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If you head over to Xbox.com right now you can currently get the Season Pass for Titanfall for free, on both the Xbox 360 and Xbox One. The Season pass is now also free on Origin for PC gamers too.

The Titanfall season pass grants you access to three DLC's for Titanfall which include:

Titanfall Expedition - Expedition - The first DLC pack for Titanfall featuring three all new maps: Swampland, Runoff and Wargames.

Titanfall Frontier's Edge - The second DLC map pack for Titanfall featuring three all new maps: Dig Site, Export and Haven.

Titanfall IMC Rising - The third DLC map pack for Titanfall featuring three all new maps: Backwater, Zone 18 and Sandtrap.

Get the Titanfall Season Pass on Xbox One

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Here at Digiex we always try to cover the alternate side of owning a console, by alternate side we mean things the mainstream websites like Kotaku would never cover, such as hacking your console to run homebrew applications and emulators, or even other cool things that were never intended to be done with the console by the manufacturer.

The Nintendo 3DS and all its variants (3DS, 3DS XL, 2DS and the New 3DS) have all been hacked wide open recently, allowing homebrew and emulators to be run on any 3DS with 9.2 or lower firmware installed it on.

We currently have a new Nintendo 3DS tutorial section covering both the Ninjhax Exploit and the new Web Browser exploit released by Gateway, which esentially allows you full control over a 3DS.

In addition we now have a download category for Nintendo 3DS Downloads which includes Apps, Game Updates, Demos, Emulators and other useful content.

If you have a 3DS we would encourage you to join in with the up and coming 3DS scene, we intend to provide detailed tutorials where we can.
A group calling itself H4LT has leaked the full version of Microsoft's official Xbox One SDK (software development kit) from November 2014.

The leak of the SDK doesn't mean that everyone can start launching games and apps on Xbox One, developers must still register and be approved by Microsoft before doing so. But with the SDK in the hands of the public, there's the possibility that developers could create homebrew apps and modifications for the console further down the line once a hack or exploit is discovered for the Xbox One.
Just quick post to wish all our members old and new a Merry Christmas! We hope you all enjoy a well-earned rest, do let us know if you got anything nice in the comments!
If you are reading back this far and wonder where all the news from 2010 to 2014 is, we unfortunately had no way to import the news we posted on the old vBulletin CMS to XenForo, however as most of our news was essentially bringing certain forum topics to peoples attention we don't feel we really lost anything of value, as all forum topics have been imported and redirect from their old links perfectly. Older news from the vBulletin 3 days (2007 to August 2010) is still in the general forums, as we used a portal for the news back then which posted it in the forum, essentially like we're doing now on XenForo.

As you might have noticed I have copied and pasted all the news articles we had from 2014 to present, so we have almost three years worth of front page content regardless.

Thank you for sticking with us during this upgrade.