Bezos agrees to testify, Star Wars: Squadrons announced
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Amazon CEO and founder Jeff Bezos has agreed to testify before a US House of Representatives committee reviewing antitrust issues in the tech industry.
He had resisted calls to testify, which caused the committee to threaten to subpoena Bezos, if necessary.
Amazon's lawyers have said that the company has produced over 225,000 pages of documents requested as part of the investigation.
One of the more immediately useful features of Microsoft's Xbox series x launch this holiday season, the company's new smart delivery system The promise is that with this new feature, gamers who buy a new Xbox One game won't have to separately purchase a Series X version they plan on upgrading to the next gen system later this year.
In a new blog post, Microsoft on Monday shared a few more details about the forthcoming feature Including the ability to carry game saves as well as listing a few new titles set to take advantage of the technology.
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And finally, EA revealed Star Wars squadrons in a trailer on Monday.
It'll land on ps4, Xbox One and PC on October 2. Be able to play in New Republic and imperial star fighters in a single player campaign and in multiplayer as well.
It will also support cross play, so you'll be able to play with friends no matter what platform you get the game on.
EA also said.
You can also play through the entire game in VR on ps4 and PC.
But the company didn't specify which headsets for PC would be supported.
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