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Titanfall season pass detailed

It will provide access to three planned DLC packs, each of which will contain new maps. All other content is still to be determined and will be announced closer to release, according to a season pass FAQ. The season pass is priced at $24.99 in North America, offering a $5 saving when compared to buying the three packs individually. The PC version of the season pass is available to purchase now and costs £19.99 in the UK.
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Sniper Elite 3 release dates confirmed, pre-order bonuses detailed

Rebellion has confirmed a Sniper Elite 3 release date of June 27 worldwide for the self-published PC version. The PS3, PS4, Xbox One and Xbox 360 versions will be released at retail and digitally in Europe on the same day, while console gamers in US will have to wait until July 1. The company has also confirmed new pre-order exclusive bonus content; an extra mission called 'Hunt The Grey Wolf', which sees the player on mission to kill Hitler.

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MechRunner to release for PS4, Vita and PC in July

While the game is confirmed for a July release, developer Spark Plug Games is seeking $25,000 on Kickstarter so that it can further polish the game before release.

"We could just stick a bow on it and kick it out the door, but we love it too much. It deserves a strong finish and so we'd be thrilled to have YOUR support as we put all of the polish and TLC into this game that we can before launch," the studio wrote.

The procedurally generated levels will allow mechs to morph from a robot to a tank on the fly, while weapon customisation and boss battles are also confirmed.
‘Titanfall Expedition’ DLC Unveiled

Well before Titanfall actually hit the Xbox One and PC platforms, developer Respawn Entertainment had put into place plans to support their online-only multiplayer game through downloadable content. They promised that some of the post-release content – modes, updates, gameplay tweaks – would be free, while the more substantial additions, like new maps and (potentially) new Titans, would come at a cost. At the time, however, DLC details for Titanfall were hard to come by, as the focus was placed on the game’s core elements prior to launch.

Now that some time has passed since Titanfall‘s launch – on PC, Xbox One, and now Xbox 360 – Respawn is ready to talk DLC. In fact, they used their PAX East 2014 retrospective panel to announce the first expansion, titled Titanfall Expedition, and confirm its release for May of this year.

While details are fairly slim, we do know that Expedition will include three maps set after the story campaign of Titanfall. They are titled Swampland, Runoff, and War Games, and each will presumably offer a nice change of scenery for Titanfall players.

Swampland is the map highlighted in the promo art below, and, as the name implies, it will feature a dense, forest-like area set among the ruins of alien technology; Runoff is apparently a loosely connected extension of Swampland that features “pipes and water”; and War Games uses a Pilot/Titan training facility as its setting. Although Respawn did not confirm a price point for Titanfall Expedition, players can secure the pack right now by purchasing the $25 Season Pass.

In addition to paid DLC talk, Respawn also teased a few free additions to Titanfall, including a 2v2 variant for the Last Titan Standing mode, a hash tag system that will allow players to coordinate together (a la clans), new Burn Cards, and decals for a little extra Titan customization. They wouldn’t confirm any release dates for these new items, but promised they are all on the way.

While new bells and whistles for Titanfall should encourage players to jump back online, it was the promise of customizable modes by Respawn that caught our attention the most. Respawn wouldn’t commit to the idea, but they did tease that players might soon see variations on the game’s core modes like the 2v2 Last Titan Standing variant. Some of those modes will only appear for a week a two as part of a player test, but those that do find success will seemingly make it into the regular rotation.

For a game that is hoping to set a new precedent for online multiplayer, Titanfall has certainly started off on the right foot with its DLC announcement by confirming paid and free additions. Sure, we’re disappointed that new Titan types will not factor into the equation, but Respawn still seemingly has plenty of intriguing post-release content on the way.

What do you think of Titanfall‘s first DLC map pack, Expedition? Will you buy the pack?
Heartbleed Bug READ and change your passwords

The Heartbleed Bug is a serious vulnerability in the popular OpenSSL cryptographic software library. This weakness allows stealing the information protected, under normal conditions, by the SSL/TLS encryption used to secure the Internet. SSL/TLS provides communication security and privacy over the Internet for applications such as web, email, instant messaging (IM) and some virtual private networks (VPNs).

The Heartbleed bug allows anyone on the Internet to read the memory of the systems protected by the vulnerable versions of the OpenSSL software. This compromises the secret keys used to identify the service providers and to encrypt the traffic, the names and passwords of the users and the actual content. This allows attackers to eavesdrop on communications, steal data directly from the services and users and to impersonate services and users.

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ARMA III DLC Update includes new "Zeus" gamemode for multiplayer....

New DLC update to Arma 3 just released.... Zeus mode!!!!

In Zeus mode, you assume the role of game master and curate the multiplayer experience of the other Arma 3 players on the server instantly. Wielding an intuitive real-time editor, you can manipulate or expand multiplayer scenarios on-the-fly, and create a surprising flow of challenges for the soldiers on the ground. The ultimate coop mission generating mode.

This is a great video of the gameplay release livestream. It explains all the basics of this gamemode and gives you a taste of what can be done in an online multiplayer environment with this game.... The video totals over an hour, but watch it all and just think of the possibilities this could make for a gaming session!!!

