Xbox: The Official Magazine September 2017 Issue 154

Xbox: The Official Magazine September 2017 Issue 154
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Published 28th July 2017

Get your hidden blades ready, readers, because this month we got our hands on Assassin’s Creed Origins and chatted to the team behind the new Egyptian adventure in a sprawling feature packed with new info and exclusive new screenshots. We weren’t prepared for just how much had changed from previous AC titles, but the results might just be spectacular (and really, really stabby).

But if you thought that was all OXM had to offer this month then you must have been chugging too much grog, because we’ve also sailed our way over to Rare’s UK studio and chatted to Joe Neate, executive producer on Sea of Thieves, about everything from eyepatches to wooden legs. Do you want a glimpse behind the scenes at Rare’s legendary studios? Well then, you’ll want the latest issue…

Forza Motorsport 7 leads the Previews section this month in all of it’s 4K, HDR glory, as we speak to the team at Turn 10 who are making it look reeeeeeal pretty. We’ve also chatted to the mind behind The Artful Escape, a brilliantly bonkers platformer that features a wannabe rockstar riffing his way through levels filled with lasers and giant glowing crabs. Yes, it sounds totally mad (it is), but it’s also totally brilliant.

Our Extra section closes the mag, of course, and this month we’ve shown you how to prepare your mind, body, and most importantly wallet for the 4K majesty of Xbox One X. We also revisit Wolfenstein: The New Order and Metro: Last Light ahead of the next entries in each series – how well do they play today? If you’re wanting to get into the summer spirit, then we’ve got you covered, too. Perhaps you might want a short break in Liberty City in our GTA IV Retrospective? No? Something more relaxing? Okay, how about our list of the best beaches on Xbox? Ahh, that’s better. Grab a cocktail, slap on some sun cream and relax…