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  1. IO Interactive may be working with Xbox on an exclusive fantasy RPG, codenamed 'Project Dragon' More games for the Xbox. What you need to know IO Interactive recently started building a new team for a new IP. We've received evidence that this game could be in partnership with Xbox. The codename right now is "Project Dragon," and is in the early stages of development. Source: @Klobrille on Twitter Recently, IO Interactive of Hitman fame spoke to GameIndustry.biz about spinning up a third team to support a new IP that was something "dif
  2. A first look at playing Steam PC games on Xbox with mouse and keyboard You can stream PC games from Steam in the Edge browser Microsoft’s new Chromium-based Edge browser is coming to Xbox soon, and the company has now added all-important mouse and keyboard support that will pave the way to stream PC games to Xbox consoles. Xbox testers in the Alpha Skip-Ahead ring are now able to access this new version of Edge and try out a mouse in the console version of the browser for the first time. I’ve been testing this new support over the weekend, and I’ve even managed to play some St
  3. New Xbox update brings Game Pass recommendations and Suspend games feature A new Xbox update is available today on Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S consoles, bringing improvements for Xbox Game Pass and game downloads. After installing this update, Xbox Game Pass subscribers will notice new game recommendations and collections in the Xbox Game Pass hub on the console. The “Because you played” section will offer a curated collection of games based on your gameplay history, and there’s also a a new “Play with friends” section showcasing Xbox Game Pass games your
  4. Undertale finally launches on Xbox this week Toby Fox’s 2015 RPG joins the Xbox Game Pass library on Tuesday Nearly six years after it originally launched, Undertale makes its debut on Xbox One and Xbox Series X via Xbox Game Pass on March 16. The indie role-playing game from Toby Fox will have “a few Xbox-specific enhancements,” publisher 8-4 Ltd. announced on Monday. “We know it’s been a long time coming, but we’re extremely excited to finally be bringing Undertale to Xbox players the world over,” 8-4’s John Ricciardi said in a post on Xbox Wire.
  5. Bethesda officially joins Xbox family, some exclusives planned for the future Only a day after news arrived of regulatory approvals, the combining of ZeniMax Media with Xbox has been made official by Microsoft. The Xbox ecosystem now has eight more first-party game development studios, them being Bethesda Game Studios, id Software, ZeniMax Online Studios, Arkane, MachineGames, Tango Gameworks, Alpha Dog, and Roundhouse Studios. While the heads of the two gaming giants did not make any new game-related announcements today, they did share separate blog posts
  6. New Microsoft Edge hits Xbox One, Series X/S with latest Insider update The new and improved Microsoft Edge hits Xbox consoles for select testers. What you need to know Microsoft has debuted the latest iteration of its Microsoft Edge web browser on Xbox consoles. The new Chromium variant of Microsoft Edge supersedes the legacy EdgeHTML version of the browser, with end-of-support status for the desktop client slated for later this month. The new Microsoft Edge is now available to Alpha Skip Ahead Xbox Insiders, with a broader public rollout expected over the weeks a
  7. Minecraft Dungeons for Xbox and PC announces its next DLC, 'Flames of the Nether,' and free update coming February 24 Minecraft Dungeons is heading to the Nether in what could be its biggest update yet. What you need to know Minecraft Dungeons is a co-op focused ARPG spin-off of Minecraft from Mojang Studios. The game continually adds more content through DLC expansions, with three already out. The fourth expansion will be the biggest yet and takes Minecraft Dungeons to the Nether alongside a free update. Six new missions, new gear, enemies, pets, cosm
  8. MLB The Show 21 Announced for Xbox and PlayStation MLB The Show 21, the latest instalment of the PlayStation-exclusive baseball series from Sony first-party developer San Diego Studio, has been announced for both PlayStation and Xbox consoles. Launching on April 20, it will be available across both generations, with PS4/Xbox One versions retailing at $59.99 USD/£59.99 GBP and the next-gen versions at $69.99 USB/£69.99 GBP. The advent of a new platform for the game also means cross-platform play and cross progression has been introduced, meaning MLB The Show 21 play
  9. Xbox controllers still use AA batteries because of a long-standing agreement with Duracell The Duracell-branded Xbox One controller from 2018 totally makes sense now WTF?! When practically everything has a built-in rechargeable battery these days, it is somewhat odd that the Xbox Series X|S controllers are powered by two AA batteries. Microsoft does have an Xbox rechargeable battery pack users can buy separately, and the Xbox Elite Wireless 2 sports an internal power cell. However, the standard gamepads have come with replaceable batteries since going wireless wit
  10. The November 2020 Xbox Console Update is rolling out today Today, Microsoft is rolling out the November 2020 Xbox Console Update, which is available for the entire Xbox One family of consoles, as well as the newer Xbox Series X|S. There are a bunch of new features, many of which are exclusive to the new generation. If you're a fan of the dynamic backgrounds on the Xbox Series X|S, there's now more of them. They're still exclusive to the new generation. Microsoft says that some of the six new designs are homages to previous generations.
