Thing’s they did not tell you at the Xbox One conference.

The Xbox One has been announced  and here are some thing’s they did not tell you at the conference. Pre-Owen titles now have a set fee, when you put the game in it will be tied to the Xbox live account witch you will have a separate fee on top of that. So if you go down to your local Game stop or game store you buy the game as a pre-owned you go home and put it in and have to pay a set fee on that for every game weather that goes to Xbox or Microsoft or to the developers but that’s how it is now unfortunately. She announced that all of your data will be saved on a 500 GB hard drive all of your games will be saved on it. Doesn’t seem like a lot of space to me,  like low space I am guessing they will upgrade the space in the latter years to 1000 GB or 2000 GB so you can download all your games on it without deleting old ones.The Xbox is not always online but apparently you have to be online for your console to even turn on but apparently there is a massive back end to this console now. Loads and loads of service that will make the game performance more stronger in the long run developers could actually use these servers to actually power the game and make it look better I have heard numerous rumors on this so I am not 100% sure on that. I guess there massive back servers and help with performance and hopefully not lag for games like Call Of Duty it just improves the performance on the console and the online experience its self. The new Kinect 2.0 I guess that’s what they are calling it, Its is apparently a lot better it picks up all of your movement it a lot better but always has to be connected to the Xbox its a essential part of the console now it has to be connected to the Xbox so it can work if it is not connected apparently the console will not function correctly without it. So you can not play any of your old Xbox games, movies or music you downloaded or bought on the Xbox live store will be transferred to your new Xbox One console. Soon to confirm that the pre-owned games will have a additional fee, when you install them to your console your console has a auto link to your Xbox live account witch means you will have to pay more on top of your pre-owned game you just purchased to me its a really dumb Idea its gonna hurt lot of are retail market and there gonna start to struggle most of the retail store live on the pre-own games and the money get from that. Its gonna be really hard for them. We are gonna see stores shut down and eventually it will turn to online only if they were smart they would change that idea completely like I said before I have no idea where these fee go to. On another note we don’t even have a set fee on Xbox live yet it could be the same but apparently point will be included with Xbox live. I hope you enjoyed this if you have any questions feel free to leave a comment down below and I will try to get to you as soon as possible thanks guys 😀 Image

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RUMOR: Black Ops 2′s Next DLC is Called Uprising, Contains Most Terrifying Zombie Experience to Date

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Call of Duty: Black Ops 2‘s next DLC pack will be titled Uprising and contains the most terrifying Zombie experience to date, according to a new report.

After a recent update to the game’s official website, Call of Duty community member Victor and YouTube userMrDalekJD discovered an interesting line of code on the site:

background: #000 url(‘/content/dam/atvi/callofduty/blackops2/cod-bo2/dlc/dlc2-uprising-bg.jpg’) center top no-repeat;

After digging a little deeper the pair discovered an official description of an Xbox Live Premium theme connected toUprising which reads:

Download the epic Call of Duty: Black Ops II Uprising Theme, featuring Studio, Vertigo and the Mob of the Dead, Treyarch’s most terrifying Zombies experience to date.”

Vertigo was the name of a map originally cut from Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 and Mob of the Dead could be a sequel to the popular Call of the Dead Black Ops Zombie map.

What are your thoughts on this new info? Let us know in the comments below.

Black Ops 2 Microtransactions Dated for PlayStation 3 and PC, Nuketown 2025 Map for Free

Activision has announced that microtransactions will be coming to the PlayStation 3 and PC versions of Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 next month.

They will be available to purchase from April 12 and include themed weapon skin packs, extra create-a-class slots, additional storage, and flag calling card packs–nothing that alters gameplay.

As an added bonus the Nuketown 2025 map will be made available as a free download to all PlayStation 3 and PC players.

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