Three years into the life cycle of the Xbox One, storage space has become a valuable commodity.The base model’s 500GB drive doesn’t seem quite so spacious when your “Ready to Install” list is packed with AAA games that can take up more than 50GB, and almost double that if you’re downloading 4K-compatible games on an Xbox One X.Unless you’ve invested in an external drive to increase your console’s storage capacity, you’ve probably experienced the feeling that comes when you’re forced to delete one of your games to make room for another.To help you out, we’ve assembled this handy guide on how to delete and re-install your content.From the Xbox One home screen, press the Xbox button to bring up the dashboard, then select the “My Games & Apps” tile.Highlight the tile of the game you’d like to remove from your hard drive and press the Menu button on your controller.
If you re an avid Rocket League player, the current limited crop of quick chat options will be getting a much needed expansion.Because Rocket League is a controller affair, the only way to communicate strategy, jubilation, or frustration are through the quick chat options found on the D-pad.While PC players usually have a keyboard handy to talk smack or congratulate the other team for a good game, that hasn t been the case for gamers on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.These include:Everybody dance!ggNice moves.This has been most likely done to deter foul-mouthed gamers from sneaking in expletives or other uncomfortable phrases into a game which is rated E for Everyone.
But it ll be nice to have.Warner Bros. is releasing enhanced versions of the first two Batman Arkham games, Arkham Asylum and Arkham City, for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.Return to Arkham debuts July 26 and includes all of the downloadable content created for the action games.This is easy money for Warner Bros., since it can release a new product without having to go through the expensive process of making a new game.While some gamers don t care for this practice, remasters do have a benefit — getting older games in front of players who may have never tried them before.And who doesn t want a chance to listen to Mark Hamill take a break from his main gig as Luke Skywalker to portray The Joker, a voice role he s performed and perfected for TV programs and games since Batman: The Animated Series debut in 1992.Arkham Asylum originally came out in 2009, with Arkham City following in 2011.Fans and critics loved both games which originally came out for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 for their faithfulness to the Batman franchise and satisfying, combo-based combat.Everything from Gears of War, Dishonored, Tomb Raider, and the Uncharted trilogy has made the jump.
Microsoft has announced Call of Duty: Black Ops as the latest big name Xbox 360 title to be made available on the Xbox One.Treyarch s game was among the most requested titles, alongside the sequel Black Ops 2, Red Dead Redemption and Skyrim: The Elder Scrolls V.The rest of the voting is dominated by the games in the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and World at War games with Mass Effect 3, Fallout: New Vegas and GTA IV rounding out the top ten.The game is available freely to those who own it for the Xbox 360 console.Folks can can download it by inserting their physical disk or redownload to the next-gen console from the Xbox app.Folks who ve never owned the game can grab it for $10/£11.24, so long as they re also an Xbox Live Gold member.See also: Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 reviewThe release should please fans of the series dismayed by the HD remaster of Modern Warfare IV being limited to those who pre-order the forthcoming Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare title.
Wizards of the Coast said in March that Sword Coast Legends would still get its Rage of Demons free downloadable content despite shutting down the N-Space development house.Today, it delivered on that promise.The Dungeons & Dragons publisher released its latest video game tie-in to the Rage of Demons storyline today.The 4GB update brings a host of new features to the role-playing game, including a new character race the Tiefling, a humanoid with a demonic bloodline and class the Warlock, a magic user who draws on the power of otherworldly beings like devils .Updates such as these are essential for keeping players engaged in the $99 billion gaming market, and as Wizards of the Coast and many others have learned, they re also effective vehicles for promoting a story over various forms of media.A Wizards of the Coast spokesperson also said that the console versions are being worked on as we speak.The publisher has long planned to put Sword Coast Legends on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, though the spokesperson had no other comments to add on timing.D is enjoying a renaissance since the launch of its 5th Edition in 2014.In addition to publishing the pen-and-paper and video game products, Wizards of the Coast also has a successful line of board games, and it s working with Warner Bros. on a movie based in the Forgotten Realms, the default world for D and Sword Coast Legends setting .Wizards of the Coast didn t say whether this update came from N-Space, with Digital Extremes performing the final touches, or if Digital Extremes did the bulk of the work.
