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This is how fast different Halo games load on Xbox Series X

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This is how fast different Halo games load on Xbox Series X

The start of the new generation of consoles is just a few days away, at least by Microsoft with its two consoles, which we know as Xbox Series X and Series S, both being the company’s commitment to continue in the market hardware for video games.

In these last hours, we have already been able to see several reviews of people who received their consoles a few days ago and in general, we can say that we are facing a very interesting beginning of the generation since there is a great advance in several aspects with respect to what we have seen this year.

The Halo saga greatly reduces its loading times

In the absence of the new installment of the saga carried by 343 Industries coming out at the launch of the console, these days we have had the announcement that the Master Chief Collection will take advantage of the hardware of the machine as it should with a performance of 4K and 120 fps in both campaigns and multiplayer.

And although Halo 5 Guardians are not going to receive a patch specifically for improvements, today we bring a video published on YouTube, in which we can see how both titles already take advantage of the new Microsoft machine, making use of the SSD, which allows the times load are really tiny, both for the collection and with the fifth installment of the saga, demonstrating what Xbox Series X is capable of when compared to the Xbox One X, which until now was the most powerful console ever created.

Although Halo Infinite has had more unforeseen events than expected, we are looking forward to its arrival in 2021, but for now, we will have to continue playing the current installments that will also work wonderfully in this new generation that begins right now.

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Dead Cells Fatal Falls comes to Xbox One on January 26

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Dead Cells Fatal Falls comes to Xbox One on January 26

We have just started 2021 and we are already seeing a lot of news coming to games we know, both in the form of paid DLCs and free updates that occur constantly, as is the case with Gears 5 or SMITE.

Another title that will have new content shortly is Dead Cells, this indie title launched in 2017 that has been a success and that announced a new paid DLC a few weeks ago that would see the light of day at the beginning of this year, although at the time no specific date was shown.

Return to Dead Cells on January 26

It seems that the developers have taken a liking to release new content for their title, since just a year ago we had the same situation, with new content ready to launch in early 2020.

With this new DLC called Fatal Falls, we will not have to wait too long, as it will be added to Dead Cells on January 26, so we will not have to wait long to explore new areas, eliminate new enemies, wield new weapons, and for, Of course, defeat new and difficult bosses that will do everything possible to make us bite the dust in more than one attempt. We can see all this in the trailer recently published on YouTube.

It’s great to see indie games like Dead Cells growing in success, something that has been clearly noted by the arrival of new content and the dedication the gaming community has put into it by spending countless hours with the controller in hand. Before this title that has managed to get us both smiles and tears.

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Space shooter Boundary is revealed in a new trailer

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Space shooter Boundary is revealed in a new trailer

Although 2020 has been a pretty bad year in many ways, we have been fortunate to end it with a new generation of consoles under our arm, which is going to give us huge new moments with video games like we have never seen before.

In the coming months, it is expected that a large number of games will arrive to stay in the new Xbox Series X and Series S, some coming from the hand of Xbox Game Studios themselves and being highly anticipated as the console version of Microsoft Flight Simulator or Halo Infinite.

A new trailer for Boundary space shooter

But not only great exclusive titles await us for our consoles, but it is also expected that many other great games will begin to arrive, although many of us can still play them on our old Xbox One.

One is expected for the time of summer is Boundary, a shooter that brings us to multiplayer games in zero gravity of space, something that made Call of Duty Ghosts nearly eight years ago, but led to a much more incredibly visually, as well spectacular in many ways. Although a specific date is not yet known, little by little we began to see news, such as the new trailer published on YouTube recently.

It is expected that in the coming months the specific launch date of Boundary will be known, which we can play on PC, Xbox Series X, Series S and on Xbox One.

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Extensive new gameplay from The Medium

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Extensive new gameplay from The Medium

We are one week away from one of the most anticipated first releases of 2021. We are talking, how could it be otherwise, about The Medium, the new Bloober Team title that will arrive exclusively on Xbox Series X | S next 28 of June.

The title, which will present a new world divided into two realities, is one of the first exclusive new generation games. The reason, as the study itself told us yesterday, is that its idea and conception of the title would not be possible on the Xbox One hardware.

The Medium shines in an extensive gameplay

And to increase our hype and remind us that in less than three weeks we will be able to enjoy The Medium, the studio has released new and extensive gameplay. More than 14 minutes where we can see first-hand what it looks like and what the proposal that awaits us in a few weeks will be like.

The Medium is coming directly to Xbox Game Pass and will be available on Xbox Series X | S and PC.

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