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The Division Free Update 1.8 Out Today

The Division developers Massive Entertainment & RedStorm stated in the most recent State of the Game stream that the 1.8 update to The Division would be out sometime this week. With the announcement by Ubisoft last night along with a new trailer, we know that the biggest update in the

Meet The Destiny 2 Ghost Alexa Speaker

Activision have announced quite possibly one of the best companions for a game. Ever. The new Amazon Alexa skill taps into Destiny 2 and lets you speak to Ghost, your character’s AI companion. You’ll be able to ask your Ghost for tips, as well as giving commands for things like

List of Xbox 360 Games Playable on Xbox One

The Xbox One’s backwards compatibility feature, which started in November 2015, lets you play Xbox 360 games on the current-gen console. But what games are available? We get asked that a lot here at Game On, so we thought we’d provide a full up to date list (as of 14th

PUBG New Desert Map Screenshots Revealed

It has been known for some time that PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is getting a new desert map, although publisher Bluehole has revealed very little details about it. However, fans now have a few new screenshots to look at. PlayerUnknown himself, Brendan Greene, showed off the new images on Twitter yesterday. “The

Everything You Need To Know About The Xbox One X

Code-named Project Scorpio before its big announcement, the Xbox One X is a more powerful version of Microsoft’s Xbox One console. The newer machine is capable of offering 4K support and higher fidelity graphics. The Xbox One X will also support all Xbox One games and accessories so you will

Destiny 2 New DLC Increases The Level Cap

The first Destiny 2 DLC expansion, Curse of Osiris releases for all platforms on December 5th. The first paid expansion for the game will raise the game’s level cap. That applies to both the standard player level and Power levels. After the Curse of Osiris’s announcement at Sony’s Paris Games

13 Original Xbox games, arriving on Xbox One

Despite the new Xbox One X, Microsoft’s biggest announcement at E3 2017 was original Xbox backward compatibility. The new Xbox One X is still a couple of weeks from release, but the Xbox marketplace has started to receive original Xbox games (your original discs should also work, if you still

PUBG Sequel Is Unlikely

Given the tremendous success of Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds, developer Bluehole is of course going to continue to support the game for a long long time. However, Playerunknown himself, Brendan Greene, said in a recent interview that a sequel to the biggest game on steam, is not coming anytime soon. Speaking to

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