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All the new games on Xbox All Access: July 2021

By Luke Hopewell July 22, 2021

Your destiny awaits you this month on Xbox All Access. Will you become a UFC champion; fly high above the clouds; run your own farm, or even your own island nation? It’s all on offer.

Here’s what’s coming to Game Pass for July:

Tropico 6 (Console, and PC) ID@Xbox – July 8

In Tropico 6, travel to a beautiful island state and make it your own. In this sixth entry in the series, build and manage a whole archipelago, decking it out with your choice of buildings, industry, and décor. Will you rule your people as a generous statesman or ruthless dictator? The choice is yours.

UFC 4 (Console) EA Play – July 8

Shape your legend with EA Play and Xbox Game Pass Ultimate – UFC 4 is coming soon to The Play List! Members can enter the Octagon on July 8 to create and customize their own character and start their journey from unknown amateur to UFC superstar.

Bloodroots (Console, and PC) ID@Xbox – July 15

Left for dead by a colourful group of bandits, you will chain killing sprees to exact revenge on the treacherous Mr. Black Wolf. Improvise your kills with utterly everything you can get your hands on from carrots to plasma guns.

Farming Simulator 19 (Console, and PC) – July 15

The ultimate farming simulation returns! Become a modern farmer and develop your farm on two huge American and European environments, filled with exciting new farming activities, crops to harvest and animals to tend to.

Atomicrops (Cloud, Console, and PC) ID@Xbox – July 22

Atomicrops is an action-packed, roguelite, bullet-hell game where you must defend and cultivate the last farm in a post-apocalyptic wasteland. Tend to mutated crops (be careful, some have teeth), marry townsfolk (ooh la la), collect cats (because who wouldn’t?!), and kill every mutant creature that tries to invade! This ain’t no ordinary farming simulator.

Raji: An Ancient Epic (Cloud, Console, and PC) ID@Xbox – July 22

Take on the role of Raji, a young girl blessed by the gods to defend the human realm from an onslaught of demonic beings that seek to destroy her world. Brother and sister, Raji and Golu, separated by the attacking demonic hordes, now find themselves in the middle of a great war. Raji has taken it upon herself to find her brother and put an end to this reckless conflict.

Last Stop (Cloud, Console, and PC) ID@Xbox – July 22

Developed by Variable State, creators of the award-winning Virginia, and available with Xbox Game Pass on day one, Last Stop is a single-player, third-person adventure set in present-day London, where you play as three separate characters whose worlds collide in the midst of a supernatural crisis.

Blinx: The Time Sweeper (Cloud and Console) – July 26

Coming to Xbox Game Pass to celebrate 20 Years of Xbox, Blinx: The Time Sweeper is a fast-paced action game featuring a cool, clever character in wild, warped worlds. The ability to control the flow of time provides a classic 4-dimensional gaming experience.

Crimson Skies: High Road to Revenge (Cloud and Console) – July 26

Celebrating 20 Years of Xbox, Crimson Skies: High Road to Revenge combines thrilling aerial combat with the swashbuckling style of a Hollywood action-adventure movie. Set in an alternate 1930s world of gunship diplomacy and sinister intrigue, pilot powerful aircraft against nefarious air pirates and behemoth war zeppelins.

Microsoft Flight Simulator (Xbox Series X|S) – July 27

From Xbox Game Studios, available with Xbox Game Pass on day one of its release for Xbox Series X|S! From light planes to wide-body jets, fly highly-detailed and accurate aircraft in the next generation of Microsoft Flight Simulator on Xbox Series X|S. Test your piloting skills against the challenges of real-time atmospheric simulation and live weather in a dynamic and living world. The sky is calling!

Lethal League Blaze (Cloud, Console, and PC) ID@Xbox – July 29

An intense, high speed ball game with unique characters, outta sight sounds, and none of that weak stuff. In Shine City, the anti-gravity ball game has long been illegal. The group who kept playing was dubbed the Lethal League. Even now, with their sport pushed underground, players and crews compete for challenge and respect.

Omno (Cloud, Console, and PC) ID@Xbox – July 29

Available with Xbox Game Pass on day one! A single-player journey of discovery through an ancient world of wonders, created by solo developer Jonas Manke. Full of puzzles, secrets, and obstacles to overcome, where the power of a lost civilization will carry you through forests, deserts, and tundra – even to the clouds.

