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  • Nintendo Switch Pro with 4K support might be released in 2020 at ~RM1636

    Nintendo Switch Pro with 4K support might be released in 2020 at ~RM1636

    Based on a statement by a Nintendo analyst, it seems that Nintendo plans on releasing the Nintendo Switch Pro this year and it was rumoured to come with 4k support. In terms of the expected pricing, the aforementioned Switch variant is expected to be priced somewhere around USD399(~RM1636).

  • TechNave Gaming - Minecraft Dungeons available April 2020 based on trailer

    TechNave Gaming - Minecraft Dungeons available April 2020 based on trailer

    Remember when Mojang unveiled their new upcoming game called the Minecraft: Dungeons, during MineCon 2018 last year? Well, it seems that Mojang has released an official trailer for their upcoming game. Based on the trailer, Minecraft: Dungeons is due to be released somewhere around April 2020 next year.

  • Here is a list of controllers that are supported by Google Stadia

    Here is a list of controllers that are supported by Google Stadia

    With the Google Stadia going live on 19 November 2019, Google recently conducted an AMA(Ask Me Anything) session on Reddit where they answered various questions from the public. To the uninitiated, Google Stadia is an on-demand game streaming service that allows users to stream and play games online without the need to own a high-end gaming computer. 

  • TechNave Gaming - GTA 6 could be released around Summer 2020

    TechNave Gaming - GTA 6 could be released around Summer 2020

    Based on a statement by bgr.com, it seems that a hip hop group called City Morgue recently released an update on their Instastory claiming that Grand Theft Auto 6 will be released somewhere around Summer of 2020. Furthermore, it seems that the game will most likely be released around the time Sony’s Playstation 5 or Microsoft’s new Xbox Project Scarlett will be available for consumers to purchase.

  • It is now possible to stream Xbox One games from Android phones!

    It is now possible to stream Xbox One games from Android phones!

    Starting today, it is possible for players to stream Xbox One console games on their Android devices. All Xbox One testers including Xbox insiders in the Alpha and Alpha Skip-Ahead programs in the UK and US are able to do so.

  • TechNave Gaming - Final Fantasy VIII will be remastered for PS4, Switch, Xbox One and PC

    TechNave Gaming - Final Fantasy VIII will be remastered for PS4, Switch, Xbox One and PC

    Square Enix’s Final Fantasy Twitter account has recently tweeted that Final Fantasy VIII will be remastered and released onto several platforms such as the PS4Nintendo SwitchXbox One as well as PC via Steam. The remastered version of the game will feature enhanced graphics, effects, and HD Textures. 

  • TechNave Gaming - PUBG will support cross-play for PS4 and Xbox One this October

    TechNave Gaming - PUBG will support cross-play for PS4 and Xbox One this October

    The argument of which console player is better in PUBG may just be answered in early October. PUBG will be supporting cross-play on the Playstation 4 and Xbox One. So players from both Xbox One and PS4 will be able to match against each other in the 100 player lobby battle royale game.

  • TechNave Gaming Newsbytes - Virtus Pro bags champion title in KL Major, G.SKILL launches the most extra RAM stick and more

    TechNave Gaming Newsbytes - Virtus Pro bags champion title in KL Major, G.SKILL launches the most extra RAM stick and more

    Hey gamers! Last weekend was pretty intense with the KL Major rocking the Dota2 scene in our country. As someone who has seen many tournaments in her life, its safe to say that the KL Major is definitely one of the best tournaments I’ve seen in Malaysia thus far.

  • Xbox and PC Games Coming to Android and iOS

    Xbox and PC Games Coming to Android and iOS

    Smartphone game maker Klab, Inc has made a deal with Microsoft that may soon allow us to play Xbox and Windows PC games (under the Microsoft banner) to be ported over to iOS and Android devices. According to rumours, these games may soon be available for iOS and Android later in 2013. So far the first game scheduled to come from this deal is rumoured to be "Age of Empires" and it is expected to be free to play (or perhaps just the first few levels).

    While Windows Phone does have access to Xbox games in general, the selection of titles for the Windows Phone platform is relatviely limited. If this deal does go through well, and there are a whole bunch of things which can go wrong (too difficult to port over, bad port, too much like an emulator etc.) then we can expect even more games from other platforms or brands perhaps making their way to iOS and Android devices in the not so far future. Stay tuned, we'll keep you posted.

  • Microsoft Take Back Xbox One Restrictions

    Microsoft Take Back Xbox One Restrictions

    When Microsoft first announced their latest next-gen console the Xbox One, it came with a whole bunch of restrictions including having to be always online and you couldn't lend games to more than one person. Even then, lending was one big hassle just for that one friend. Xbox fans can now rejoice though as Microsoft are taking back those policies. Check out the quote below:

    "An internet connection will not be required to play offline Xbox One games – After a one-time system set-up with a new Xbox One, you can play any disc based game without ever connecting online again. There is no 24 hour connection requirement and you can take your Xbox One anywhere you want and play your games, just like on Xbox 360.