Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker Art Book Reveals Axed Storylines, BB-8 Tank and More

The Art of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker was released on March 31, and the book has details on a few rejected storylines and characters that didn’t make it into the film.

Polygon says Finn was going to have a long-lost brother, Finn and Poe were supposed to have a mini adventure involving an encryption device, and more rejected script ideas are detailed in the art book.

It was once written in the script that Finn has a brother who would help in the destruction of the First Order. That sibling would supposedly have been stranded on a world

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Resident Evil 3 Impressions, And Our Hopes for Resident Evil’s Future

On this week’s episode of IGN’s weekly PlayStation show Podcast Beyond!, host Jonathon Dornbush is joined by Brian Altano and Max Scoville discuss Resident Evil 3 Remake, which Beyond!’s own Lucy O’Brien reviewed for IGN. Watch the episode below!

We discuss what we loved and didn’t about Resident Evil 3’s gameplay, offer our spoiler-free impressions overall, and discuss what RE3 makes us hope for Resident Evil’s future and what the series could look like on PS5 and Xbox Series X.

Plus, we discuss why you need to play Persona 5 Royal, Jonathon’s Predator: Hunting Grounds impressions, and more!

Don’t forget

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Astro Working With Microsoft to Ensure Xbox Series X Compatibility for Gaming Headsets

It was recently revealed that the Xbox Series X will not feature an S/PDIF optical audio out port, which has raised concern for many about how they’ll be able to utilize existing headsets. Astro Gaming, known for its high-end gaming headsets, revealed via Twitter that it is working closely with Microsoft to update the firmware for MixAmp Pro TR, A50 + Base Station, and A20 headsets prior to the launch of Xbox Series X later this year.

Astro claims this update will “include the ability to deliver game surround sound & voice chat via USB” bypassing the need for

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A Fix For The Cross-Play Loophole In Star Wars Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy Is Now In The Works

Last weekend, there were reports of an issue with the online multiplayer component of Star Wars: Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy on the Nintendo Switch, which allowed PC players to join the same servers.

Our friends over at USgamer reached out to Aspyr to ask what exactly was going on, and were informed a fix for this cross-play bug was on the way. Here’s the full statement:

We’re absolutely thrilled and appreciative of the support that our fan community has given last week’s launch of Star Wars™ Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy on PS4 and Nintendo Switch. We are aware of the

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