What is Xbox All Access from Telstra?

With Xbox All Access, you can take up either an Xbox Series X or an Xbox Series S console and get access to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate starting from $33/month for the Xbox Series S when you stay connected for 24 months.

An Xbox Game Pass Ultimate membership includes all the benefits of Xbox Live Gold, plus over 100 high-quality console and PC games, and access to EA Play at no additional cost.

New games are added all the time, so there’s always something new to play. Plus, enjoy exclusive member deals and discounts, play together with friends on the most advanced multiplayer network and discover your next favourite game.

Get in on the action

If you don’t have Xbox All Access yet, now is a great time to join with the latest generation Xbox Series X and Series S consoles.

We currently have a good amount of stock of the Xbox Series S on Xbox All Access available both in-store and online. This console offers next-gen performance in the smallest Xbox ever, and is bundled with Xbox Game Pass for Telstra post-paid customers for $33/month*.

The Xbox Series S is an all-digital next-gen console designed to deliver faster load times, higher frame rates, and richer, more dynamic worlds in our smallest Xbox ever. Its superior speeds mean you’ll enjoy more gaming and less waiting. Experience next-gen gaming with no upfront cost, available in-store and online, the Xbox Series S is bundled with Xbox Game Pass for Telstra post-paid customers for $33/month*. With the Xbox Series S you can also play some of your favourite games from the previous generations of consoles including Xbox One, Xbox 360, and Original Xbox titles with backward compatibility and many of these games will look and play better than ever.

Head to our website to find out more about Xbox All Access from Telstra, and to sign–up.

Things you need to know about Xbox All Access

Available to Telstra consumer postpaid customers only. Prices vary by console. Stock is limited. Limit of one pre-order per customer account. If you cancel, your monthly subscription within the first 24 months you will need to pay out the remainder of your Xbox console as a one-off payment on your next bill. In order to receive your paid months of Games Pass, you must have activated your Games Pass before you cancel. You cannot activate Games Pass after you cancel. Any months of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, Live Gold, or Game Pass that you have paid for but not yet used will remain on your account after you cancel until they expire up to a maximum of 36 months, inclusive of the 24 months that is part of All Access. Roll onto monthly subscription on your Telstra bill at the standard market rate after 24 months. Your existing Xbox Live Gold and Game Pass membership(s) will convert to Ultimate at a conversion ratio, up to a max of 12 months (36 months inclusive of your All Access package). Learn more xbox.com/gamepass. To activate the Game Pass subscription that is part of Xbox All Access you will need to sign into your chosen Microsoft account on your new console. Learn more at xbox.com/digitaldirect. Game catalogue varies over time. Requires internet and suitable display. Not available in conjunction with other offers.

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How to enable FPS Boost on Xbox Series X and Series S

By Luke Hopewell July 15, 2021

Your Xbox Series X or S console is absolutely stacked with power. So much so that the console can make older games look even better with the addition of more frames. Here’s how to enable FPS Boost.

What is FPS Boost?

FPS Boost takes advantage of the raw power available on the next-generation consoles to almost double the original framerate on select titles. Higher framerates mean buttery-smooth gameplay!

Fallout 4 – shown in the video above – effectively has its framerate doubled from 30 frames per second to 60 frames per second thanks to FPS Boost.

In some instances, titles can even run up to 120 frames per second! Check the list below to see what’s compatible.

How to tell if FPS Boost is enabled

Some titles have not had FPS Boost automatically-enabled by default, as it requires a reduction in the game’s resolution in order to run smoothly.

You can turn on FPS Boost for these titles in the Manage Game>Compatibility Options section of any enhanced title. There you can also toggle Auto HDR to off or on.

To tell if you’re running either FPS Boost or Auto HDR in game, you can tap the Xbox Button on your controller to see the indicator in the upper-right hand corner of the Guide overlay.

How to enable FPS Boost on your Xbox Series X or Series S

Enabling FPS Boost is easy:

  • While in-game, tap the Xbox button on your controller;
  • Select the game you’re playing/want to enable FPS Boost for;
  • Scroll down and tap “Manage game and add-ons” menu;
  • In the Manage game screen, scroll down and open the “Compatibility options” menu;
  • Toggle FPS Boost and/or Auto HDR on and off;
  • Restart your game for the changes to take effect.

