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    as fans will want to play it as a preface to Fallout 4 rather than receiving it alongside the new installment. This sort of pre-order bonus could be a huge boon for Microsoft, but it's clear that the specifics of how it will work in practice are still being ironed out. Rainbow Six: Siege will also adopt to mmogo a similar strategy, offering both highly praised Rainbow Six: Vegas games to anyone that purchases the title for the Xbox One. The question is, how will Sony retort to Microsoft's plan to give multi-console owners a reason to play new releases on the Xbox One as opposed to the PlayStation 4.Remasters and remakes like Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection and Gears of War: Ultimate Edition still dominate the release schedule for new consoles, but backwards compatibility could well disrupt that trend. Microsoft made a power play by introducing the feature to

     

    the Xbox One, and it will be very interesting to see how Sony responds. Fallout 4 is set to release on November 10, 2015 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC. Rockstar Confirms Independence Day Celebrations for Grand Theft Auto 5. One of the many reasons that fans are still engrossed by Grand Theft Auto 5 is the way that Rockstar has delivered a steady stream of content via GTA Online. The game launched more than eighteen months ago, but there's been no shortage of updates since that time.Some content drops have been large — like the online Heists update that fans clamoured for over a period of several months — whereas others have been relatively minor. Grand Theft Auto 5 has made it something of a tradition to celebrate holidays and other special occasions with themed weapons,

     

    clothing and missions.The winter wonderland that Rockstar provided at Christmas is probably the Buy Cheap RS07 Gold  most well-known example of this practice, but other holiday-specific events have been just as memorable. Last year saw a raft of tongue-in-cheek missions, weapons and vehicles introduced in time for Independence Day, and it seems they'll be making a return for 2015.Yesterday, Rockstar posted details of the second half of the Ill-Gotten Gains update that's about to roll out for GTA Online. While players are no doubt