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  1. I used it often due to how accessible it is on the Xbox but never seen it mentioned anywhere outside of the xbox community.
  2. Is there a rllmuk regiment or other group for MP/Warzone? Do many of you party up over crossplay?
  3. They change it every year anyway
  4. It's the one you haven't heard of before that's the new one. And if they do indeed release two specs, the more expensive one is the better one. Don't worry about the people who don't browse rllmuk, they'll be fine. Probably better off with the way this thread is going
  5. I'm afraid to look at my library, but I don't think it's quite as ridiculous as that!
  6. It is, for I have my own interpretation of them that is different to yours.
  7. I think the interpretation of "next gen games" is a game that you can only play on the new generation of gaming hardware. Different people obviously have different interpretations...
  8. Doesn't sound like that much of a fuck up when we get a decent win out of the situation. Stop worrying about Microsoft's Series X sales figures and just enjoy the games
  9. It's fairly similar to what has happened at the start of this gen, except that we'll have crossplay across XOne, XSX and W10. Sounds decent to me.
  10. Or to put it another way, you'd rather buy the console that has software only available on that particular console which is perfectly reasonable and actually pretty awesome because you get the best of both worlds/platforms.
  11. But they are making games for it, they're just giving you a choice of platforms from which to play them. Choice isn't a bad thing. Even if they weren't making games for Xbox One, they'll still be released for PC giving consumers even more choice. And then there may even be streaming to mobile devices in the not too distant future, meaning you don't need to buy any Xbox or Microsoft branded hardware at all to play them. This is the route Microsoft are taking and has been well known for years now.
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