  11. You should be able to stream Xbox games to your TV soon Microsoft is in the early phases of rolling out its xCloud streaming service on mobile devices, but TVs are the next logical step. In an interview with The Verge, Xbox chief Phil Spencer has revealed we’ll likely see an Xbox app appear on smart TVs over the next year. “I think you’re going to see that in the next 12 months,” said Spencer, when asked about turning the Xbox into a TV app. “I don’t think anything is going to stop us from doing that.” Spencer previously hinted at TV streaming sticks
  12. Xbox’s CFO, Tim Stuart has stated that future Bethesda games (after Ghostwire Tokyo and Deathloop) will come to other platforms, such as PS5, but release first on Xbox and PC or be better on those platforms. Reporting from VGC confirms that Tim Stuart said that this would be the case at the Jefferies Interactive Entertainment conference, which took place last week. Stuart highlights that “What we’ll do in the long run is we don’t have intentions of just pulling all of Bethesda content out of Sony or Nintendo or otherwise. But what we want is we want that content
  13. TOKYO/CHICAGO/STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Think Michelangelo vs Da Vinci. Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier. Batman v Superman. Another epic rivalry is rejoined this week when Sony and Microsoft go head-to-head with the next generation of their blockbuster video-game consoles. Sony, whose PlayStation 5 (PS5) takes on Microsoft’s Xbox Series X and Series S, is widely viewed as being in pole position to capitalise on a pandemic-driven boom in consumer spending that has buoyed the $150 billion video game industry. The Japanese company’s deep bench of games and broader fa
  14. (Bloomberg) -- Sony Corp.’s PlayStation 5 and Microsoft Corp.’s Xbox Series X haven’t hit stores yet, but the video game console showdown has already begun in the online black market. Demand for the PlayStation 5 on resale websites is outstripping that of the new Xbox, and shoppers are paying more to get their hands on the first run of products, market research shows. The vibrant market for scalpers offers a preview of next month’s contest when the two rival game companies will release their new consoles to a global audience with a seemingly endless appetit
  15. How Microsoft's CEO, Xbox head say they won't screw up Bethesda In an interview, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella and Xbox head Phil Spencer discuss further acquisitions, how to keep making hits and what happened with TikTok. Microsoft may be known as a business software giant, powering most of the world's PCs and building backroom technology and tools. But it's also spent more than $10 billion buying development studios behind some of the most popular video games in the world. To Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella, it's all about the future of software. Thoug
  16. Imported next-gen consoles are already available for pre-order in China, says Apptutti's Daniel Camilo Both the Xbox Series X/S and the PlayStation 5 have now been revealed, with their respective prices, launch line-ups and release dates disclosed. The world is ready for next-gen -- except, perhaps, for the biggest gaming market in the world, China. But is that really the case? Xbox and PS5 coming to China? While Microsoft has not publicly addressed the issue yet, Sony did mention China in its recent PlayStation 5 showcase when the release date and prices were annou
  17. Skype on Windows 10 Word of new first-party Microsoft webcams leaked late last month and now some new news has surfaced over at Petri that suggests that their working product codenames are Bari and are occasionally referred to as Aruba as well. As Brad Sams mentions in his report, Aruba is often used to refer to Microsoft’s Surface Hub 2 which all but confirms that at least one version of these new webcams will be implemented into future Surface Hub models. These Bari webcams are also rumored to feature 4K resolution, depth sensors, and potent
  18. Halo 5: Guardians is now free to play on Xbox One consoles for gamers with an active Xbox Live Gold membership. The full game can be downloaded and played from the Microsoft Store and all progress and Achievements will save to the cloud and carry over to a purchased version of the game should players choose to buy it at a later date. This free period for Halo 5: Guardians will remain active until the end of this weekend, on Sunday night. It should be noted that Halo 5: Guardians is also currently free to play for Xbox Game Pass subscribers and that those who use Microsoft’s game subscript
