There’s been plenty of Xbox One news to keep fans excited over what’s coming next to the Microsoft console.
A range of new third-party games will start to land in the coming months, with games like Red Dead Redemption 2, Black Ops 4, and Battlefield 5 releasing later in 2018.
And Microsoft still has one of the biggest games in the world currently as a console exclusive, which is unavailable on PS4 and Nintendo Switch.
And it just so happens that new PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds content and features are being worked on weekly.
A new PUBG update is in the works, with the development providing news on what’s coming next, earlier this week.
The PUBG team teased earlier this week that a new patch is being worked on that should be released during the week of July 9.
This new update will improve and resolve many of the current issues flagged by players, with more information being announced in the coming days.
Bluehole is also hoping to deal with frame drops, tackling the problem by cutting the resources used for character movement.
“With character movement, much resources are used, with some of them being used inefficiently,” a message from the PUBG development team reads.
“This has been a critical issue for performance. We’re aiming to cut down resource use by 50%. A small number of related changes were patched in this week, but we plan to have the rest implemented on live servers soon.
“Care packages and smoke grenades will be optimised as they slowed down the character and caused lag when the player is inside the smoke.”
Elsewhere, Bluehole plans to discuss rubberbanding, the grenade arc bug, hit registration and not being to win, despite being the last player in the final circle.
It was recently revealed through various leaks that an Elite Controller 2 is being worked on by Microsoft.
And the latest reports from Windows Central have provided more insight into what new refinements the tech giant are making to their popular design.
Reportedly codenamed Spider, the Elite Controller 2 will look to provide a few new features, while retaining much of what was in the original design.
This will include adding a USB-C charging port that will function with a locking charging dock.
Tension control is also being added for the joysticks, which will allow players to reconfigure how much resistance is applied to each analog stick.
Microsoft is also upgrading the trigger lock available on the Elite Controller, hoping to boost it to a three-stage trigger lock mechanism.
However, like all reports like this, it’s worth taking it with a pinch of salt until Microsoft officially announce it.
Grand Theft Auto remains one of the most successful and popular video games franchises in the world.
The latest release, GTA 5, remains one of the most played games in 2018, despite launching back in 2013.
The key to its longevity has been GTA 5 Online, a multiplayer mode which continues to see new content released.
This month will see a Nightclub expansion, while even more updates are expected before the release of Red Dead Redemption 2.
So you can see why fans may have been a little shocked to see a message about a GTA 6 release date landing in 2019.
Not only would it be pretty unlikely that Rockstar would launch their new Grand Theft Auto so soon after RDR 2, but it’s unclear just what kind of game it will be.
GTA Online has reshaped how Rockstar Games goes about their development, so GTA 6 is likely to be a big project.
And unfortunately for those who have found these messages, it’s almost sure that they are fake.
Screenshots have been posted online that show an in-game notification pop up concerning GTA 6 pre-orders.
The messages look pretty real and appear to be official notifications.
However, these notifications have only been reported on specific platforms, such as PC, Xbox 360 and PS3.
This would suggest that they are the work of modders and hackers, who would be able to pull something like this off on those platforms.
And the official Rockstar Support Twitter page has recently confirmed that the messages are popping up in games on PC, Xbox 360 and PS3 are not official.
“This is a hoax made with the use of mods and not an official message or statement from Rockstar Games,” the official Rocket Support message reads.
It appears that a modder has found a way to use Rockstar’s in-game announcement system and also explains why the notification is popping up in single-player too.
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