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Microsoft is Bringing Back the Start Menu and Catering to Mouse and Keyboard Users

This is what Windows 8 should have been all along

Straight to the point, Microsoft is bringing back the Start menu to Windows via an upcoming update to Windows 8.1. Along with everything else that will be introduced, we feel like Brennan from Step Brothers after he and Dale received pirate hats, dirty magazines, and crossbows - "You guys finally came to your sense and got us something cool!" And yes, despite all the criticism up to this point, Windows 8.1 finally has a shot at being a cool OS.

To anyone who's been paying attention, Windows 8/8.1 has been steadily getting better over time, though it hasn't been able to get over the hump where it's widely accepted as a worthy replacement for Windows 7, or even XP if you're a legacy holdout. Part of the reason why is Microsoft's stubbornness to alter its vision. For example, Microsoft already brought back the Start button, but stubbornly refused to include the Start menu. It's thereto toggle between Desktop and Metro, the latter of which is of little interest to power users, and offer up a few right-click shortcuts.

In a video promoting the upcoming update, Joe Belfior, VP of Windows, finally acknowledges what we suspected all along. He says, "Lots of Windows 8.1 users are spending most of their time on the desktop." He also acknowledges the importance of the taskbar to users who don't have a touchscreen.

Microsoft needed to make these epiphanies, and now that it has -- or at least admitted to knowing them -- Windows 8.1 is only going to get better. The forthcoming update goes beyond the return of the Start menu and focuses on mouse and keyboard input. You'll be able to pin Windows Store apps to the taskbar, and likewise it will be easy to switch between or close them with your mouse.

"We’ve made it so your mouse works more consistently anywhere in Windows. If you move your mouse to the top of the screen when using a Windows Store app, you will see the familiar Close and Minimize buttons. And as I mentioned above, when you move your mouse to the bottom of the screen in a Windows Store app, the taskbar comes up," Microsoft explains in a blog post.

There's a lot more you can do with the mouse, both on the Desktop and the Start screen. You can right-click on app tiles for a context menu, select multiple tiles at once, and much more.

In short, Windows 8.1 is transforming into what Windows 8 should have been at launch. For users who want the touch experience, it's there and it works magnificently. And for users who care about the traditional Desktop interface, you can boot directly to the Desktop and manipulate the OS like you're used to doing.

The "Windows 8.1 Udate" is available now for MSDN subscribers. For everyone else, Microsoft will start rolling it out for free to Windows 8.1 and Windows RT 8.1 customers via Windows Update on Tuesday, April 8th.
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Respawn Sends Titanfall PC Rule Breakers to Island of Misfit Cheaters

An aimbot free-for-all'

Take your hands off your mouse and keyboard (or tablet and smartphone) and give a hearty golf clap for Respawn Entertainment. Why are we congratulating the development studio behind Titanfall? Respawn deserves kudos for the way it's decided to handle cheaters in the PC version of the popular game -- by banishing them from the rule-abiding public and sticking them in servers with other cheaters.

"Great news: you get to keep playing Titanfall! Less-great news: you only get to play with other cheaters," Respawn states in an FAQ about its anti-cheat policy. "You can play with other banned players in something that will resemble the Wimbledon of aimbot contests. Hopefully the aimbot cheat you paid for really is the best, or these all-cheater matches could be frustrating for you. Good luck."

Respawn's using FairFight to detect cheaters on the PC. The developers have been collecting data since the game launched, though held off on banning players until Friday, March 21st. Over time, they'll tweak the algorithm to catch more rule breakers.

If you follow the rules but invite a cheater friend to your party, then your entire party will be treated as banned, meaning you'll only be able to play against other aimbot users. However, once you stop inviting cheaters into your group, you can return to the general population.

"You do not get permanently tainted just by playing with a cheater - you are only banned for cheating if you are actually cheating," Respawn says.

Well played, Respawn.
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NVIDIA: DirectX 12 Is A Major Stride for Gaming
Microsoft today introduced DirectX 12 at the annual Game Developers Conference (GDC) in San Francisco. DX12 is Microsoft's latest version of the graphics API that is the dominant standard in the growing, $25 billion PC gaming industry. Developers have been asking for a thinner, more efficient API that allows them to control hardware resources more directly. Despite significant efficiency improvements delivered by continuous advancement of existing API implementations, next-generation applications want to extract all possible performance from multi-core systems. Developers also want to take direct advantage of advanced GPU hardware features, from which developers are currently insulated to provide fool-proof usage. DirectX 12 was designed from scratch to provide the infrastructure for these advanced applications.

Looks like DirectX 12 will mirror many of the improvements AMD implemented in its own Mantle API. The big news today was that DX12 will support more than just the PC and will work on existing hardware. Microsoft will bring DX12 to all of its platforms, including the Xbox One and, if I understand correctly, Windows Phone. Which hardware will be DX12-compatible? AMD said all of its Graphics Core Next-based Radeon GPUs (i.e. Radeon HD 7000 series and newer) will work with the new API. Nvidia pledged support for all Fermi, Kepler, and Maxwell (i.e. GeForce GTX 400 series and newer) parts. The keynote included a demo of Forza 5 running in DirectX 12 mode atop an Nvidia GPU. Finally, Intel said the integrated graphics in its existing Haswell processors will also have DX12 support. All in all, Microsoft estimates that 100% of new desktop GPUs, 80% of new gaming PCs, and 50% of PC gamers will be able to take advantage of the new API.