Elder Scrolls Online's 'One Tamriel' Update Launches Today On PlayStation 4, Xbox One

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Elder Scrolls Online's 'One Tamriel' Update Launches Today On PlayStation 4, Xbox One

The long-awaited free "One Tamriel" update for The Elder Scrolls Online, which removes Alliance restrictions and scales the game's enemies and dungeons to each player's level, launches today for Xbox One and PlayStation 4.

The update, which is already available on PC, includes improvements to player-on-player dueling, difficulty levels for dungeons, the Craglorn zone, and new loot also scaled to the player's level. You can watch a new trailer for the One Tamriel update below.

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EA Sports Details NHL 17's October Update

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EA Sports Details NHL 17's October Update

Just in time for the new season, NHL 17 has detailed its October update, out now for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. While it contains a few bug fixes, some of the update is based on player feedback.

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Stardock Announces Star Control: Origins, Due Out Next Year

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Stardock Announces Star Control: Origins, Due Out Next Year

After acquiring the rights to the Star Control series back in 2013, Stardock has finally revealed a new entry in the space-faring franchise, called Star Control: Origins.

The game is set during the early stages of Earth's exploration of the galaxy. The player takes on the role of a captain of "Earth's first interstellar starship" in the year 2086, investigating a distress call from moon of Triton as part of the first mission of the newly created Star Control agency.

Players will explore procedurally generated worlds, engage with alien species, command their ship in combat, and find out more about the galaxy around them.

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Beta Extends To All PS4 Players This Weekend

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Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Beta Extends To All PS4 Players This Weekend

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare's recent pre-order-exclusive beta on PS4 is about to become less exclusive. Infinity Ward is opening up the beta to all PS4 players on Friday, though it is unclear whether or not you need PlayStation Plus.

New PS4 players can pre-download the 20GB beta on Friday, October 21 at 10 AM PST, which is the same time the pre-order-exclusive beta debuts on Xbox One.

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Fans Find Final Starter Evolutions, New Pokémon Hidden In Sun And Moon Demo

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Fans Find Final Starter Evolutions, New Pokémon Hidden In Sun And Moon Demo

The Pokémon Sun and Moon demo that released today has been datamined for a treasure trove of new information. Besides the final forms of the three starters, the rest of the Ultra Beasts and several unannounced Pokémon were found.

If you don't want to be spoiled I suggest closing this article and hiding in a cave until next month.

The videos below confirm the final evolutions leak was indeed true. According to that leak, the final typing for the starters will be Grass/Flying for Rowlet's evolution, Water/Fairy for Poppolio, and Fire/Dark for Litten. Also revealed are new Alolan forms for the Geodude family and an extremely round-faced Persian.This time around it seems the legendaries have pre-evolutions, which is a series first. Besides that you can see models for evolutions of previously announced Pokémon in the first video and shiny colors in the second.

Ubisoft Announces Two-Week Delay, Specifications For PC Version of Watch Dogs 2

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Ubisoft Announces Two-Week Delay, Specifications For PC Version of Watch Dogs 2

Ubisoft has announced the PC version of Watch Dogs 2 will see a two-week delay, pushing the game's release date from November 15 to November 29.

The company will use the additional two weeks "for additional polish and will help ensure the game runs smoothly across a broad range of PC hardware."

Ubisoft also detailed the minimum and recommended hardware requirements for the PC version, as well as some the version's additional features, like 4K support and field-of-view sliders. You can find the full details below.

Lego Harry Potter Collection Out Today On PlayStation 4

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Lego Harry Potter Collection Out Today On PlayStation 4

Harry Potter fandom is getting a shot in the arm, with the upcoming theatrical release of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them and the play Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. Potterphiles who prefer their entertainment to be a bit more interactive have a new option available today, too: The Lego Harry Potter Collection on PlayStation 4.

The collection includes Lego Harry Potter: Years 1-4 and Years 5-7, bundled together, along with a character pack and spell pack DLC on the disc. It retails for $49.99.

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Red Dead Redemption 2 Coming Fall 2017

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Red Dead Redemption 2 Coming Fall 2017

We've waited years for Rockstar to announce its first gaming title fully dedicated to the processing power of the current console generation. Today Rockstar revealed Red Dead Redemption 2 is heading to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in Fall 2017.

According to the press release, Red Dead Redemption 2 is "an epic tale of life in America’s unforgiving heartland. The game's vast and atmospheric world will also provide the foundation for a brand new online multiplayer experience."

 "With Red Dead Redemption 2, the team is working hard to push forward our vision for interactive entertainment in a truly living world," said Sam Houser, founder of Rockstar Games.  "We hope to deliver players an epic experience that builds upon everything we've learned making games." 

Razer Acquires THX

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Razer Acquires THX

THX, the major audio company founded by George Lucas in 1983, has been purchased by PC Gaming company Razer, according to a report by The Verge. THX has played a significant in establishing audio standards in theaters, homes, gaming hardware, and car stereos and is also recognized 

Razer intends to let THX operate independently and, according to CEO Min-Liang Tan, Razer is mostly interested in the "the phenomenal brand that THX have." Tan went on to tell The Verge that "The whole entertainment space is converging...we’re seeing music videos shot in 360, movie IP going into games and game IP going into movies."

Tan did not reveal whether or not Razer had any plans to explicitly use THX technology in its hardware.