metro Exodus Brings Bleak, Post-Apocalyptic Action To Xbox One - The Metro series makes its current gen debut with an exciting reveal trailer PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds Coming Exclusively to Xbox One - The Battle Royale-style multiplayer sensation is making its home console debut on Xbox platforms this year. Dragon Ball Fighter Z Officially Revealed - a flashy new fighter in the Dragon Ball franchise takes some cues from Marvel vs Capcom, including 3-on-3 battles. Mass Effect Developer Officially Reveals Anthem Gameplay - Bioware provides an extended look at gameplay for its new IP, Anthem. Crackdown 3 Stars Terry Crews, Out This November - Terry Crews set the stage for Crackdown 3's big return to the limelight the only way he knew how: with hilarious shouting. Life is Strange: Before the Storm Announced - Life is Strange turns back the clock with a prequel story detailing the past of Chloe Price. Sea of Thieves Gameplay Demo Features Living Skeletons and Players Shooting Themselves Out of Cannons - Rare game viewers a meaty chunk of Sea of Thieves gameplay, showing off treasure hunts, naval battles, and more. The Darwin Project Throws Its Hat Into the Battle Royale Genre Ring - The Darwin Project is a fascinating new title that blends Battle Royale/Hunger Games-style deathmatches with current day streaming culture. Ori and the Blind Forest Receives A Somber Sequel - Ori and the Will of the Wisps sets a dark tone for the forest guardian's next journey. Cuphead Gets A New Trailer And Release Date - After numerous setbacks, the 1930's cartoon-inspired title finally gets a hard release date. Original Xbox Backwards Compatibility Coming To Xbox One - OG Xbox games will soon be playable on current gen consoles, including cross-generation system link play. 2D Cyberpunk Action Platformer The Last Night Coming To Xbox One - Odd Tales' stylish title combines a Blade Runner aesthetic with 2D action-platforming. The Artful Escape Is A Psychedelic Rock Fantasy Come To Life - Embark on a trippy personal journey to find your inner rock star with this imaginative adventure game. How did you feel about Microsoft's showing? What announcements excited you most? Was there anything you wanted to see on stage that didn't make it?
  8. Microsoft had much to share with gamers during their media event earlier today. Xbox One X became the final name for Project Scorpio and that it arrives November 7 for $499. Several AAA titles made big first impressions, including Metro Exodus, Assassin's Creed Origins, and Anthem. Promising indie titles such as The Last Night, The Darwin Project, and Ori and the Will of the Wisps rounded out Xbox One's software offerings, and the news of backwards compatibility for original Xbox games added even more value to the platform. If you missed out on any announcements, don't fret. This handy collection of our Xbox event news stories provides an easy way to get up to date. We'll be updating this story as more articles are published. Project Scorpio Becomes Xbox One X. Here's Everything We Know - A rundown of the Xbox One X's features that were unvield during the briefing. Assassin's Creed: Origins Debuts First Gameplay Trailer & Live Demo - After numerous leaks before the show, Assassin's Creed Origins had its official coming out party with an impressive gameplay demonstration. Metro Exodus Brings Bleak, Post-Apocalyptic Action To Xbox One - The Metro series makes its current gen debut with an exciting reveal trailer PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds Coming Exclusively to Xbox One - The Battle Royale-style multiplayer sensation is making its home console debut on Xbox platforms this year. Dragon Ball Fighter Z Officially Revealed - a flashy new fighter in the Dragon Ball franchise takes some cues from Marvel vs Capcom, including 3-on-3 battles. Mass Effect Developer Officially Reveals Anthem Gameplay - Bioware provides an extended look at gameplay for its new IP, Anthem. Crackdown 3 Stars Terry Crews, Out This November - Terry Crews set the stage for Crackdown 3's big return to the limelight the only way he knew how: with hilarious shouting. Life is Strange: Before the Storm Announced - Life is Strange turns back the clock with a prequel story detailing the past of Chloe Price. Sea of Thieves Gameplay Demo Features Living Skeletons and Players Shooting Themselves Out of Cannons - Rare game viewers a meaty chunk of Sea of Thieves gameplay, showing off treasure hunts, naval battles, and more. The Darwin Project Throws Its Hat Into the Battle Royale Genre Ring - The Darwin Project is a fascinating new title that blends Battle Royale/Hunger Games-style deathmatches with