Check out the step-by-step process in action:

Which games support FPS Boost on Xbox Series X and Series S?

As of July 2021, there are 98 games currently enabled for FPS Boost on both Xbox Series X and Series S.

Here’s what you can play:

Title

Xbox Series X

Xbox Series S

Alien Isolation 60hz 60hz
Anthem 60hz Not Available
Assassin’s Creed III Remastered 60hz 60hz
Assassin’s Creed Rogue Remastered 60hz 60hz
Assassin’s Creed The Ezio Collection 60hz 60hz
Assassin’s Creed Unity 60hz 60hz
Battle Chasers: Nightwar 120hz 120hz
Battlefield 1 120hz Not Available
Battlefield 4 120hz 120hz
Battlefield Hardline 120hz 120hz
Battlefield V 120hz Not Available
Beholder Complete Edition 60hz 60hz
Dark Souls III 60hz 60hz
Dead Island Definitive Edition 60hz Not Available
Dead Island: Riptide Definitive Edition 60hz Not Available
Deus Ex Mankind Divided 60hz 60hz
DiRT 4 120hz Not Available
Dishonored – Definitive Edition 60hz 60hz
Dishonored: Death of the Outsider 60hz 60hz
Don’t Starve: Giant Edition 120hz 120hz
Dragon Age: Inquisition 60hz 60hz
Dungeon Defenders II 60hz 60hz
Dying Light 60hz Not Available
Fallout 4 60hz 60hz
Fallout 76 60hz 60hz
Far Cry 4 60hz 60hz
Far Cry 5 60hz 60hz
Far Cry New Dawn 60hz 60hz
Far Cry Primal 60hz 60hz
Gears of War 4 60hz 60hz
Golf with your Friends 120hz 120hz
Halo Wars 2 60hz 60hz
Halo: Spartan Assault 120hz 120hz
Hollow Knight: Voidheart Edition 120hz 120hz
Homefront: The Revolution 60hz 60hz
Hyperscape 120hz 120hz
Island Saver 120hz 120hz
LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham 60hz 60hz
LEGO Jurassic World 60hz 60hz
LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 60hz 60hz
LEGO Marvel Superheroes 120hz 60hz
LEGO Marvel’s Avengers 120hz 60hz
LEGO STAR WARS: The Force Awakens 60hz 60hz
LEGO The Hobbit 120hz 60hz
LEGO The Incredibles 60hz 60hz
LEGO Worlds 60hz Not Available
Life is Strange 60hz 60hz
Life is Strange 2 60hz Not Available
Lords of the Fallen 60hz 60hz
Mad Max 120hz 60hz
Metro 2033 Redux 120hz 120hz
Metro: Last Light Redux 120hz 120hz
Mirror’s Edge Catalyst 120hz Not Available
Monster Energy Supercross 3 60hz 60hz
MotoGP 20 Not Available 60hz
Moving Out 120hz 120hz
My Friend Pedro 120hz 120hz
My Time at Portia 60hz 60hz
New Super Lucky’s Tale 120hz 120hz
Overcooked! 2 120hz 120hz
Paladins 120hz 120hz
Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare 120hz 120hz
Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare 2 120hz 120hz
Plants vs. Zombies: Battle for Neighborville 120hz 120hz
Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid 120hz 120hz
Prey 60hz 60hz
Realm Royale 120hz 120hz
ReCore 60hz 60hz
Sea of Solitude 60hz 60hz
Shadow of the Tomb Raider Definitive Edition 60hz 60hz
Shadow Warrior 2 60hz Not Available
Sleeping Dogs Definitive Edition 60hz 60hz
SMITE 120hz 120hz
Sniper Elite 4 60hz 60hz
STAR WARS Battlefront 120hz 120hz
STAR WARS Battlefront II 120hz Not Available
Steep Not Available 60hz
Super Lucky’s Tale 120hz 120hz
SUPERHOT 120hz 120hz
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition 60hz 60hz
The Evil Within 2 (PsychoBreak 2 in Japan) 60hz 60hz
The Gardens Between 120hz 60hz
The LEGO Movie 2 Videogame 60hz 60hz
The LEGO Movie Videogame 120hz 120hz
Titanfall 120hz Not Available
Titanfall 2 120hz 120hz
Tom Clancy’s The Division 60hz 60hz
Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition 60hz 60hz
Totally Reliable Delivery Service 120hz 120hz
Two Point Hospital 60hz 60hz
UFC 4 60hz 60hz
Unravel 2 120hz 120hz
Unruly Heroes 120hz 120hz
Untitled Goose Game 120hz 120hz
Wasteland 3 60hz 60hz
Watch Dogs 2 60hz 60hz
Watch_Dogs 60hz 60hz
Yakuza 6: The Song of Life 60hz 60hz

To get in on the action, you can sign up for Xbox All Access with Telstra.

