This New Xbox One Will Boot Up 20 Percent Faster

Microsoft on Monday announced the

In October 2014, Xbox boss Phil Spencer said improving Xbox One load times was high on his priority list.

As previously announced, the Elite Xbox One wireless controller, which also works with PC on Windows 10, features interchangeable paddles and hair trigger locks. It also lets you adjust the trigger minimum and maximum values, thumbstick sensitivity, and button assignments. In short, you can assign any of the controller’s 14 different inputs to the ABXY buttons, paddles, D-pad, triggers, and thumbstick clicks

The Xbox One Elite bundle launches worldwide in November for $500. In the United States, it will be sold exclusively through GameStop and Microsoft stores for the month of November. The new Elite controller, meanwhile, launches in October and sells for $150 by itself.

Finally, Microsoft also announced today a “Lunar White” version of the standard Xbox One controller. It sports all the new refinements, a slick-looking color scheme, and “improved grip texture.” In the US, this controller will be sold only at GameStop, where it will cost $65 starting in late September.

What do you make of Microsoft’s new hardware announcements today? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

[CORRECTION] An earlier version of this story reported that this new Xbox One would load games 20 percent faster. In fact, the console will power up 20 percent faster from the energy-saving mode. GameSpot regrets the error.

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Nuketown is in Call of Duty: Black Ops 3

Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 has a re-imagined version of multiplayer map Nuketown, which debuted in the original Black Ops.

Black Ops 3’s version of the fan-favourite map is set in the year 2065, and has been “refreshed” to take advantage of the new movement mechanics Treyarch has introduced for this year’s Call of Duty.

Activision has set Nuketown as a pre-order bonus, so if you want to play it when Black Ops 3 launches on 6th November, you have to register your interest.

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Capcom Announces Resident Evil Origins Collection

Capcom has announced the Resident Evil Origins Collection for Xbox One and PlayStation 4.

The collection is a physical disc product that combines both Resident Evil 0 with Resident Evil, and it’s due for release on January 22 in Europe and January 19 in North America.

It’s worth pointing out, Resident Evil 0 will be available for purchase digitally on PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, and PC in early 2016.

Also revealed is the all-new Wesker Mode, which comes as part of Resident Evil 0. The new mode lets players take control of Albert Wesker alongside Rebecca Chambers. Both come with unique outfits, and yes, Wesker comes complete with uroboros abilities for all you dirty cheaters out there.

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Here Are 9 Images From the New Final Fantasy 15 Trailer

A new trailer showing five minutes of Final Fantasy XV gameplay was shown off at PAX over the weekend, and we’ve got a slideshow of the important images for you.

The video focuses mainly on the Regalia, and the different ways you’ll be able to use the car.

You’ll be able to choose manual mode to drive the car yourself, or switch to auto if you just want to enjoy the ride. You’ll also be able to choose between various camera angles, such as a wide view to catch all the scenery, or you can look through the eyes of the driver if you wish.

You can watch the full five minute video below.

We found out at PAX that Final Fantasy Versus XIII was nearly a quarter done before it became Final Fantasy XV.

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Deus Ex: Mankind Divided CE Comes with 9-Inch Adam Jensen Figure

Square Enix and Eidos Montreal have announced a collector’s edition for

In addition, the Mankind Divided collector’s edition comes with the in-game content and rewards unlocked though the game’s “Augment Your Preorder” campaign. You can read more about how that works here. Pricing for the collector’s edition has not been announced.

Mankind Divided is in development for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC, and runs on Eidos Montreal’s proprietary Dawn Engine. The game takes place in 2029, and continues the story of Adam Jensen from Human Revolution.

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Dishonored: Definitive Edition review any port in a storm | Metro

With a sequel due next year first person hit Dishonored comes to Xbox One and PS4 for the first time, but what, if anything, has changed?

The phrase Game of the Year Edition is a great marketing term. Not only does it suggest a high value package, while being as non-specific as possible about the contents, but it almost sounds like an officially-authorised title something bestowed upon it by some external judge of quality. But it is of course nothing of the sort. The term is as malleable and meaningless as a publisher wants it to be, just like Ultimate Edition and Definitive Edition. But then Dishonored: Imperceptibly Better Edition probably wouldnt sell as much. —> Read More

Apttus Enjoys A $108M Round As Business Grows In Leaps And Bounds

Salesman discusses terms with customer.

Just a couple of years ago Apttus, a quote-to-cash SaaS company built on top of, had a couple of hundred employees. Today it has 900 and projects more than a 1000 by the end of the year. And it’s not hiring all of those bodies for nothing. The company’s year-over-year growth is in the 60 percent range. While not willing to provide an exact figure, it claims to have… Read More —> Read More

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