UbisoftUbisoft has detailed what to expect from The Division's 1.2 update, called the Conflict update, which will launch for free next week to all players on PS4, Xbox One and PC.The new Incursion is called Clear Sky and is set in New York City's Columbus Circle, which pits Division agents against members of the Rikers gang for control of an anti-air missile site.Incursions are an end-game activity focused on squad play for up to four players.A HVT officer found at the player's base of operations will offer a list of targets with a description of who they are the recommended gear score for taking them on.A gear-score is an additional levelling system based on weapons and items, introduced in a recent update.This means that a player can run to an extraction rope and cut it, causing all of the loot to fall to the ground."
The service will be available for free from 12th-22nd June if you re an Xbox Live Gold member.EA Access is a monthly subscription service that allows Xbox One owners to download a selection of free games from the Access Vault, as well as gaining early access and exclusive discounts on upcoming titles.The free trial offer was revealed in an e-mail sent out by EA last night:EA will hold its E3 2016 press conference on June 12, making it the perfect time to promote the service.During the conference we can expect live gameplay demonstrations of Battlefield 1 and Titanfall 2, as well a sneak peak at Mass Effect Andromeda.It is unclear if the publisher plans to add new games and features to EA Access during E3, but it d certainly make sense.EA Access is currently available for £3.99 a month on Xbox One and PC.
A screenshot from the remaster of Batman: Arkham Asylum.Warner Bros InteractiveWarner Bros Interactive has announced the Batman: Return to Arkham - which will bring Rocksteady Studios' Batman: Arkham Asylum and Arkham City to PS4 and Xbox One on 29 July, and cost £39.99.The remasters have been developed by Virtuos Games and will include, according to a press release, "improved graphics, as well as upgraded models, environments, lighting, effects and shaders."Though aided in their success by the Hollywood limelight of Christopher Nolan's The Dark Knight trilogy, the games cut their own thematic path – blending technological realism and gadgetry with the heightened reality of the expanded Batman world.Arkham Asylum takes place within the DC Comics series' famed psychiatric hospital which, in the story, houses a large number of Batman's enemies and has been taken over by a coup by master criminal The Joker.A trailer was released accompanying the announcement, which is embedded below.
Rockstar Games has shipped more than 65 million units of Grand Theft Auto V worldwide, according to an announcement by Take-Two Interactive today.Take-Two Interactive CEO Strauss Zelnick said during the company s analyst call that GTA V had set yet another record, with the 65 million units up from 60 million in early February.A year ago, the game had sold 52 million units.If you multiply the total by $60 per copy at the retail price, you get about $3.9 billion in revenues.That s pretty amazing.Zelnick noted that the game just keeps on performing, even though it was originally released in September 2013 on PlayStation 3 and the Xbox 360.The game debut on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in November 2014, and then it hit the Windows PC in April 2015.One of the things that keeps it going its Grand Theft Auto Online, which has been a cash cow and keeps fresh content coming for the fans.
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment has confirmed that a remastered version of Batman: Arkham Asylum and Batman: Arkham City will be coming to PS4 and Xbox One on July 26.The two games were originally released for PS3 and Xbox 360 and used the Unreal Engine 3, but this new bundle will see them ported to Unreal Engine 4, a modern and better looking engine.As well as an engine upgrade, Warner Bros. is also promising upgraded models and environments as well as tweaks to the games' lighting, effects and shaders.Two out of the trilogyArkham Asylum and Arkham City were both developed by Rocksteady Studios and were released in 2009 and 2011 respectively.A prequel, Arkham Origins, was released in 2013, but this was developed by a different studio and hence isn't considered a full member of the Arkham trilogy.Batman: Arkham Knight was later developed by Rocksteady for the PS4 and Xbox One, and will also not be included in this remastered version.
