The Discovery Tour by Assassin’s Creed
Ubisoft’s Discovery Tour by Assassin’s Creed: Ancient Egypt lets anyone explore the entire interactive 3D recreation of Ancient Egypt in Assassin’s Creed Origins, free of conflict, time pressure or gameplay constraints. The Discovery Tour by Assassin’s Creed: Ancient Egypt releases on February 20th, 2018 on PS4, Xbox and PC, at no cost for all owners of the Assassin’s Creed Origins game, and it will also be available independently from the game on PC via the Uplay and Steam platforms for £15.99.
From Alexandria to Memphis, the Nile Delta to the Sand Sea, the
Giza plateau to the Faiyum Oasis, the Discovery Tour by Assassin’s Creed: Ancient Egypt lets visitors either explore the rich world of Ancient Egypt at their will or follow the 75 themed tours devised by Ubisoft’s creative teams in collaboration with History experts and Egyptologists.
Toshiba dynaEdge DE-100
The Toshiba dynaEdge DE-100 is a mobile edge computing device which offers the power of a PC through its 6th Generation Intel Core vPro processor. Running on Windows 10, the solution can be integrated into the existing IT infrastructure, while simultaneously benefitting from the support and security delivered through Microsoft updates to the platform. A rechargeable battery provides life of up to 6.5 hours.
Combined with the AR100 Viewer, workers can benefit from hands-free connectivity, with the device boasting Wi-Fi and Bluetooth – enabling the smart glasses to connect to the corporate network, send and receive data, stream live video and track assets.
Call of Duty: United Front DLC pack
The Allies have been battered and bruised, but in United Front, the third DLC Pack for Call of Duty: WWII, they begin the dramatic push towards Berlin!
Available on PlayStation, United Front includes three new Multiplayer maps: Market Garden, Monte Cassino, and Stalingrad. United Front also features a new War Mode mission: Operation Supercharge, as well as a fresh Nazi Zombies experience, where four new heroes are sent across three distinct locations to transport and defend the final pieces of Emperor Barbarossa’s sword.