PUBG's 4.7GB patch fixes some visual issues on Xbox One
Before, Australians and New Zealanders were forced to play on North American, European and Asian servers only. Today, the developers revealed they are partnering with Seoul-based game technology company Minkonet to add 3D Replay and Killcam features to PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds when it officially launches on December 20.
Bitcoin Futures Launch on Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME)
Spot bitcoin eased 1.9 per cent on the Bitstamp exchange to US$18,650, after surging to a record high of US$19,666 on Sunday. The CME bitcoin front-month futures contract did open higher at $20,650, but dropped 6 per cent within the first half hour.
Facebook Transparency Report reveals government requests for data still increasing
The number of pieces of content restricted on Facebook during the first half of the year 2017 is around 177. The report shows various requests from different governments around the world.
On Reddit, players discovered that disabling the Xbox One built-in game capture and streaming features does improve the frame-rate. There's no official word yet if a PS4 version is on the way. The game has been released and will be available for Xbox One console from next month so all the users of this console are very excited to test out this game to bring the best of action packed environment nearby. As ever, we'll keep you updated on that score. Upon starting PUBG for Xbox One, players will now be prompted for 4.71 GB mandatory update. So we would definitely get to see this game for the PS4 console, but again there is no any confirmation on this as of now. These were areas Digital Foundry noticed PUBG struggling on Xbox One - and X. For the full list of rules and ways to enter, you can find the link here. Commenting on the meeting, he said, "We are seeing feedback and will continue to update".
Price of gas falls in MA to $2.46 per gallon
Gas prices are still higher than previous year after the Harvey-related refinery shutdowns sent them spiking across Texas. In Miami-Dade, sub-$2.30 gas was most plentiful in Miami Gardens along State Road 7 and Northwest 27th Avenue.