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Battleborn wasn't the smash hit people, and Gearbox Software, thought it was going to be.  Unfortunately shadowed by Blizzard's similar MOBA Overwatch, players quickly drifted away for what was consider better quality all around.  This hasn't stopped Gearbox though from ensuring that players who want to enjoy Battleborn are getting a better experience. What is being labeled as the "MEGA Winter Update," players will now get to experience Battleborn at native 1080p 60fps graphics on home consoles.  This is a major quality of life improvement and something a lot of players want out of any game - looking at you Destiny. ... Read More »
With the anticipation of what Microsoft has up their sleeves with the "most powerful gaming console ever" aka Project Scorpio, we know very little about what we can expect from the console when it launches end of 2017.  Lucky for us though Microsoft’s Albert Penello shed some light on what developers are going to do with the monster hardware and what we can expect as well. Scorpio is known as the console that will be able to render 4K UHD (ultra high definition) graphics at an impressive 60 frames per second.  Does this mean every game on Scorpio is going ... Read More »
Gears Of War 4 is one of the most anticipated Xbox Exclusive of this year, as you can imagine there is a lot of talk about what happening in The Coalition camp with the impending release. Today The Coalition have confirmed that while Gears of War 4 will run in 1080p on Xbox One, the game will run different frame-rates for the single-player and multiplayer campaigns. This is a smart move for The Coalition in terms of control overall on the games performance. For the single player, you can expect 30 frames per second, as per the previous games. For multiplayer, however, the developer ... Read More »

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