What is Xbox All Access from Telstra?

With Xbox All Access, you can take up either an Xbox Series X or an Xbox Series S console and get access to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate starting from $33/month for the Xbox Series S when you stay connected for 24 months.

An Xbox Game Pass Ultimate membership includes all the benefits of Xbox Live Gold, plus over 100 high-quality console and PC games, and access to EA Play at no additional cost.

New games are added all the time, so there’s always something new to play. Plus, enjoy exclusive member deals and discounts, play together with friends on the most advanced multiplayer network and discover your next favourite game.

Get in on the action

If you don’t have Xbox All Access yet, now is a great time to join with the latest generation Xbox Series X and Series S consoles.

We currently have a good amount of stock of the Xbox Series S on Xbox All Access available both in-store and online. This console offers next-gen performance in the smallest Xbox ever, and is bundled with Xbox Game Pass for Telstra post-paid customers for $33/month*.

The Xbox Series S is an all-digital next-gen console designed to deliver faster load times, higher frame rates, and richer, more dynamic worlds in our smallest Xbox ever. Its superior speeds mean you’ll enjoy more gaming and less waiting. Experience next-gen gaming with no upfront cost, available in-store and online, the Xbox Series S is bundled with Xbox Game Pass for Telstra post-paid customers for $33/month*. With the Xbox Series S you can also play some of your favourite games from the previous generations of consoles including Xbox One, Xbox 360, and Original Xbox titles with backward compatibility and many of these games will look and play better than ever.

Head to our website to find out more about Xbox All Access from Telstra, and to sign–up.

Things you need to know about Xbox All Access

Available to Telstra consumer postpaid customers only. Prices vary by console. Stock is limited. Limit of one pre-order per customer account. If you cancel, your monthly subscription within the first 24 months you will need to pay out the remainder of your Xbox console as a one-off payment on your next bill. In order to receive your paid months of Games Pass, you must have activated your Games Pass before you cancel. You cannot activate Games Pass after you cancel. Any months of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, Live Gold, or Game Pass that you have paid for but not yet used will remain on your account after you cancel until they expire up to a maximum of 36 months, inclusive of the 24 months that is part of All Access. Roll onto monthly subscription on your Telstra bill at the standard market rate after 24 months. Your existing Xbox Live Gold and Game Pass membership(s) will convert to Ultimate at a conversion ratio, up to a max of 12 months (36 months inclusive of your All Access package). Learn more xbox.com/gamepass. To activate the Game Pass subscription that is part of Xbox All Access you will need to sign into your chosen Microsoft account on your new console. Learn more at xbox.com/digitaldirect. Game catalogue varies over time. Requires internet and suitable display. Not available in conjunction with other offers.

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Show us your best Call of Duty plays to win a Telstra Game Optimiser gaming prize pack

By Luke Hopewell July 5, 2021

How does double XP in Call of Duty: Warzone sound? Pretty sweet, but how does a year of Telstra internet and Telstra Game Optimiser, PLUS a Call of Duty Loadout Drop Kit on top of it on us sound? Thanks to Telstra Game Optimiser, all of it could be yours.

When it comes to FPS games, players are always looking for three little letters that make a huge difference to gameplay: TTK. TTK, or time-to-kill means how quickly you can down an enemy.

But no matter what specced-up meta you’re rocking, TTK means nothing when you’re copping lag. That’s why we’ve got Game Optimiser: our new add-on that helps to give you the power to prioritise traffic to gaming devices in your home network. It helps maintain your low ping to reduce lag and improve your gaming experience.

Thanks to Game Optimiser and the recent release of Call of Duty: Warzone Season 4, we’re giving you our lag-busting service on us for a month, with double Warzone XP to sweeten the deal.

