Borderlands 3 Cross-Play Support Is Being Looked At, Says 2K

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Although it hasn't been confirmed, 2K has announced that cross-play could be a possibility for Borderlands 3. The upcoming sequel to one of the studio's most popular franchises is scheduled to launch on Xbox One, PS4, and PC on September 13. The PC version will be exclusive to the Epic Games Store first, though, before also releasing on Steam in April 2020.

When asked about cross-play, a 2K spokesperson told GameSpot, "Cross-play is something we're looking at closely, but we don't have anything to confirm or announce at this time." Cross-play support for Borderlands 3 was seemingly announced when the Microsoft Store listing of the game advertised the feature under the game's Capabilities section. However, cross-play support has since been removed from the store listing.

Buy 3 Months Of Xbox One Game Pass At Amazon And Get 3 Months Free

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Buy 3 Months Of Xbox One Game Pass At Amazon And Get 3 Months Free

If you're an Xbox One Game Pass member or have considered signing up for the service, this might be your best chance at a cheap subscription: order a three-month Xbox Game Pass at Amazon, and you'll receive an extra three-month Game Pass for free.

While there's no countdown or end date listed for this offer, Amazon does specify that it's a "limited-time offer," and you must redeem the Xbox Game Pass code before June 30 to be usable. There's also a limit of one free code per customer or mailing address. But even if you're already signed up for Xbox Game Pass, here's a great chance to get your next six months for basically 50% off.

When you first look at the product page, it's easy to look over the offer. Scroll down the page a little, and you should see this section:

Assassin's Creed Odyssey 1.2.0 Update Launches Tomorrow; Full Patch Notes Listed

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Ubisoft has announced the latest update for Assassin's Creed Odyssey, Patch 1.2.0, will go live on Xbox One, PS4, and PC tomorrow, April 4. The update is 4.1 GB on Xbox One, 4.4 GB on PS4, and 3.9 GB on PC.

Patch 1.2.0 implements in-game support for several upcoming content drops in Odyssey. The largest of those content drops--the first episode of Odyssey's Fate of Atlantis DLC, titled Fields of Elysium--releases April 23. Patch 1.2.0 adds in-game support for upcoming Lost Tales of Greece side missions as well. Like the Fate of Atlantis DLC, you can expect these Lost Tales of Greece missions to launch at a later date.

The update adds new features to Odyssey too. Patch 1.2.0 implements custom gear loadouts, allowing you to quickly switch between your favorite combinations of armor and weapons for different combat encounters. Lost Tales of Greece missions will also be highlighted in the Quest log, making it easier to keep track of how many you have left and which tasks you still need to do to complete each one.

Marvel's Black Widow Movie Casts David Harbour, Rachel Weisz - Report

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Although no more movies in the Marvel Cinematic Universe have been announced beyond July's Spider-Man: Far From Home, the next phase of the MCU is taking shape behind-the-scenes. One film that is definitely happening is the long-awaited Black Widow movie. It's set to start shooting this year, and now two big names are reportedly being lined up to star alongside Scarlett Johansson.

According to Variety, Rachel Weisz and Stranger Things star David Harbour are both in talks to play roles in Black Widow. The site states that deals have not been made for either actor yet, but that Weisz will play a "key role" and that there is "strong interest from both sides of negotiations."

Weisz is best known for movies such as this year's Oscar-nominated The Favourite, The Bourne Legacy, and the 1999 film of The Mummy. Harbour will next be seen in the reboot of Hellboy, which releases this month, and returns for Stranger Things Season 3 in July.

Apex Legends' Latest Update Has Caused A Bug That Deletes Your Progress

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Respawn has put a warning that there's a pretty serious bug in Apex Legends right now. It's tied to the battle royale title's latest update--which is live now--and it deletes your in-game progress.

To stave off the bug, Respawn wrote a quick post on Reddit advising all players to "not buy or craft anything" until the issue is resolved. The post did not list any specific platform, so it's implied the bug is affecting all versions of Apex Legends on Xbox One, PS4, and PC. We'll continue to update this story as it develops...

Apex Legends Update Has Caused A Bug That Deletes In-Game Progress; Servers Have Also Shut-Down

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Respawn has put out a warning that there's a pretty serious bug in Apex Legends right now. It's tied to the battle royale title's latest update--which is live now--and it deletes your in-game progress.

To stave off the bug, Respawn wrote a quick post on Reddit advising all players to "not buy or craft anything" until the issue is resolved. The post did not list any specific platform, so it's implied the bug is affecting all versions of Apex Legends on Xbox One, PS4, and PC.

It also seems like players can no longer log in to Apex Legends' servers either, regardless of platform. Most likely the servers have been shut down in order to stop players from logging in and losing their progress. However, Respawn has not issued an official statement in regards to the server shutdown.

Apex Legends Servers Down, Update Bug Causing Lost Progression

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Respawn has put out a warning that there's a pretty serious bug in Apex Legends right now. It's tied to the battle royale title's latest update--which is live now--and it deletes your in-game progress.

To stave off the bug, Respawn wrote a quick post on Reddit advising all players to "not buy or craft anything" until the issue is resolved. The post did not list any specific platform, so it's implied the bug is affecting all versions of Apex Legends on Xbox One, PS4, and PC.

It also seems like players can no longer log in to Apex Legends' servers either, regardless of platform. Most likely the servers have been shut down in order to stop players from logging in and losing their progress. However, Respawn has not issued an official statement in regards to the server shutdown.

Apex Legends Servers Down, Update Bug Resets Account Progression

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Respawn has put out a warning that there's a pretty serious bug in Apex Legends right now. It's tied to the battle royale title's latest update, patch 1.1--which is live now--and it deletes your in-game progress. Meanwhile, the game's servers appear to be down at the time of this writing.

To stave off the bug, Respawn wrote a quick post on Reddit advising all players to "not buy or craft anything" until the issue is resolved. The post did not list any specific platform, so it's implied the bug is affecting all versions of Apex Legends on Xbox One, PS4, and PC. There's no time table for how long it will be before this is fixed, or if impacted players will be able to recover their lost progression

It also seems like players can no longer log in to Apex Legends' servers either, regardless of platform. Specifically, players are getting an error stating "no servers found." It's possible that the servers have been deliberately shut down in order to stop players from logging in and losing their progress. However, Respawn has not issued an official statement in regards to the server shutdown.

Apex Legends Update Fixed After Server Downtime, Lost Progression

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Respawn has provided another update on the Apex Legends bug that emerged on Wednesday. In a post on Reddit, it explained that "players were unintentionally moved to the wrong servers that didn't have their persistence and this caused players accounts to appear reset with all progression lost." It confirmed that it hadn't actually lost players' progress and that it shut down live servers intentionally in order to get things back on track.

Because of this, Respawn said your progress should be intact--that is, up until update 1.1 went live at 10 AM PT on Wednesday. Anything you did after that, assuming you did install the update, has been reverted, however. Here's what Respawn said exactly:

With all of this sorted out, you can now go about checking out what's new in the latest patch. The highlights, as noted below, include a way to party up with squadmates you've matched up with, among other things. The original story follows.