Where Is Xur? Destiny 2 Location And Exotic Item Guide (Feb. 15-19)

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Where Is Xur? Destiny 2 Location And Exotic Item Guide (Feb. 15-19)

Friday in Destiny 2 means the arrival of Xur, Emissary of the Nine, with a slate of super-rare Exotics to sell. This week we find Xur hanging out in the solar system in the middle of the Crimson Days Valentine's Day event, and he brought a few items you might want to take with you into the Crucible for its special Doubles mode.

You can locate Xur this week on Earth in the EDZ, in the Winding Cove region. Drop at the Winding Cove spawn point and head north to the edge of the area, where you can climb up to a crashed fallen ship. Xur is standing by and waiting for you just beside it.

And as always, Xur is packing four items from the Year One collection of Exotics: a weapon and three pieces of armor, one for each character class. For weapons this week, you can nab Sunshot, a powerful Solar hand cannon whose shots explode on impact. Enemies that get damaged by Sunshot are highlighted to make them easier to take down, making it handy for blowing up multiple enemies in the Crucible--something you might want to consider if you're working on Doubles matches for Crimson Days this weekend.

Funko Pop Toy Fair 2019 Reveals: Castlevania, My Hero Academia, Simpsons, And More Animated Shows

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Funko Pop Toy Fair 2019 Reveals: Castlevania, My Hero Academia, Simpsons, And More Animated Shows


New York Toy Fair has kicked off at the Javits Center, and companies have already begun revealing their products for the upcoming year. Pop culture giant Funko unleashed a new wave of Pop and 5 Star figures on the world on Friday morning.

This time around, Funko has put the focus on anime and animation with this latest round of reveals. From American staples such as the Simpsons to Scooby Doo to anime favorites like My Hero Academia and Yu Yu Hakusho, there is something for everyone here, unless you hate animation. There are even early designs for Netflix's Castlevania series to check out as well. This is just a selection of the new Pop figures from Funko--the company is rolling out a significant number of reveals for Toy Fair, which runs through February 19.

As of this writing, all the collectibles shown below are listed as "Coming Soon." Release dates and price points have not yet been listed. Until then, check out Funko's first batch of Toy Fair reveals.

Check out our other Toy Fair stories so far:

New Kingdom Hearts 3 Figures RevealedNew Lego Movie 2 PlaysetsFunko Pop Music RevealsDC Wrestling Figures

Stay tuned to GameSpot over the weekend for more Toy Fair reveals.

Funko Pop Reveals At Toy Fair 2019: Castlevania, My Hero Academia, Simpsons, And More Animated Shows

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Funko Pop Reveals At Toy Fair 2019: Castlevania, My Hero Academia, Simpsons, And More Animated Shows


New York Toy Fair has kicked off at the Javits Center, and companies have already begun revealing their products for the upcoming year. Pop culture giant Funko unleashed a new wave of Pop! and 5 Star figures on the world on Friday morning.

This time around, Funko has put the focus on anime and animation with this latest round of reveals. From American staples such as the Simpsons to Scooby Doo to anime favorites like My Hero Academia and Yu Yu Hakusho, there is something for everyone here, unless you hate animation. There are even early designs for Netflix's Castlevania series to check out as well.

As of this writing, all the collectibles shown below are listed as "Coming Soon." Release dates and price points have not yet been listed. Until then, check out Funko's first batch of Toy Fair reveals.

Check out our other Toy Fair stories so far:

New Kingdom Hearts 3 Figures RevealedNew Lego Movie 2 Playsets

Stay tuned to GameSpot over the weekend for more Toy Fair reveals.

New York Toy Fair has kicked off at the Javits Center, and companies have already begun revealing their products for the upcoming year. Pop culture giant Funko unleashed a new wave of Pop! and 5 Star figures on the world on Friday morning.

Anthem Early Access Release Is Today, But Servers Down For Some

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Anthem Early Access Release Is Today, But Servers Down For Some

Anthem isn't officially in wide release until next week, but members of EA's various membership programs can play it starting today. If you're a member of EA Access on Xbox One, or Origin Access on PC, you can access the game in one way or another starting today.

Some players have reported server issues, and EA Help has responded that it is aware of the problem and working on resolving it. That means that even if you are a member of an Access program, you may not be able to jump in right away. The company has also outlined the slightly convoluted steps to finding the trial itself on the EA Access hub.

Both Access programs offer a 10% discount for purchases, but the two offer a different level of early access. The EA Access program offers only a 10-hour trial with progress that will carry over into the main game if you choose to purchase it. Origin Access also offers a 10-hour trial, but if you're a Premier member you can just begin playing the full game early. PlayStation 4 has no Access program--at least not yet.

Anthem Early Access Release Is Live; Servers Down For Some

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Anthem Early Access Release Is Live; Servers Down For Some

Anthem isn't officially in wide release until next week, but members of EA's various membership programs can play it starting today (provided you don't encounter server problems). If you're a member of EA Access on Xbox One, or Origin Access on PC, you can access the game in one way or another right now.

With the game now being live, some players have reported server issues, and EA Help has responded that it is aware of the problem and working on resolving it. That means that even if you are a member of an Access program, you may not be able to jump in right away. Specifically, the errors include those telling players that matchmaking has failed and that no server has been found or is currently unavailable.

EA has also outlined the slightly convoluted steps to finding the trial itself on the EA Access hub. You'll need to go through the hub, rather than the EA Access area of the My Games and Apps section.

Anthem Early Access Release Is Live; Server Issues Resolved [Update]

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Anthem Early Access Release Is Live; Server Issues Resolved [Update]

Anthem isn't officially in wide release until next week, but members of EA's various membership programs can play it starting today. If you're a member of EA Access on Xbox One, or Origin Access on PC, you can access the game in one way or another right now.

With the game now being live, some players reported server issues earlier today, and EA Help's Twitter account has responded that it is aware of the problem and working on resolving it. Specifically, the errors include those telling players that matchmaking has failed and that no server has been found or is currently unavailable. In a further update, the EA Help account says it's "cleared up the connectivity issues," so things should now be working correctly for everyone. We'll continue to keep an eye out for any other problems that pop up.

EA has also outlined the slightly convoluted steps to finding the trial itself on the EA Access hub. You'll need to go through the hub, rather than the EA Access area of the My Games and Apps section.

Ben Affleck Finally Confirms He's No Longer Playing Batman

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Last month, the upcoming standalone Batman movie was finally given a release date and official title of The Batman. The one thing that wasn't announced by Warner or director Matt Reeves was who will be playing Batman. It has long been rumored that Ben Affleck is quitting the role, and now the star has confirmed the news.

As reported by comicbook.com, Affleck appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live, where he was asked if it was true he is stepping down at Batman. "Yeah, I am," he said. "I have decided... I tried to direct a version of it, worked with a really good screenwriter, but couldn't come up with a version. Couldn't crack it. So I thought it was time to let someone else take a shot at it and they got some really good people."

The Batman was first announced back in 2016, with Affleck attached to star, co-write, and direct. He initially stepped down as director when Reeves came on board, and soon after it was reported that Affleck's script had been abandoned. While Affleck never stated that he was leaving the role, last year it was reported that Reeves' movie will feature a much younger Bruce Wayne. In addition, last month Affleck retweeted Deadline's story that he would no longer play the role.