The latest patch for Ubisoft’s originator for the Assasins Creed Series, Assassins Creed: Origins released yesterday, introducing a couple of new nifty features, fixing bugs and increasing stability. The patch runs up at 1.8GB for Xbox One, 1.5GB for PS4, Uplay 1.3GB and Steam, 1.1GB.
A couple months back Sony announced that their monthly subscription service, PS Plus would be increasing prices – this left some fans dismayed that they’d have to spend extra cash to play online, and others feeling that it was justified considering the quality output of ‘free’ monthly games (with the most recent being Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain)
Remember the hacker who claimed to have breached FireEye late July this year?
With Bluehole Studios recently announcing the release date for PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds and with the date being right around the corner, fans have been waitingly patiently to secure their copy of the Battle Royale craze on the Xbox One. To secure your copy you can head on over to the Xbox Live Store to pre-order, now.
If you haven’t picked it up yet – Konami’s open-world stealth title, Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain is free on PS Plus. And If you own a PS4 Pro the studio has recently released an update which tailors the title to your console.