Respawn Entertainment’s Titanfall will be making its way onto Microsoft’s Windows and Xbox platforms on the 11th of March. We’re sure this is a game many are looking forward to after seeing the gameplay videos and seeing how Microsoft went as far as tweaking the Xbox One’s controller just for the game.
Microsoft has also revealed a Titanfall Xbox One bundle that is basically a regular Xbox One with the game bundled. However there will also be a limited edition Xbox One controller available, and last we heard there were rumors about a Titanfall edition Xbox One console as well. Turns out the rumors were true, thanks to a recent photo posted by Respawn, although the downside is that gamers won’t be able to buy it.
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According to the reports, Microsoft’s Windows 8.1 Update 1 is most likely set for a release in April, although we did note that according to earlier reports, the Microsoft had already signed off on the final build which would suggest that it’s good to go, leading to the possibility that a leaked build could make its way online.
Well sure enough it has. In fact one of the ways Windows 8 users could update their OS to the latest build is by tweaking their registry, but if you’d rather not do that and would rather get your hands on the files themselves, it seems that Microsoft has accidentally leaked the direct links to the files.
Read full post →Windows 8.1 Update 1 Direct Download Links Leaked