And to celebrate our Duo team-up, we’ve got a comp where one lucky Call of Duty player can win a year of Telstra nbn, 12-months of Game Optimiser and a Call of Duty: Warzone Loadout Drop Kit full of merch, including; a Call of Duty Warzone LED sign, sweatshirt, sweatpants, t-shirt, novelty stress toy rock, cap and flight bag. Promotion starts on 05 July 2021 at 12 midday AEST and ends on 15 July 2021 at 12 midday AEST.

What’s on offer

(Update: Thanks everyone for playing! We’ve got a heap of 1000 IQ plays we’ll be trying ourselves to master the Warzone. We will be contacting the winners and posting their names shortly.)

Game Optimiser subscription is on us for a month for everyone on an eligible Telstra Home Internet service to test out for themselves. After that, it’s $10 month-to-month subscription on top of your existing plan charges.

On top of that, you can share your 200 IQ plays with us and also Aussie gaming streamer, Muselk, to win a sweet grand prize.

One winner will have the opportunity to win 12 months of Telstra’s Premium month-to-month home internet plan plus 12 months subscription to Telstra’s Game Optimiser + Call of Duty Load Out Drop Kit (T&Cs apply) all you need to do is share your best Call of Duty plays, in writing, still or video content by:

  • posting a response to the Call of Duty / Telstra Game Optimiser promotional post on one of Telstra’s social channels (being Twitter) and tagging #UpMyGame in that response;
  • posting a response to the Call of Duty / Telstra Game Optimiser promotional post on Mulselk’s social channels (being Instagram and Twitter) tagging @MrMuselk, @Telstra and including the hashtag #UpMyGame; or
  • posting on your own Instagram or Twitter page, tagging Muselk (twitter) or @MrMuselk (Instagram), as well as @Telstra and including the hashtag #UpMyGame.

Multiple entries per person will be accepted, and entries are accepted at the time of receipt by us or posting.

Make sure you read the full terms and conditions that apply to this promotion, and get your entries in before 15 July.

To get started with Telstra Game Optimiser, check out how it works and get your first month on us.

Things you need to know

The Telstra Premium Home Internet plan includes Premium Evening Speed.

Speeds experienced may be lower due to factors like your in-home set-up and wiring, and will be confirmed post-connection for FTTC, FTTB and FTTN. Only available to HFC, FTTP and some FTTN/B/C customers.

100Mbps typical download speed not available to most FTTN customers.

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The best trailers from E3 2021

By Luke Hopewell June 17, 2021

It’s an exciting time to be a gamer. With consoles resembling supercomputers and narrative storytelling better than ever, we’ve got a lot to look forward to. Here are our picks for the best of E3, and when you can get your hands on them.

E3 is the world’s biggest gaming expo, but with COVID-19 still causing issues, it went virtual for the second year in a row. Despite not taking over Los Angeles in its typical style, E3 still gave us some incredible games we can get hyped about.

The best part? Many of our faves are landing this year! Here’s what we love.

Forza Horizon 5

Release date: November 9, 2021

The Forza Horizon series is the next best thing to going on a road-trip with your buds to some far-flung land.

This new Forza iteration lands us in Mexico and features dynamic weather conditions and a whole bunch of glorious rides to pine over.

Microsoft Flight Simulator for Xbox Series X | S

Release date: July 27, 2021

PC players have taken to the skies in the last few months with Microsoft Flight Simulator’s gorgeous 2020 remake. But the promise of support for Xbox Series S and Series X models has kept us guessing.

Now we finally have a release date, with the new consoles getting the coveted flight sim on July 27, 2021. Check out the glorious trips we can take in-game!

The Outer Worlds 2

Release date: TBA

Game trailers have been known to overpromise and, at times, under deliver. Newly-minted Microsoft cohort Bethesda is hard at work on The Outer Worlds 2, and wants to let you know that while it doesn’t have a lot to share right now, it will soon.

Until then, enjoy the jokes.

Among Us

Release Date: Coming Soon

Look, we know it’s not a new game. Even before it had a resurgence on TikTok and Twitch, Among Us wasn’t new.

The new news here is that it’s not only coming to Xbox Game Pass, but you’ll also have access to 15-player lobbies to celebrate the game’s third birthday! More sus than you can handle.

Halo Infinite

Release date: Holiday 2021

This is it. The big one. The franchise that made the Xbox something we all wanted: Halo.

Halo Infinite continues the story of Master Chief and his various adventures through time and space, but it’s the multiplayer that has us transfixed. That’s because – according to this reveal trailer – it’s free to play. That’s huge!

