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Dying Light’s Next-Gen Patch Is Here

The hit survival horror game Dying Light just released a new patch. While fans of the franchise have much to look forward to in the coming months, they can also spend their time exploring new aspects of the game that were released just this month. An excellent thing to note...
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EE PS5 restock warning: Time running out to sign up for next stock drop

This article contains affiliate links, we may receive a commission on any sales we generate from it. EE has set a deadline for today that customers interested in the next PS5 restock need to sign up by. On Wednesday October 13 the leading mobile retailer announced it had more PS5 stock on the way which will be available to buy via the Add To Plan scheme. This lets EE customers purchase a wide variety of tech and spread out the cost with monthly payments that are added on top of their typical phone contract cost.

Nintendo Switch Online Expansion Pack is a bad deal, no matter how you slice it

I think it’s fair to say that Nintendo Switch Online has been, at best, a mixed bag. Its relatively poor online infrastructure is a far cry from the quality we get from PS Plus and Xbox Live, with semi-frequent disconnects and lag spikes occurring in even the most popular Switch titles including Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe and Splatoon 2. And that’s before talking about its archaic approach to friends lists and in-game chat.

Xbox Game Pass, slow subscriber growth

It’s unquestionable that Microsoft’s Xbox Game Pass subscription offers great value for gamers. With three varieties to choose from (PC only, console only, or both), players will have access to a library of over 100 titles, many of them on launch day. The service is so attractive that PlayStation owners have started asking Sony to combine PlayStation Now and PS Plus into something similar. The only potential downside to Xbox Game Pass is that people can find themselves with too many games that they want to play and not have enough time before being decommissioned.