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    Titanfall's first DLC is called Expedition, 2v2 Last Titan Standing mode on the way

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    Today during a PAX East panel, Respawn Entertainment officially announced that Titanfall's first expansion pack is called Expedition. The DLC will arrive in May, presumably for Xbox One, Xbox 360, and PC.

     

    The maps are called Swampland, Runoff, and Wargames. The DLC is included with the $25 Titanfall DLC pass, though it's not clear what it will cost as a standalone download. Two other map pack expansions are coming to Titanfall, though Respawn hasn't said when they will be delivered.

     

    Respawn also confirmed today at PAX East that a new 2v2 Last Titan Standing mode is coming to the game as a free update sometime in the future. There will also be new Burn Cards, the developer said.

     

    The developer also revealed a new "hashtag" system for Titanfall, through which players with similar interests can play together. It's unclear how this will work and we plan to follow up with Respawn to get clarity on the matter.

     

    Finally, Respawn teased that customization options and competitive player rankings could come to Titanfall one day. Daily challenges and special tweaks for existing game modes might also appear in the game eventually, the developer said.

     

    Panel host Geoff Keighley, who spent three weeks at Respawn working on a feature, also revealed that the studio prototyped a single-player mode for Titanfall. Unfortunately, no further details or images of this mode were revealed today during the panel.

     

     

    Eddie Makuch is a news editor at GameSpot, and you can follow him on Twitter @EddieMakuch

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    Source: GameSpot


    Sir David Attenborough making nature documentary for Oculus Rift

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    Sir David Attenborough, famous for his career in nature documentaries, will write and present a new project filmed for the Oculus Rift virtual reality headset.

     

    Titled Conquest of the Skies, the documentary is currently being filmed in Borneo with an eight-camera rig that can capture a full 360 degree image, Atlantic Productions’ commercial director John Morris told realscreen. He said that the production company has already secured several Oculus Rift development kits and that Conquest of the Skies, will be the first major wildlife production for the device. “In terms of the creative challenge, we look at this as being comparable to the beginning of the film industry,” he said.

     

    Morris said he thinks of virtual reality as “a new platform you can monetize,” and that “we’ll see million of these thing being sold.”

     

    That is precisely what Oculus VR is hoping for. Mark Zuckerberg even mentioned movie experiences like this as one possible use for the Oculus Rift shortly after he acquired the company for $2 billion.

     

     

     

    Emanuel Maiberg is a freelance writer. You can follow him on Twitter @emanuelmaiberg and Google+.

     

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    Source: GameSpot


    High Strangeness: Bridging RPG Eras - PAX East 2014 Dev Commentary

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    Lead developer Ben Shostak explains what makes High Strangeness a modern gem of nostalgic indie RPG action.

     

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    Microsoft admits it was "definitely a challenge" to get the Xbox One message across early on

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    Today during a PAX East panel called Console Launches: A Post Mortem, Microsoft's Larry "Major Nelson" Hryb acknowledged that it was a real challenge getting the Xbox One message across last summer when the console was originally announced.

     

    The Xbox One was "very complex to explain" to consumers, Hryb said. He went on to explain that when you're marketing a product, whether it's an Xbox One or a phone or even a stapler, you need to be very clear to the customer about why they need the product in question.

     

    For the Xbox One, "It was definitely a challenge" in getting that message across, Hryb said. Presumably, Microsoft thinks it has improved its Xbox One messaging to date, but Hryb did not say one way or the other.

     

    During Microsoft's original Xbox One announcement in May 2013, the company focused heavily on the device's entertainment functionality, leading some to think games had been forgotten. Of course this was not true, and Microsoft announced new core games at E3 a month later like Halo for Xbox One and Sunset Overdrive, among others.

     

    Also during the panel tonight, Hryb took a shot at Sony's claim that it will ship 100 games in 2014. "Saying something and shipping something can be two different things," Hryb said.

     

    Eddie Makuch is a news editor at GameSpot, and you can follow him on Twitter @EddieMakuch

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    Source: GameSpot


    Cards Against Humanity starts Pwnmeal Oatmeal joke at PAX

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    By GameSpot,

    Forget Gamer Grub. If you really want to make sure you’re getting the precious nutrients you require to demolish your enemies, you better get a bowlful of Pwnmeal Oatmeal.

     

    Okay, it doesn’t actually exist, as the ridiculous promotional video makes obvious, but it’s not that far off from other food products marketed at gamers. It’s a funny gag perpetrated by Cards Against Humanity co-creator Max Temkin, who went as far as to advertise the fake product at PAX East.

     

    If you couldn’t make it the show and see it for yourself, make sure you head to the official Pwnmeal website and read up on the different, delicious flavors like MOBAnana Bread and Cinnamon K/D Ratioatmeal.

     

    You can also follow @pwnmeal on Twitter, where you can find gems such as:

     

    JUST BECAUSE WE DON’T ENDORSE STAYING UP FOR 48 HOURS STRAIGHT DOESN’T MEAN YOU CAN’T DO IT

     

    — Pwnmeal XGO (@pwnmeal)

     

    IT’S LIKE PLAYING 2 PLAYER MODE WITH YOUR NUTRITIONIST

     

    — Pwnmeal XGO (@pwnmeal)

     

    BREAK FAST B4 U BREAK FACES. CHOW DOWN ON A BOWL OF HEARTY GRAIN CEREAL TODAY

     

    — Pwnmeal XGO (@pwnmeal)

    Emanuel Maiberg is a freelance writer. You can follow him on Twitter @emanuelmaiberg and Google+.

     

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    GTA Online's Capture Creator out now

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    Grand Theft Auto V players can now create and customize their own Capture Jobs for Grand Theft Auto Online using the game's Creator tool, Rockstar Games has announced.

     

    To celebrate the update, Rockstar will select four of the best Capture Jobs creators and give them a chance to score one million in the game’s currency as well as an exclusive in-game CAPTURE license plate. The four official selections will become Rockstar Verified Jobs, and their makers will also join Rockstar on a future live Twitch broadcast to talk about their creations.

     

    If you want to participate and not sure how this all works, Rockstar released a PDF guide that will get you started on creating your own Capture Jobs. The deadline for submissions is 11:59 PM Eastern on Sunday.

     

    Finally, Rockstar announced that it’s extending the 2X GTA$ and RP period leading up to the Capture Creator release. Playing any Capture Jobs will now earn you double GTA$ and RP through Sunday, April 20.

     

    Rockstar is still planning to bring Heists to GTA Online sometime this spring, but has not said when specifically this long-awaited feature will be introduced.

     

     

     

    Emanuel Maiberg is a freelance writer. You can follow him on Twitter @emanuelmaiberg and Google+.

     

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    Source: GameSpot


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