EA is going to release a new Battlefield Hardline expansion next month called Betrayal and it brings new maps, weapons, vehicles and more. As the name suggests, this expansion extends the gameplay after you’ve successfully conducted a heist and escaped from the police. Enemies lurk in the shadows and there are confrontations in back alleys and prisons as you try and hold on to your take.
Hitman: Absolution was initially released for Xbox 360 back in 2012. It’s not natively compatible with Xbox One so you can’t just pop the disc in and play this game on the new console. However, fans of the franchise will be delighted to find out that IO Interactive has confirmed that Hitman: Absolution is coming to Xbox One via the backwards compatibility feature that was switched on for the console last year. The feature allows studios to bring their Xbox 360 games to Xbox One.