current day streaming culture. Ori and the Blind Forest Receives A Somber Sequel - Ori and the Will of the Wisps sets a dark tone for the forest guardian's next journey. Cuphead Gets A New Trailer And Release Date - After numerous setbacks, the 1930's cartoon-inspired title finally gets a hard release date. Original Xbox Backwards Compatibility Coming To Xbox One - OG Xbox games will soon be playable on current gen consoles, including cross-generation system link play. 2D Cyberpunk Action Platformer The Last Night Coming To Xbox One - Odd Tales' stylish title combines a Blade Runner aesthetic with 2D action-platforming. The Artful Escape Is A Psychedelic Rock Fantasy Come To Life - Embark on a trippy personal journey to find your inner rock star with this imaginative adventure game. How did you feel about Microsoft's showing? What announcements excited you most? Was there anything you wanted to see on stage that didn't make it? View full article
  9. PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds has been dominating the world of PC gaming with its unique blend of tactical combat and goofy early access shenanigans. Now, PlayerUnknown is bringing his game exclusively to Xbox One later in 2017. It remains to be seen if Battlegrounds will arrive on PlayStation 4 at any point, as early rumors had indicated some sort of port for potentially both consoles. No specific release date has been announced for the Xbox, so we'll have to sit tight. There's sure to be plenty of quality-of-life updates on the PC end, though. Check out the trailer below for a look at the game in action on Xbox One X.
  10. PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds has been dominating the world of PC gaming with its unique blend of tactical combat and goofy early access shenanigans. Now, PlayerUnknown is bringing his game exclusively to Xbox One later in 2017. It remains to be seen if Battlegrounds will arrive on PlayStation 4 at any point, as early rumors had indicated some sort of port for potentially both consoles. No specific release date has been announced for the Xbox, so we'll have to sit tight. There's sure to be plenty of quality-of-life updates on the PC end, though. Check out the trailer below for a look at the game in action on Xbox One X. View full article
  11. Assassin's Creed: Origins debuted at Microsoft's E3 press event. The debut trailer revealed the world of the first group of people to call themselves assassins in Ubisoft's action franchise. The trailer showed the main character, an egyptian "sheriff" of sorts named Bayak, sliding down the side of a large pyramid, battling armored enemies in a coliseum, firing a multi-shot bow at enemies, and swimming underwater while avoiding creatures like hippos and aggressive crocodiles. A developer from Ubisoft implied this game would detail the very beginning of the assassin order. A longform demo showcased additional gameplay from Origins, detailing new mechanics and stealth maneuvers. Using a trained eagle, Bayak infiltrates the grounds of a local ruler's stronghold. The eagle is able to scout from the sky and mark enemies. Magi was able to use tall grass in the stronghold to sneak up on guards and perform traditional takedowns. The demo concluded with Bayak taking down the ruler with a single bow shot, guiding the arrow's trajectory in slow motion. It's been a while since we had an Assassin's Creed to chew on. What do you think about its Egyptian setting and new gameplay abilities?
  12. Assassin's Creed: Origins debuted at Microsoft's E3 press event. The debut trailer revealed the world of the first group of people to call themselves assassins in Ubisoft's action franchise. The trailer showed the main character, an egyptian "sheriff" of sorts named Bayak, sliding down the side of a large pyramid, battling armored enemies in a coliseum, firing a multi-shot bow at enemies, and swimming underwater while avoiding creatures like hippos and aggressive crocodiles. A developer from Ubisoft implied this game would detail the very beginning of the assassin order. A longform demo showcased additional gameplay from Origins, detailing new mechanics and stealth maneuvers. Using a trained eagle, Bayak infiltrates the grounds of a local ruler's stronghold. The eagle is able to scout from the sky and mark enemies. Magi was able to use tall grass in the stronghold to sneak up on guards and perform traditional takedowns. The demo concluded with Bayak taking down the ruler with a single bow shot, guiding the arrow's trajectory in slow motion. It's been a while since we had an Assassin's Creed to chew on. What do you think about its Egyptian setting and new gameplay abilities? View full article