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The highly anticipated Forza 7 is about to hit the tarmac running on October 3rd 2017, the Xbox exclusive driving game has had incredible success in the past and the addition of 7 is looking to follow the trend. News today from behind the scenes is that the game has now officially went gold bthefore its launch next month. 

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Made years ago for Xbox 360. Phantom Dust was one of those games that flew under the radar of most players. After the failure of launching a sequel of the same name, we have a relaunch of the title on Xbox One. Even better, it's completely free!

But what is Phantom Dust? 

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Lord save my mobile phone! I have played a huge amount of hours on Fallout Shelter on Android. When Fallout Shelter was first released at the announcement of Fallout 4 at E3 there wasn't a whole lot to the game. Simply put, you attract wastelanders, provide three basic needs and grow the size of your vault. Now there are more room types, equipment crafting, missions and explorations. With regular updates (I'm expecting a Valentines update soon), Fallout Shelter has became a much grander game than it first started. 

So much so my mobile phone, which is quite good, struggles to run the game. Therefore I am happy to see Bethesda's Fallout Shelter to come to Xbox One and Windows 10 with the ability to Xbox Play Anywhere. This means I can look after my dwellers at home on my console and on my laptop on the move. 

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A few very important announcements were made at Microsoft's 2016 E3 conference, one of which being the new feature for games, named Xbox Play Anywhere. This will allow upcoming titles that have this feature to be played on both Xbox One and Windows 10, while only purchasing one copy of the game. This saves you money, and allows you to play with a larger community and in different ways. Cross platforming will also be supported by this feature, meaning no one will be left out on Windows 10 nor Xbox One.

An incredible amount of information was also shared regarding the upcoming Xbox One Summer Update. The update will include some of the most fan requested features, such as background music. Other additions include Cortana, not from Halo, but rather the helpful version from the Windows phones. There are also some new ways to socialise with your friends and community. The first being Clubs on Xbox Live, which allows you to create communities, for talking about games, sharing thoughts, and organising game nights. This feature is similar to groups on Steam. The second new way to interact is Looking For Group, which in short allows you to have a display message whenever a player goes onto a certain game. For example "I'm playing Halo 5. Come and join my team and own some noobs." The final major feature is Arena on Xbox Live, which is pretty self explanatory. You can organise tournaments, compete with players across the world, and sign up for any competitive matches that might be happening. 

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