Check out the first gameplay teaser trailer below:
Unfortunately for people in the Xbox One Preview Programme, almost all of the features are for the Xbox app in the Windows 10 Insider Preview, which has received updates to various features including Avatars, Friends, Game Hubs, and more.
Episode Four will be released on 26 May for PC/Mac, PS4 (worldwide), and PS3 (SCEA / North America); on 27 May for Xbox One and Xbox 360; on 28 May for iOS and Android; and on 29 May for PS3 (SCEE / Europe).
EA and Ghost Games announced today that the Need for Speed franchise will be getting a “full reboot” this year, with a new game – simply titled Need for Speed – set to launch on Xbox One, PS4, and PC (Origin) in Autumn 2015.
According to EA, the Need for Speed reboot will feature: ” … deep customisation, authentic urban car culture, a nocturnal open world, and an immersive narrative that pulls you through the game.”
Welcome to the Expansion Pack, the Britxbox podcast. Released every second Thursday, we banter on Xbox news, what’s hot within the BXB community, and the games we’ve been playing: from the latest releases, demos and XBLA games, to bargain bin oldies. With Mark “Born2beSlicker” Lawson, Ben “Hallben” Hall and Richard “Colonel Red” Worrall. This week we discuss:
General Election 2015
Casey Hudson joins Microsoft
The Devision delayed to 2016
Assassin’s Creed Syndicate revealed
Previously only available to those who pre-ordered Forza Horizon 2, the £3.19 Car Pack adds four new cars to the game: the 2011 Lamborghini Gallardo LP-570-4 Superleggera, the 2013 BMW M6 Coupe, the 2008 Ferrari California, and the 2013 Audi RS 4 Avant.
Larry “Major Nelson” Hryb and Xbox.com have revealed this week’s Deals with Gold, which run through to 25 May and include 50% off both the standard and deluxe editions of Dragon Age: Inquisition for Xbox One.
Other discounts this week for Xbox Live Gold subscribers include 40% off Unmechanical: Extended for Xbox One, 50% off Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes for Xbox One and Xbox 360, and 60% off Dragon Age 2 for Xbox 360.
Hudson previously worked at BioWare, where he directed such classic games as the Mass Effect Trilogy and Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic.
For more information, plus an interview with Hudson, see Xbox Wire.