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By 11 November 2021
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As 2021 starts drawing to a close and everywhere starts playing those Christmas songs on a never-ending loop, why not avoid the festive stress and stay inside tucked up with a copy of PC Gamer’s latest magazine instead?
This month’s issue is chock-full of Riot Games goodness. We’ve got a whopping 16 pages encompassing the Runeterra universe: features for the likes of League of Legends and Valorant, and a peek into what makes the studio’s music so darn catchy. We’ve also got a behind-the-scenes look at how Riot created its ground-breaking Netflix show, Arcane. With world-exclusive interviews from Riot’s leadership to Arcane’s creators, you don’t want to be missing out.
Wonder what nearly 300 hours of New World looks like? This month has a massive review of Amazon’s new MMO, from when you first wash up on the shores of Aeternum all the way to the current endgame. We’ve also got a Total War: Warhammer 3 preview for you to peep, along with martial arts brawler Clash: Artifacts of Chaos.
The hardware team has been working hard too, poking and prodding around Windows 11 to see if it’s really worth making the upgrade yet. They’ve also been busy looking at loads of different gaming headsets to find out which are the best for your long gaming sessions, no matter your budget.
As an early festive gift, you can grab a free digital PC hardware handbook. It’s got all the essential info you could ever need on building and upgrading your rig, with different setups for different budgets. There’s sure to be something handy in there whether you’re a PC gaming newbie or hardened veteran.
Issue 364 is out right now on store shelves and on your digital devices from the App Store and Zinio. You can also order directly from Magazines Direct or nab a subscription so you can save yourself a few quid. Issues get delivered straight to your door and come with a lovely subscriber-exclusive cover.
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How to unlink Spotify from PS4 or PS5 – Android Authority
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Here are a few fast, easy ways to link and unlink Spotify from PS4 or PS5.
While it’s fun to listen to personalized playlists when gaming, a Spotify Premium account can only play on a maximum of three devices, which adds up fast. Additionally, if multiple people listen to music from the same account on different devices, they may experience audio interruptions. Therefore, you may need to shuffle around your linked devices and unlink your PlayStation console from time to time, especially if you’ve upgraded to a new gaming console.
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From your PlayStation console, open the Spotify app and select the settings icon from the left side of the screen. Then, from the Account settings, select Log out. Presto! You’ve now unlinked your Spotify account from the PlayStation Network. More details below.
With or without a PlayStation console?
First, open the Spotify app on your PlayStation console.
Select the Settings icon from the left side of the screen. This will bring you to a new page.
From there, select Log out to unlink your Spotify account from the PlayStation Network.
That’s it! Easy-peasy, right?
To link your Spotify Account with a PS4 or PS5 again, log back into the Spotify app via your PlayStation console.
If you no longer have access to your PS4 or PS5 console, you can still unlink your Spotify account via a web browser.
First, go to the PlayStation website and log in with your PSN username and password. From there, click Services in the top left corner of the website and select entertainment for PS4 or PS5.
From there, scroll down until you find PlayStation Music. Alternatively, you can search for PlayStation Music via the search icon in the top right corner.
Click on Link my accounts. This will take you to a new page.
From here, you’ll be able to link and unlink your Spotify account from your PlayStation Network account.
Click Unlink beside your listed Spotify account, and voila, the accounts are no longer linked.
Read more: Fifteen tips to get more out of your Spotify account
Can I unlink a banned PS4 account from Spotify?
Yes. You can unlink your PSN account, banned or not, from a Spotify account via a web browser. You can do so by following the steps listed above. If you experience any problems, we recommend contacting Sony Customer Support.
Can I listen to Spotify while playing games on PS4 or PS5?
Yes, you can listen to music while playing compatible PS5 and PS4 games. However, this feature is not available on PS3.
Which countries support Spotify on PlayStation?
Visit the PlayStation Spotify region page for a complete list of countries that support the Spotify service on PlayStation. Note that available artists and tracks may vary according to location.
When did Sony partner with Spotify to create PlayStation Music?
Sony teamed up with Spotify to create PlayStation Music in February 2015, which replaced their previous Music Unlimited service.
Xbox Social Media Manager Explores Zeta Halo Using PS5 Controller – Pure Xbox
Artists Show Off Slick Concept for Xbox Series X Elite Console – GameRant
The Xbox Series X will inevitably receive an updated model, and one creator shows off their design of what it may just look like.
The Xbox Series X is the current flagship console for Microsoft, and one of the most powerful consoles ever made. Like previous generations, the Xbox Series X is bound to receive a sleeker new model, perhaps even with upgraded specs, and one content creator has shared what they think it may look like.
When Microsoft revealed the Xbox Series X in 2019, its design was attention grabbing, and some might say for the wrong reasons. There is nothing outwardly strange or offensive about the design, but its size, shape, and color immediately saw comparisons between the Xbox Series X and refrigerators. Micosoft saw this as a great marketing opportunity, however, releasing an offical Xbox Series X mini-fridge that has quickly sold out practically everywhere. With the last generation of consoles, Microsoft released the Xbox One S and Xbox One X towards the end of the Xbox One's lifecycle.
A YouTuber by the name of Concept Creator has designed a mock-up of what the next Xbox Series X console variant may look like. Originally covered by Ilse Jurrien of LetsGoDigital, graphic designer Jermaine Smit of Concept Creator trims away the fat of the original Xbox Series X design, making it much more slender, sleeker, and recognizable, thanks to some key implementations. Size-wise, the Xbox Series X Elite, as Jurrien is calling it, evokes the jump from the Xbox One to the Xbox One X but to a much higher degree, with the Elite nearly shrinking the original Series X in half. The most eye-catching change of the Elite is the sharp, raised cross-piece that cuts across the top and front of the console, with LEDs that glow Xbox green on both sides.
Despite the additions, many of the key Xbox Series X design features are retained in the Elite's mock-up. On the left side of the console is the disc-tray, power button, and four USB ports that appear smoothly chiseled out of the console's body. Likewise, the signature venting that appears on the top of the original Xbox Series X returns on the right portions of the Elite, providing a nice blend of textures that dissuade easy comparisons to DVR boxes. Concept Creator's Xbox Series X Elite design also has a white variant, channeling the design of the Xbox Series S, the original console's little sister.
As it stands, not much (if anything) is known about the next iteration of the Xbox Series X. Microsoft's next family of consoles have been out for over a year, and while the Xbox Series S sold very well during Black Friday this year, still not everyone who desires one of these systems has been able to get one yet. With that in mind, while it is fun to think about the future of these systems and what they may look like, Microsoft's priority should still be in making its current lineup more available. Unless the Xbox Series X Elite magically doesn't require microchips, it will likely fall into the same issues as the current console lineup.
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