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Hoping to try out PlayStation Now

Watch The Nut Job Online The thing is, we won't know for sure until March. If the Xbox One's OS update does drop in March and we do get that sexy Titanfall livery for the console, it would basically verify that all the leaks are true. Then again, this is all up in the air. What if Microsoft decides to scrap the Titanfall livery to spare themselves any additional production costs? What if they delay the OS update (and they absolutely better not delay it) just to throw people off?

Watch Jack Ryan Shadow Recruit Online Anyway, the reality is that many big name tech sites have allegedly confirmed with multiple, senior sources at Microsoft that the rumors are true. That's not to mention that the leaked photo of the Titanfall console does seem to help add some weight to the situation. In addition to this, the fact that Microsoft is seeking legal action against the NeoGaf leaker adds tons of veracity to the leaks as well.

Watch One Direction This is Us Online Only Greenberg mustered up the courage to respond to the query and lay to rest any qualms created from the flurry of news generated around a massive leak regarding the Xbox One's technical, software and hardware roadmap for 2014 and 2015.

Watch Shadow Recruit Online It should come as no surprise that there has been a lot of hoopla over a series of internal leaks from the Redmond offices regarding Xbox One content. That highly anticipated OS patch has been rumored to launch in March. Halo 5 is supposedly delayed to fall of 2015 with Halo 2 Anniversary Edition stepping in to cover the spot for a big holiday exclusive. And most importantly, a disc-less Xbox One at $399 was supposed to be inbound later this year to directly compete in price-point with the PS4. Old faithful denies the rumors.

Watch August Osage County Online If you're hoping to try out PlayStation Now before it's released to the public, you can sign up at Sony sends out invitations to the Now test via email. The rumors floating around about a castrated version of the Xbox One – and supposedly corroborated by multiple sources at Microsoft from Kotaku, CNET and VG 24/7 – are apparently false... according to chief of staff for devices and studios at Microsoft, Aaron Greenberg.

The question was posed by a user on Twitter and was directed to the fearsome four: Albert Penello (A.K.A., Sgt. Damage Control), Phil Spencer (A.K.A., The Man With The Mouthpiece), Aaron Greenberg (A.K.A., Old Faithful) and Larry “Major Nelson” Hryb (A.K.A., The Flip Switcher).
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