Get a load of all the new gear in this reveal trailer, and clear your Christmas 2021 schedule.

Battlefield 2042

Release date: October 22, 2021

If you really love blowing stuff up, you’re going to go nuts for Battlefield 2042.

It’s a throwback to what made games like Battlefield 3 & 4 truly excellent. Massive fights with huge player counts on gorgeous and dynamic maps, with more vehicles than you can throw a grenade at.

Best of all? We’ll be playing it this year! For a bit of extra trailer fun, check out the classic jet takedown in the announce trailer.

Jurassic World Evolution 2

Release date: Coming soon

Real-time strategy and management games are few and far between these days, but Jurassic World Evolution was a lot of fun. So much so, that it’s getting a sequel for 2021.

Check out a bunch of dinosaurs roaming about in this trailer narrated by Jeff Goldbum, reprising his role as Dr Ian Malcolm.

Marvel’s Avengers – Black Panther

Release date: August 2021

If you loved the original Marvel Avengers game for Xbox, you’ll really dig the new Black Panther expansion.

Best of all, it’s free if you own the base game! Who doesn’t love free?

Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy

Release date: October 26, 2021

Speaking of Marvel, how about parading around the galaxy as the Guardians of the Galaxy? You can in the new game that puts you in Star Lord’s rocket boots to fight once again for the fate of the universe.

No pressure.

Xbox Mini Fridge

Release date: Holiday 2021

What started as a meme now lives on in actual, real product form. It’s a mini-fridge in the same shape as the iconic Xbox Series X.

Honestly, that’s it. That’s all I can tell you. And it’s all I’d ever need to know to buy one. Just don’t go storing drinks in the wrong Xbox by mistake, yeah?

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Call of Duty: Warzone Season 3 Reloaded review: new updates mean new strategies

By Joshua Appadoo May 28, 2021

Call of Duty: Warzone has had quite a few updates recently, so I decided to jump back into the world of battle royale games and see what’s new!

If you haven’t been keeping up with the latest and greatest in gaming news, Warzone Season 3 changed up the map and the way we play with the introduction of Verdansk ‘84. Whisking the entire area back in time and giving us a killer 80’s aesthetic, there are new changes to how you play, where you play, what you play with, and who you play as!

As for the ‘how’ and ‘where’ you play the game, the recent Season 3 Reloaded changed my strategy for making a plan of attack or route through the map. One of the first things you’ll probably notice – is one of the newest additions to the Verdansk skyline, *the* Nakatomi Plaza.

Part of the big overhaul of Season 3 Reloaded is the 80’s Action Hero event, which adds the iconic setting of the first Die Hard film as a location you can pass through on your adventures.

But not only can you use it as a place to set up camp (if you play like me, that is), but five levels of the interior will be familiar to fans, so get ready to re-enact your favourite scenes from the movies!

In addition to this behemoth of a building, throughout Verdansk you’ll notice a bunch of new survivalist-style camps that come as part of the Rambo side of the Season 3 Reloaded update.

Chock full of new and valuable loot that’ll help you along your way, they’re also filled with new dog tags which will eventually be worth a reward, so it’s definitely worth your time to find them while you can. The last action hero-themed location that I came across (as it’s very easy to miss) is the CIA outpost, which can be found in one of the air hangars – itself themed after Rambo: First Blood Part II.

Now for the even more exciting ‘what’ and ‘who’! For ‘what’, we have a brand-new Combat Bow – added as a new kill streak reward – that you can find during your travels and exploration of the new survival camps throughout Verdansk.

Each of these survival camps will have chests and/or supply crates with a pretty high drop rate of this bow, but you might need to try your luck at a few camps before you find it. Thankfully, this bow only requires a three-kill kill streak. So it should be worth the effort – it comes equipped with explosive arrows dealing ridiculous damage to your enemies.

The ‘who’ of this update might be pretty obvious if you’ve either been following the news – or at least following this article! Costing 2400CP (CoD Points) each, both John McClane, the Christmas-Holiday-hostage-rescuing legend from Die Hard, and the behemoth of a man and action star, John Rambo, are available as new operators – letting you unleash the inner action star you’ve always wanted to!

However you play, make sure to get into Warzone while these heroes are available to play – who knows when they’ll come back, so get involved while you can!