Funny Bogus Attempt to revive the ‘ole “overheating” controversy
Two of the world biggest players in the video gaming world have just released their next-gen consoles days apart from one another. That’s big, and it’s time to evaluate.
Many were able to preorder their consoles and others took their chance on launch day. For those fans that are now opening and starting-up their new hardware – reports have surfaced of some, interesting issues… Even with the Series X only being 3 days old, already, it’s managed to start some major controversy. Videos have begun surfacing showing smoke coming from the top of the console, as if the Xbox was overheating so badly that it was smoking. Next, Gamers took to social media to comment on the video posts questioning if these videos were legit or fake.
One Twitter user even posted a video to recreate the smoky effect, and show that it was ultimately achieved by blowing vape smoke into the console, and, in fact was not due to any type of overheating malfunction of the unit.
An official spokesperson for Microsoft felt the need to publicly comment and shared the following response on its Twitter account:
Where and when are units available: timing is key
There has been pretty consistent news that the already limited stock has quickly disappeared, nonetheless, there are still some retailers including Amazon and Walmart where you can check the latest stock/re-stocking updates. You will have multiple chances to buy, as retailers are restocking products at multiple times during the day.
The Xbox launch which by now everyday already knows, took place on November 10th, with the Series X retailing at $499 and Series S for $299. The newest console will deliver backward compatibility to the vast majority of Xbox One games, even some Xbox 360 titles. Unlike the PS5 launch that announced that you could only purchase online, Microsoft made no such statement. Therefore gamers can in addition to scouring online, check your local retail stores for inventory.
So you’ve managed to purchase the next-gen console? Now the fun part, playing new games! One game we’ve had our eyes on is Assassin’s Creed Valhalla. The game follows a group of Vikings, in an open-world RPG, traveling outside Norway to new life in England.
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla
- Lead epic Viking raids against Saxon troops and fortresses.
- Dual-wield powerful weapons and relive the visceral fighting style of the Vikings.
- Challenge yourself with the most varied collection of deadly enemies ever found in Assassin’s Creed.
- Shape the growth of your character and your clan’s settlement with every choice you make.
- Explore a Dark Age open world, from the shores of Norway to the kingdoms of England.
- Click here to see “Assassin’s Creed Valhalla” and help Independent Bookstores.
- Also available on Amazon and Walmart
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