Classic operating system makes unexpected appearance on Microsoft's newest gaming console. Youtube user vcfan lacked obviously it so much that he tweaked a fully functional Windows 95 along with Duke Nukem 95 on the Xbox One. The program used is DOSBox, a virtual DOS app that among other things is able to run Windows 95th But before you start jumping high of nostalgia pleasure it may be worth pointing out that so far required a developer version of Xbox One to get into something like that. Using such, it is namely to install apps built for the Universal Windows Platform. In summer it is said that Microsoft will start allowing these apps to run on the Xbox One anywhere.
UPDATE: It's coming just a little bit later than expected, but last month's leaks see below are legit: both Batman: Arkham Asylum and Batman: Arkham City are headed to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.ORIGINAL STORY 18/4/16 : Many of the best games from the last generation of consoles have been given a bit of extra spit-polish and re-released for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One - and it looks like the Dark Knight may join the party.According to Eurogamer, a Batman Arkham HD Collection may be announced as soon as tomorrow, with the purported set bringing both Batman: Arkham Asylum and Batman: Arkham City to both Xbox One and PlayStation 4.The news comes via a GameStop employee, who sent in corporate emails alerting stores to the incoming announcement.Pre-orders will reportedly go live tomorrow when the game is revealed, and then the games are slated to release in a bundle on 10 June.Both games were developed by Rocksteady and received largely glowing reviews upon their respective releases in 2009 and 2011.
Bethesda has released a new trailer for Fallout 4 s Far Harbor expansion with details on new plot, enemies and locations.The new trailer lands just before the expansion release date on May 19, teasing exactly what players can expect come tomorrow.You can also gain some valuable developer insight on new characters and equipment from the DLC, and how they came to be.Far Harbor will take place in a dark, dank new location filled with swamps, rural buildings and dangerous new enemies.Far Harbor is available as part of the Fallout 4 Season Pass for £39.99 or individually at £19.99, making it far pricier than previous add-ons.The expansion will launch for PS4, Xbox One and PC tomorrow.
Arkham Asylum versus Arkham City is the Alien/Aliens of our generationRumours about the Batman remastered collection have given the rereleases a mythical stature not a million miles away from the caped crusader himself.But now the Bat-Signal is blazing through the sky, and Warner Brothers have officially announced the Batman: Return to Arkham collection for the PS4 and Xbox One.With the issues that are still plaguing Arkham Knight, I wouldn't expect it to surface on Steam soon.The remastered titles are Arkham Asylum and Arkham City, widely known as "the good Arkham games", and they're being worked on by Virtuos, the studio behind Heavy Rain's recent port to the current gen, and indeed, it all looks very pretty so far.The collection will release on July 29.Get this trailer in your eyeballs, won't you?
When we think of Microsoft's beloved Halo series, we think about the hours poured into multiplayer combat - whether local or online - or the epic narrative campaign modes starring Master Chief and other armored heroes.We haven't seen a full-fledged core Halo game on PC since Halo 2, and it looks like we still won't: Microsoft will bring Forge - Halo 5: Guardians Edition to Windows 10, but not the complete Halo 5: Guardians experience seen on Xbox One in late 2015.The standalone Windows 10 version of Forge will be completely free, says Microsoft, and it'll add features like keyboard and mouse support for precise building, support for up to 4K resolution, and the ability to play Forge creations right on your PC with friends.For existing Halo 5 fans with a Windows 10 PC, Forge - Halo 5: Guardians Edition gives them a potentially better way to create while maintaining interconnectivity with the Xbox One game.And for PC users who don't already have Halo 5, it could bring a whole new generation of creation game fans see Minecraft into the fold.Apex will be a slimmed-down version of Xbox One exclusive Forza Motortsport 6, although exactly what's missing and what has made the cut hasn't been confirmed.
