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Xbox News: Xbox One Chargers Overheat, Recalled; Scorpio Preorder; Games Update Patch and More!


Check out the latest news and update on Xbox consoles! From overheating issue to the latest Project Scorpio preorder page. Here's the detail!

Xbox One Controller's Charger Issue

There have been several problems reported on Xbox One third party controller's charger. Users claimed that the overheat chargers were reportedly those from online stores. According to KDVR, overheat smart chargers could damage the video game controller and risk burn hazard. There is no injury but a full refund is being offered by Performance Designed Products LLC.

Furthermore, PDP recommends consumers who own the chargers to stop using it immediately. It is advised to contact PDP for refund and not to return the charger to the store.

Xbox Scorpio Preorder Page Shows Up Ahead of Launch

It seems that everything is set for Xbox Scorpio launch including a preorder page. Fans won't be able to place an order just yet and the price hasn't been revealed but Project Scorpio does offer advantages in gaming performance

The site already states the console's key features including 4K gaming capability, VR-ready, with 6 Teraflops processing power. It will also be compatible with all of the Xbox One titles, Express reported.

What's even more interesting is the page comes with 'Holiday 2017' release window. Xbox Scorpio is expected at E3 2017 and it is highly likely to meet its contenders such as the already-launched Nintendo Switch and PS4 Pro.

"ARK Survival Evolved" Xbox One Update

Meanwhile, gamers could be relieved as the title's update will not be a whopping 30 GB but 20 GB, according to the Studio Wildcard. The patch for Xbox will be ready this week including one for PS4 console.

"For Honor" Game New Patch Announced

Ubisoft announced today that the update for "For Honor" includes glitch fixed for Conqueror weapon. According to the studio, some players reported bugs and errors that affect their gaming experience. Ubisoft promised to monitor the update while other patches will come along at a later date.

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