New Xbox Menu Update, Black Panther 2 Leaks, & More! | IGN The Weekly Fix

New xbox menu update, black panther 2 leaks, & more! | ign the weekly fix

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Wanna catch up on all the highlights from this week? From Xbox updating its user interface, to Lego potentially leaking Wakanda Forever info, tune in for your Weekly Fix – the only show packed with the recommended weekly dose of gaming and entertainment news!

00:00 – Intro

00:35 – Xbox Updates Game Library, Interface, and More

03:18 – White Series X Spotted in Logitech Commercial

05:59 – Fan-Created 2D Mario Game is Now Playable

10:00 – Overwatch 2 is Holding OG Heroes Hostage

14:17 – Wakanda Forever Spoiler May Have Been Leaked By Lego

16:57 – The Last of Us Series Trailer Breakdown

18:54 – Top 5 Moments Deadpool 3 Needs to Recreate

22:48 – Optic Gaming Wins Big at Halo Championship Series Orlando

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