The most recent of this sort of feat is a YouTuber called vcfan who was able to get Windows 95 to run on an Xbox One game console.The only way that you can get Windows 95 to run on the Xbox One is if your console is a developer edition.The good news if this sort of hack tickles your fancy is that Microsoft has promised to allow public UWP access this summer.The video below shows the Xbox One booting Dos, Windows 95, and Duke Nukem 3D.This may be the first time you have seen Windows 95 boot in over a decade.At least this time out you won't need an AOL disc to get online.
Hopefully he's comingMicrosoft aren't saying that Halo 5 is coming to PC, but with the announcement that the Xbox One blaster's sandbox Forge mode will be coming as a free standalone to Windows 10 PC's later this year, they're not not saying that.If you get my driftForge mode is something of a cut-back Garry's Mod: Players build levels together, and occasionally they'll also put together mini-games too.It's functionally Halo's level editor, but it's not a complete level editor, instead just a wide open space where people can drop things into a space, experiment with them and then play with the lighting and weather.It's a positive step, even if it isn't a full release of Halo 5 which I liked a lot and is maybe a step towards us potentially having Halo games on the PC again.Providing you've agreed to Windows updating your machine to 10.The last Halo to come to our keyboard infested waters was Halo 2 in 2007, a few years after the game came to the Xbox.
Anyway, this standalone editor is dubbed Forge – Halo 5: Guardians Edition, which is quite a mouthful.It includes keyboard and mouse support, plus the ability to edit/play in up to 4K.From the blog post: Enlist the help of Friends to help build, test, and play your Forge creations on Windows 10.Why this matters: Smart money is on an imminent Halo 5 PC Edition announcement.Maybe at a massive event like, oh I don t know—E3 next month?I m not saying it s going to happen: Microsoft still wants to sell Xbox Ones, and Halo is an easy ace.
The Halo series of first-person shooters left the PC back in 2004, but 343 Industries is bringing a key component to Windows 10: the Forge user-generated content toolset.343 Industries said today in a blog post that Forge is coming to PC later this year.It will have keyboard and mouse support, more resolutions than the Xbox One version including 4K , and cross-publishing, so that you can create content on Windows 10 and make it available for people playing on console or in the Forge PC tool.The toolkit is all about making user-generated content for Halo players to enjoy, which is another way to keep customers engaged — something that s becoming more important every year even in the retail game industry.A Microsoft spokesperson confirmed that the publisher has no plans to put Halo 5: Guardians on Windows 10.The last time a shooter in the series hit PC was Halo 2 in 2004.It s concentrating on Halo Wars 2 for Windows 10 and Xbox One instead.Releasing Forge for Windows 10 for free will open up endless opportunities to the PC community to build and play Halo 5: Guardians multiplayer content, while also allowing them to share their creations with gamers on Xbox One as well, the spokesperson said.
More than 65 million units of the popular open world, action-adventure Grand Theft Auto 5 have been shipped worldwideRockstar Games' parent company Take-Two Interactive has announced that its crown jewel, Grand Theft Auto 5, has broken yet another record, nearly three years after its initial release.In February, the company announced that the game has crossed the 60-million mark, which means they have shipped another 5 million in less than three months — an impressive feat considering the game was released on older console systems three years ago.In March 2015, Take Two reported that shipments of GTA 5 totalled just under 52 million units."Our results were driven by the continued extraordinary performance of Grand Theft Auto V, ongoing momentum in our NBA 2K and WWE 2K series, the successful launch of XCOM 2, and our highest-ever revenue from recurrent consumer spending."The company also continues to support the game with regular fresh updates and content for fans, including its recent In and Out Adversary Mode.GTA 5 was originally released in September 2013 on PS3 and Xbox 360 before Rockstar ported it to PS4 and Xbox One in November 2014.