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HomeNews The Leftovers for February 11, 2014: Xbox One Patch Details, Headset Adapter, More
The Leftovers for February 11, 2014: Xbox One Patch Details, Headset Adapter, More
Posted on Tuesday, February 11 @ 18:00:00 Eastern by Alex_Osborn
Each and every day, GameRevolution offers up a delectable main course news offering with all the fixings. Because it’s so tasty, it’s easy to fill up too quickly, leaving a plate full of news content to go to waste. Luckily for you, we’re dishing up the Leftovers—all the day’s news that we didn’t bite on enough for a full serving.
Multiplayer, Party Updates Coming to Xbox One in March
In preparation for Titanfall's release, Microsoft is launching a sizeable update in March that improves both the multiplayer and party features of Xbox One. Party chat will allow you to talk with friends outside of your game, a "Recent Players" list is being added, and a number of other features will help enhance your online experience.
Batman: Arkham Origins Blackgate Headed to XBLA
The portable-centric companion to last year's Batman: Arkham Origins will be branching beyond the Vita and 3DS, as a leaked listing on the Xbox Live Marketplace has outed Blackgate's arrival on XBLA. It's said to launch on March 25th and feature leaderboards.
Xbox One Headset Adapter Coming Next Month
Early next month, Microsoft will be releasing the long-awaited headset adapter for Xbox One that allows third-party headsets to work with the console. In addition, the company will be releasing its own premium headset for .
Valentine's Day Update Coming to Grand Theft Auto Online
This Friday, a free update is coming to Grand Theft Auto Online. It's called Valentine's Day Massacre and provides players with a new weapon and vehicle, fresh clothing options, and jobs. All of the content will be available for a limited time only, so you'll want to be sure you grab it while you can.
3DS Sales in Japan Outpacing GBA, Still Behind DS
Nintendo's latest portable is doing incredibly well in its home territory. 3DS has been out for 154 weeks in Japan and has sold 15 million units. That makes it a faster-selling device than the Game Boy Advance, which sold 11.64 million in the same window. However, it still lags behind DS figures, which managed to reach 20 million after 154 weeks of being available in Japan.