Which of this week’s Xbox Live Deals With Gold bargains should you pick up? – 9th January 2018 | TheXboxHub
So, Christmas has gone, the new year is well under way and the big Xbox winter sale offering hundreds of games and movies at hugely discounted prices has finally come to an end. What else do we have left to look forward to until the gaming releases get up to speed once more? The Xbox Live Deals With Gold sale of course! With recent weeks looking quite dull however, is this the week to offer something a little more exciting?…
League Of Legends New Skins: Lunar Guardian, Sweethearts And Arctic Ops Gragas
Six new skins will be coming to League Of Legends soon, featuring Lunar Guardian Nasus and Warwick, Sweethearts Rakan and Xayah, and a fat man in a tight suit….
Xbox One: New Dashboard Update Announced – IGN
Alpha Preview members get added functionality to the Guide, a Do Not Disturb online mode, and more….
Linksys’ new router automatically detects Xbox One gaming (and makes it faster) | On MSFT
Linksys has a new Xbox One-branded router, that can automatically detect and connect to your Xbox One, touting faster gameplay and more. As noted by The Verge, the new Linksys router, called the WRT32XB, is a newer version of its WRT32X gaming router for Windows PCs. Supposedly, the WRT32XB prioritizes and accelerates gaming traffic for your Xbox One to provide you will a faster connection than other routers on the market. The WRT32XB uses the same “Killer Prioritization Engine” technology found in its PC counterpart, the WRT32X, but applies it to Xbox One consoles instead of your PCs. Linksys claims that the WRT32XB greatly reduces lag spikes and cuts down up to 65% on peak ping times for Xbox One gamers. Besides the Xbox One-centric features, the WRT32XB has the exact same features as the WRT32X: 802.11ac Wi-Fi 4 Ethernet ports 1 USB 3.0 port 4 dual band antennas The WRT32XB will be released sometime in February 2018 for $299, the same price of the WRT32X. For WRT32X users who…
The Overwatch League is changing the face of esports. How, why, and the hottest teams and matches to look out for
The hotly anticipated Overwatch League launches this week, but its large investment is a huge risk for Blizzard…
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