Another big week for Killer Instinct with the release of the latest character, Hisako! Sacrificing herself to save her town over 450 years ago, her spirit has been awaken and she now walks the Earth seeking vengeance on those who disturbed her rest. Not someone you really want to mess with.
Now available for all Minecraft console editions for $0.99 USD, the “Pattern Texture Pack” allows players to decorate their Minecraft worlds with bright colors, beautiful patterns and knitted animals.
The pack also provides a pattern-themed UI and stylized texture set that can be applied to new or previously created Minecraft worlds.
Be sure to tune into the Minecraft Community livestream on http://twitch.tv/microsoftstudios on Friday March 27th at 2:30 pm Pacific to see the pack in action.
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Hey, Ori fans! Today, we have some cool stuff to share with you. If you have been following our blog, you know that we hosted an Ori employee event on the Microsoft campus last week. As part of this event, we had a live stream, demo stations, and some freebies. One of those free items can be yours now.
This week, we’ve got a look at the Mazda MX-5 Car Pack, which dropped last Tuesday, an update on the Forza Invitational, which debuts this Wednesday, and the upcoming launch of Forza Horizon 2 Presents Fast & Furious, coming this Friday. And that’s not all! Buckle in people, and let’s hit this harder than Dominic Toretto hits the quarter mile!
Mazda MX-5 Car Pack
Free cars, am I right? Last week, we launched the free Mazda MX-5 Car Pack for Forza Horizon 2 on Xbox One, a four-pack of automotive awesomeness covering more than 20 years of Mazda sports car heritage. From the concept-only Mazda Super20 to the brand new 2016 Mazda MX-5, this pack is a treat for anyone who like small, zippy rides or, for older folks who remember being insanely jealous when their friends’ rich parents were snapping up 1990 Miata models for their spoiled kids! No, I’m not at all bitter. After all, like everyone else playing Forza Horizon 2, now I can hop in the new Miata of my choice and take a blast around southern Europe any time I want. Long live the roadster, indeed!