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    • By LoneWolfSL
      Respawn is delisting the original Titanfall from stores today
      by Pulasthi Ariyasinghe

      Respawn Entertainment had a Titanfall-related announcement today, but it's not the sequel announcement fans are all waiting for. The original Titanfall from 2014 is being pulled from all stores on PC (Steam, Origin, etc.) and the Xbox store today, closing the window for fresh players to join the classic shooter.

      Thankfully, this decision will not affect current owners of the game and Respawn has said servers will be kept online for the fanbase still playing the game. Titanfall being a multiplayer-only game, that's an important point. EA Play and Xbox Game Pass subscribers have a little more time with Titanfall if they don’t buy it before. They have until March 1, 2022, before the game is pulled.

      The studio didn't give a reason as to why this decision was made. The game has been suffering from DDOS attacks and hacking incidents for a long time now, which may have been a factor in the company making this move.

      Titanfall was the first game to come out of Respawn Entertainment after being established under Electronic Arts. The studio spawned a highly rated sequel in 2016 and made the popular battle royale Apex Legends in 2019, which is set in the same universe.

      The announcement did hint at Titanfall-returning in some form in the future, adding "rest assured, Titanfall is core to Respawn’s DNA and this incredible universe will continue today in Titanfall 2 and Apex Legends, and in the future."

    • By Asher Madan
      Baldur's Gate and Crysis receive major discounts in this week's Deals with Gold
      by Asher Madan

      Every week, Microsoft and select publishers discount a number of titles for a weekly Deals with Gold Sale. This week, titles from the Baldur's Gate and Crysis franchises are available for substantially less. The Xbox Black Friday Sale is still going on for a few more days.

      Below, you'll find the Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and Xbox 360 games with their respective discounts. The deals and games marked with an asterisk are only valid for Xbox Live Gold members, so you'll need an active paid subscription for the additional discount.

      Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One
      Xbox 360
      Many of the games are also backward compatible so you can play them on your Xbox Series X|S or Xbox One. Luckily, Xbox 360 owners also have a number of titles to choose from this week.

      Which games are you interested in? Did you buy any of them? Let us know in the comments below.

    • By Asher Madan
      Duke Nukem Forever and Grand Theft Auto IV get major discounts in this week's Deals with Gold
      by Asher Madan

      Every week, Microsoft and select publishers discount a number of titles for a weekly Deals with Gold Sale. This week, titles from Rockstar Games — the developer behind the Grand Theft Auto and Red Dead Redemption franchises — are available for substantially less. The Xbox Black Friday Sale is still going on, too.

      Below, you'll find the Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and Xbox 360 games with their respective discounts. The deals and games marked with an asterisk are only valid for Xbox Live Gold members, so you'll need an active paid subscription for the additional discount.

      Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One
      Xbox 360
      Many of the games are also backward compatible so you can play them on your Xbox Series X|S or Xbox One. Luckily, Xbox 360 owners also have a number of titles to choose from this week.

      Which games are you interested in? Did you buy any of them? Let us know in the comments below.

    • By Asher Madan
      Halo Infinite opening cutscenes leak, contain campaign spoilers
      by Asher Madan

      This article contains heavy spoilers about Halo Infinite. Please don't read any further if you don't want to know about the opening moments of the game before release.

      Today, the opening scene of Halo Infinite leaked online. The video focuses on the Master Chief as he fails to defeat Atriox, the antagonist initially introduced in Halo Wars 2. The video doesn't provide a lot of context, but Atriox makes quick work of the Master Chief by tossing him into space. This is probably part of a larger cutscene that we'll watch when the Halo Infinite campaign goes live on December 8, 2021.

      The leaked footage reminded me a lot of Destiny 2: The Red War, where the Cabal lay siege to The Last City and throw your Guardian off a cliff. However, there's more. Many YouTube channels are uploading snippets from the game and they provide even more tantalizing details about the story. For example, Atriox is apparently dead after defeating Master Chief, but we don't know how because it doesn't seem like Master Chief killed him.

      Apart from that, Master Chief's new companion, The Weapon, can't remember what happened to Cortana, so it's up to you to recover her memories. There's also mention of a new Forerunner threat as well as The Prophets from the original Halo trilogy.

      Halo Infinite takes place months after United Nations Space Command forces have been defeated on a Halo ring. The Banished are back and more powerful than ever. It's up to you, as the Master Chief, to uncover their plans for the Halo ring and rescue any remaining forces on the installation. We know that they want to make it operational again, but it's unclear to what end because the Halo rings were designed to eradicate all life in the galaxy.

      Halo Infinite is an upcoming first-person shooter from 343 Industries. The free-to-play multiplayer beta launched on November 15 and the campaign is scheduled to hit PC, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S in December. The campaign features an open-world environment this time around, with optional objectives and collectibles.

      When the Halo Infinite campaign was shown off last year, a lot of fans were disappointed by the lackluster visuals. The title was delayed by a year and has since seen major improvements based on early previews. The paid campaign will be part of Xbox Game Pass at launch and progress will carry over between consoles and PC through Xbox Play Anywhere. Are you excited for Halo Infinite? What are your thoughts on the campaign so far? Let us know in the comments below.

    • By Asher Madan
      Halo Infinite campaign goes gold, launches December 8
      by Asher Madan

      Halo Infinite is an upcoming first-person shooter from 343 Industries. The free-to-play multiplayer beta launched on November 15, 2021, and the campaign is scheduled to hit PC, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S on December 8. The campaign features an open-world environment this time around, with optional objectives and collectibles.

      Today, the developer announced that the game has officially gone gold. This means that discs are being printed, but the team will continue to implement bug fixes in the days leading up to launch. However, it's ready to go.

      Halo Infinite takes place months after United Nations Space Command forces have been defeated on a Halo ring. The Banished – the main antagonists from Halo Wars 2 – are back and more powerful than ever. It's up to you, as the Master Chief, to uncover their plans for the Halo ring and rescue any remaining forces on the installation.

      When the Halo Infinite campaign was shown off last year, a lot of gamers were disappointed by the lackluster visuals. The game was delayed by a year and has since seen major improvements based on early previews. The paid campaign will be part of Xbox Game Pass at launch.