  19. The free demo for the upcoming Resident Evil 2 video game, Resident Evil 2 1-Shot, is now available to download and play on the Xbox One. Unlike most other video game demos, which limit the gameplay content made available to players, the Resident 2 demo places a 30 minute time limit on the player and also requires online connectivity throughout. It’s an unusual approach for a demo for such a major release and it should be interesting to see how it’s received by players. Here’s its official description: The full release of Resident Evil 2 is due out on the Xbox One later this
  20. A good router is very important if you play games on your Xbox One, especially if you enjoy playing a lot of multiplayer. The market on gaming-focused routers is pretty huge, but we've narrowed it down to what we think are the best ones available. Luxury option ASUS ROG Rapture GT-AC5300 Out of all of the routers out there, the best of the best is the ASUS ROG Rapture GT-AC5300. Equipped with eight large antennas, a quad-core processor, a wide array of USB and wired connection ports, and more, the ASUS ROG Rapture is truly a beast that will give you lig
  21. PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds (PUBG) is a battle royale game focused on scavenging weapons and using stealth or other tactics to be the last person alive. While the title has seen unprecedented popularity on Steam and other platforms like the Xbox One, it still suffers from a lack of optimization. For example, even with one of the best NVIDIA cards out there, you frequently see drops down to 30 FPS at moderate settings. The base Xbox One version drops down even further, and the Xbox One X port doesn't take advantage of the added power in a meaningful way. Today, PUBG received an upda
  22. We rounded up the rumors backing Microsoft's Xbox game-streaming technology – and assembled thoughts on how the company's research will make it a reality. MATT BROWN 21 Dec 2018 1 Game-streaming has faced a troubled past, from the decade-old missteps of OnLive to the struggle to gain traction in 2018. Beaming high-quality gaming across the globe is no easy feat, and while networks are better than ever, gameplay is often compromised in the process. Project xCloud is poised to be Microsoft's next major gaming e
  23. Well, this is certainly a surprise. Xbox has been the bumbling underdog of the eighth console generation, playing catch-up to Sony's PlayStation 4 and watching from a distance as the Nintendo Switch reignited the passion of video game fans worldwide. However, over the past five years, Microsoft has doggedly climbed its way out of a PR and reputation pit with items like the Xbox One X and the Adaptive Controller as well as its public support of cross-console play. Today, Microsoft is better positioned than any other video game company to take control of the coming hardware cycle, which is expec
  24. Microsoft has repeatedly expressed its interest in smudging the line between traditional console and PC gaming audiences. As the rumors continue to surface about Microsoft’s next batch of console and game streaming hardware and services, it seems that Steam may be quietly preparing for a future where Xbox One and PC players coexist more natively. Buried in the most recent Steam beta release is a line of code that could be pointing to cross-platform integration from the PC gaming storefront. While originally spotted on ResetEra (via Windows Central), the specific source code can be f
  25. The official Xbox Game Pass Twitter account is teasing the addition of a “mysterious new game” to the subscription service sometime tomorrow. “Unbeknownst to many, this Thursday a mysterious new game will emerge mysteriously from the mysterious shadows from whence it came,” the tweet reads before mentioning that Ori and the Blind Forest and Shadow Warrior 2 will also join Xbox Game Pass on the same day. The overuse of the word “mysterious” could be a hint at the game’s title or it could just be the composer of the tweet being quirky which wou
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