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Devil May Cry 5 Special Edition is a PS5 launch title

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Devil May Cry 5 Special Edition, an upgraded port of the most recent entry in Capcom’s long-running hack-and-slash action franchise, is on its way to PlayStation 5, the publisher announced Wednesday with a trailer during Sony’s PlayStation 5 Showcase.

Vergil, Dante’s brother, will be a playable character in the Special Edition. Owners of the PlayStation 4 version of Devil May Cry 5 will be able to obtain Vergil as a paid add-on.

Other additions for this re-release include Turbo Mode — the ability to play at 1.2x speed — and Legendary Dark Knight difficulty. And there’s a key visual enhancement, too: real-time ray tracing, Capcom said in a PlayStation Blog post. Players will have the option of playing with ray tracing enabled, with a target of 4K resolution at a frame rate of 30 frames per second, or disabled, which will run at 1080p at 60 fps. In addition, a High Framerate Mode will allow players to target a frame rate of 120 fps.

The Special Edition will also take advantage of the PS5’s DualSense controller and its 3D audio features. “Just wait until you get into a situation where you’re surrounded by a bunch of Hellbats — you’ll be able to pinpoint specifically where they all are in relation to the camera based on their cries,” said Capcom.

Devil May Cry 5: Special Edition will be “available digitally at launch” on PS5 for $39.99. It’s unclear if the Special Edition will also be released on other platforms. Devil May Cry 5 debuted in March 2019 on PlayStation 4, Windows PC, and Xbox One.

Capcom is working on a number of other next-generation games. Resident Evil Village and Pragmata are both in development on PC, PS5, and Xbox Series X; the former is scheduled to be released in 2021, while the latter is coming in 2022.

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Jabra will add ANC to its Elite 75t earbuds in October

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Jabra will add ANC to its Elite 75t earbuds in October

Jabra’s Elite 75t may be the best true wireless earbuds you can buy right now, but they don’t have active noise cancellation (ANC). The buds do offer a host of attractive features — from a comfy fit to ambient sound and customizable audio and controls — but they’re lacking what has become standard on many new models. Today, the company is addressing the omission alongside its announcement of the new Elite 85t that comes with Advanced ANC. In October, Jabra will release an update for the Elite 75t and Elite Active 75t that adds ANC to those earbuds. The company says it’s the first to add ANC to an existing true wireless product line.

First, Jabra explains the ANC coming to the Elite 75t is nowhere near as good as what will be available on the Elite 85t. The company is calling this version “standard ANC” as opposed to the Advanced ANC on the Elite 85t. While the 75t is equipped for noise cancellation thanks to its microphones for HearThrough or its ambient sound mode, the older model doesn’t have a dedicated ANC chip. Because of this, Jabra must rely on the processing power available from the existing Qualcomm audio components. The Elite 75t will apply noise cancellation to music and media playback, but you won’t be able to adjust it. It’s either on or off — there’s nothing in between.

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Bose announces Sleepbuds II with improved design and (hopefully) no more battery issues

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When Bose announced almost a year ago that it was discontinuing the Sleepbuds due to battery problems, I got several emails from disappointed readers who came to appreciate how well the earbuds had helped them get peaceful, uninterrupted sleep. Unlike regular earbuds, the Sleepbuds didn’t play your own music; they were designed to sit comfortably in your ears overnight and progress through a library of specially composed tracks that masked the kind of noises that can disrupt bedtime.

Now, Bose is ready to try again — and the company seems confident that it got things right this time. The Sleepbuds II are coming on October 6th for $249.95. Preorders begin today. They’ve got an ultra-lightweight design, new proprietary ear tips for a snug all-night fit, and an expanded list of 35 tracks meant to “cover and replace” noise from neighbors, street traffic, dogs, and other late-night nuisances you might be dealing with.

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Like the first time around, $250 feels rather expensive for a product this niche, but Bose says it has put a painstaking amount of research and engineering into the Sleepbuds II.

“Bose Sleepbuds II use advancements in our proprietary noise masking technology because covering sound — not canceling it — is better for sleeping,” Steve Romine, head of Bose’s health division, said in today’s press release. Bose says it has conducted a study to help back up claims that the Sleepbuds II genuinely lead to better sleep for most people who try them.

The updated Bose Sleep app has 14 tracks meant for noise-masking that mirror the frequencies of evening disruptions like footsteps, snoring partners, and idling engines outside your bedroom window. But there are also 15 “Naturescapes” that have been composed to help calm your mind and lower stress levels before bed.

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Each Sleepbuds II earbud is a quarter-inch deep so that side-sleepers can comfortably wear them with their head against a pillow. There’s now an “anti-friction” coating that Bose says will prevent squeaking if the enclosure happens to rub against fabric. And the Sleepbuds II use a new antenna for an improved, more stable connection with your phone.

The battery was the downfall for the first-generation Sleepbuds, and Bose says it’s using a new NiMH battery that’s good for 10 hours of playback. (The aluminum charging case is good for an additional 30 hours.) You can store up to 10 tracks from the Sleep App directly on the earbuds, and they’re rated IPX4 for water and sweat resistance.

It’s been a busy September for Bose: the company has already announced the QuietComfort Earbuds, Sport Earbuds, and three new pairs of Frames audio sunglasses.

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The next generation of Xbox is arriving in time for the 2020 holiday season. Microsoft is releasing two models: the flagship, more powerful Xbox Series X and a smaller, cheaper Xbox Series S.

Microsoft has revealed plenty of details about its new consoles, including the design, specs, and pricing. According to the company, the Xbox Series X is more than twice as powerful as the Xbox One X, with up to 8K resolution, 120 fps frame rates, and real-time ray tracing. The Xbox Series S is a less powerful model without a disc drive, which Microsoft says is the smallest Xbox ever.

Pre-orders for the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S will be available starting at 8 a.m. PDT on Sept. 22. Below, we break down everything we know about how, when, and where to buy a new Xbox, and we’ll update this story if and when we get more information.

Xbox Series X

Prices taken at time of publishing.

Microsoft’s next-generation console will be released on Nov. 10. Payment plans are also available through the Xbox All Access program.

When will Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S be released?

At The Game Awards 2019, Microsoft announced the Xbox Series X and gave a “holiday 2020” timeframe. On Sept. 9, the company confirmed that its new consoles will be released on Nov. 10, with pre-orders starting Sept. 22.

Where can I pre-order Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S?

Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S will be available at most major retailers, listed below. We’ll update this post periodically as consoles are restocked throughout the pre-order window.

Xbox Series S

Prices taken at time of publishing.

Microsoft is releasing the Xbox Series S alongside the Xbox Series X. The smaller, lighter console doesn’t include a disc drive, and costs $200 less.

How much does Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S cost?

Microsoft confirmed that the Xbox Series X will cost $499.99 and the Xbox Series S will cost $299.99. Payment plans are available through Microsoft’s Xbox All Access program.

What’s Xbox All Access?

Microsoft offers a two-year, interest-free payment plan called Xbox All Access. Xbox All Access plans include the console of your choice and two years of Xbox Game Pass, Microsoft’s combined games subscription and online service. Under an Xbox All Access payment plan, Xbox Series X costs $34.99 per month for 24 months and the Xbox Series S costs $24.99 per month for 24 months.


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