The Xbox One X is (mostly) sold out, and on its way there it decided to become the fastest-selling Xbox pre-order. Ever.
I say mostly as if you do search the internet with a fine tooth-comb, then you will find the odd site still accepting pre-ordering – Argos, in the UK, for example.
A quote from Guy List, who is the Retail COO states:
Our customers have been eagerly awaiting Xbox One X since the announce of Project Scorpio. This excitement has translated into the demand of pre-orders for the Xbox One X Project Scorpio Edition. We’re excited to see our loyal community of gamers get hands on with the console and to see everything that the most powerful console has to offer.”
Have you managed to secure your Xbox One X Project Scorpio Edition pre-order? Are you even going to pre-order? Let us know below!
Stainless Games and Sold Out Sales & Marketing have announced that Carmageddon: Max Damage will now be released on July 8th 2016 for the Xbox One. Originally due for release on the 3rd June, the new revised date is to allow the development team extra time to give the game a final polish before delivery and make sure it’s the best it can be.
It’s not all bad news though as Sold Out also announced the pre-order offer for the boxed retail edition of the game. Available from now, anyone who pre-orders Carmageddon: Max Damage will also receive the following bonus items:
Two extra player cars: The “Tez Eagle” and the “Iron Hawk”.
Four skins: Two additional paint schemes for each of the cars.
Digital comic: An exclusive digital download for pre-order customers, entitled, “Where Eagles Die”.
For those who don’t know, Carmageddon: Max Damage is the latest instalment of the popular cult racing series. Bystanders had better run for their lives as a crazed collection of speed freaks go head to head competing in a range of high-octane events. With insane PowerUps, surreal environments and many ways to win, it all adds up to endless hours of violent and hilarious fun.
Carmageddon: Max Damage will now be released on July 8th for the Xbox One. In the meantime why don’t you check out there official website for more information.
Today publishing specialist Sold Out announced that it had secured the console rights to the physical release of Rebellion’s Sniper Elite 4 alongside it’s digital release later this year. Building on the success the two companies had when they partnered together for Zombie Army Trilogy, Gary WIlliams CEO of Sold Out and Jason Kingsley Co-founder and CEO of Rebellion said:
It is great to see that British software and development is not only alive and well, but through Rebellion’s efforts, actually flourishing. Sold Out is delighted to be the harbour master for Rebellion’s boxed console journey.”
We’re extremely excited to be working alongside Sold Out again after the huge success of Zombie Army Trilogy, and this way we can produce the most successful Sniper Elite game to date, not only digitally, but also at retail.
Sold Out is also extending its USA publishing relationship with U&I distribution who they previously worked with on Zombie Army Trilogy to again bring the game to the US retail.
Stay tuned for more news but in the meantime why dont you check out the teaser trailer below and drop us a comment on what you would love to see in the coming Sniper Elite game?
Sniper Elite 4 will be released in both boxed and digital formats later this year.
Developer Sold Out announced today that their platformer Unbox, will be heading to Xbox One later this year.
Developed by independent UK studio Prospect Games, Unbox is a vibrant physics-based platformer set in the near future, featuring the ultimate postal service; self-delivering cardboard boxes.
A brand new trailer has been released that showcases just a small slice of the adventure, as well as a first look at the locations players will be visiting – from snow-peaked mountains to luscious, volcanic islands.
Unbox features an expansive single player campaign in which players can explore a variety of imaginative and perilous worlds, in addition to an extensive competitive multiplayer component. Multiplayer is loaded with a ton of maps to play locally, with modes including box racing, box battling and much more.