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Battlefield 1 Debut Gameplay Trailer Takes Us Back to WW1 Hell

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Electronic Arts showed off the first gameplay trailer for Battlefield 1 during its EA Play 2016 press conference at E3, and it’s as intense and action-packed as expected. World War 1 has never looked so good..,

The upcoming first-person shooter promises to deliver “war on an epic scale,” supporting a maximum of 64 players in its online multiplayer.

Watch the trailer, and get blown away (pun intended)…

EA provided a wealth of information on the game…

“Intuitive destruction and dynamic weather ensure that no battle is ever the same. For even more gameplay possibilities, carve a path through walls and buildings, take down your enemies in creative ways, and leave your mark on the terrain around you through intuitive destruction. Through your actions, the pristine world around you will change into a battle-scarred landscape, changing the world forever.

With dynamic weather you will need to adapt your tactics to weather changes as the elements play a part in the battle. Playing the same map on a bright day, in heavy fog, or rain will impact what you see and hear, forcing you to adapt your play style on an ever-changing battlefield.

Operations introduces a completely new way to play multiplayer. In Battlefield 1 you will play a series of interconnected battles across multiple fronts. Play a sequence of battles where your actions have consequences beyond a single match, as you try to conquer territory or push back your attackers.

At those times when you feel all is lost, call in the Behemoths – the largest fully player-controlled vehicles ever seen in Battlefield. Roam the battlefield and rain fire on your enemy to break their defenses. All-out war never felt so epic. Take control of the Armored Train, Air Ship, or the Battleship to dominate the battlefield across land, air, and sea.”

October 21, 2016, is when Battlefield 1 will release worldwide for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. An open beta planned for the summer.

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Remastered Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim Special Edition Coming in October 28

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The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim is coming to the Xbox One, PS4 and PC with better graphics.

During its E3 2016 conference, Bethesda confirmed the rumours that Skyrim is getting remastered for the PS4 and Xbox One.

The following trailer provides a comparisons between the original Skyrim and the Special Edition. Watch it and let us know if it makes you want to get it…

The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim Special Edition releases on October 28 for not only the Xbox One and PS4, but also for the PC. Anyone who owns a Steam copy of the original game and its add-ons can upgrade to the Special Edition for free.

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Xbox One S Actually More Powerful Than Regular Xbox One

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When Microsoft revealed the slim Xbox One S at E3 2016, we were led to believe its only noteworthy selling points were its significantly smaller size and more appealing design. However, as it turns out, it is also more powerful than the regular Xbox One.

Yes, the console also supports 4K media playback and boasts a UHD Blu-ray player, but we are little astonished to find out it actually plays regular Xbox One games better.

In an interview with Polygon, Rod Fergusson, head of Gears of War 4 developer The Coalition, said the new Gears benefits from some of the Xbox One S’ increased power.

Apparently, the updated console features increased GPU and CPU “raw” power that allows games to dynamically scale resolution in both single-player and multiplayer and maintain frame-rate targets for each.

The team behind Gears of War 4 was able to use the extra power to reduce the frequency of frame-rate and resolution penalties in demanding spots.

The Xbox One S’ high dynamic range (HDR) offers a wider colour range, helping with some visuals improvements like surface detail on metal and armour.

It’s odd that Microsoft didn’t say anything about the One S having more power than the regular Xbox One, even if it isn’t a huge increase. Maybe they didn’t want to shift any focus away from the beast that is the Xbox One Scorpio…

Are you more likely to buy an Xbox One S now?

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Scalebound Coming to Xbox One and PC, Massive Boss Fights Await

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Scalebound’s development has experienced reboots and delays, but it’s a lot closer to bringing us large-scale multiplayer dragon combat that fans have long wanted.

At E3 2016, developer Platinum Games announced that the game would also release on the PC in addition to the Xbox One and showed off a gameplay footage of it co-operative mode.

We get to see a team of dragon-riding players take on a massive crab-like sea monster that fills much of the environment. Watch how they go about business…

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