Professor Green is struggling with new video game 'Titanfall' and plans to ''spend hours'' over the weekend mastering the Xbox One title.
Professor Green plans to spend his weekend mastering video game 'Titanfall'.
The 'Read All About It' rapper got his hands on a copy of the hotly anticipated Xbox One game at the title's launch party at the Truman Brewery in East London on Thursday night (13.03.14) which was transformed into a scene from the game which is set on a war-torn planet.
However, Green - who is married to 'Made In Chelsea' star Millie Mackintosh - has so far struggled with the epic first person shooter, something he is determined to rectify.
In a Twitter post, he revealed: ''Just got stuck into #titanfall ... Definitely need to spend more hours brushing up my skills (sic)''
Green was joined by a host of other stars at the bash, including singer John Newman who couldn't contain his excitement about the award-winning game which is available to buy in the UK from today (14.03.14) for the Microsoft console.
Newman tweeted: ''Sick night at the @Xbox #tightenfall launch!!!! (sic)''
Newman was joined at the party by TV chat show host Jonathan Ross, 'The Voice' UK coach Ricky Wilson, pop band Lawson, magician Troy and 'The Only Way Is Essex' stars Dan Osborne, Jessica Wright, Ferne McCann and Chloe Sims among others.
The 'TOWIE' gang had a great time pitting their gaming skills against Xbox One fans before heading off for cocktails.
Jessica wrote on Twitter: ''Out for the evening with missy @fernemccann to the xbox titanfall launch then for dinner & cocktails ... Having great time at the #titanfall launch tonight! #xbox (sic)''
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