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18th Oct
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Outriders arrives on Xbox Game Pass for PC tomorrow

Square Enix and Microsoft have announced that Outriders is on the way to Xbox Game Pass for PC, and it's due to arrive on the service tomorrow (October 19). And, if you've been playing People Can Fly’s action game on Steam, you can download a new patch that'll let you enjoy cross-play with anyone progressing via the Microsoft Store.Remember Outriders? You know, the peculiar Square Enix title that saw over 3.5 million players worldwide during its first month of release? Well, it's likely to attract a few more players now, as Microsoft has announced the game is coming to Xbox Game Pass for…

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18th Oct
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Miss the Xbox 360s blades Well theyre back on the Xbox website

Microsoft is closing in on the 20th anniversary of the Xbox at an alarming rate, with the festivities set to occur on November 15, and ahead of whatever the company has planned, the Xbox site has suddenly started paying tribute to the Xbox 360 blades dashboard.If you head on over to the site right now, you'll see a re-imagining of the old OG Xbox 360 dashboard used to show off various Xbox promotions for October, including Back 4 Blood, Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl, and Far Cry 6.The design appears to be limited to the site's homepage, and has been done without much fanfare or attention from the…

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18th Oct
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Elden Ring Network Test How to Register CrossPlay Schedule

Bandai Namco and FromSoftware announced a Network Test for Elden Ring is coming in around two weeks, with a new short gameplay trailer. Elden Ring is one of the most anticipated JRPG releases of 2022. Both its newly announced delay, and this network test displays how FromSoftware and Bandai Namco are handling its multiplayer with ... The post Elden Ring Network Test, How to Register, Cross-Play, Schedule by Iyane Agossah appeared first on DualShockers.

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18th Oct
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Elden Ring gets free closed network test coming to consoles in November

FromSoftware's Elden Ring is getting a closed network test in November, publisher Bandai Namco has revealed today.The test, which is being held in order to "improve the quality of the product" will be completely free to all who get in, and will run as five sessions. You will need to register for a chance to play the test before November 1 and – at the time of writing – there isn't a massive amount of detail on what will actually be playable when it goes live.From the registration page, it looks like the test will only be playable on Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PS4 and PS5 – there's…

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