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The Xbox One has had yet another price cut in the US.
Rocket League could allow PS4 and Xbox One owners to compete with one another within “a few hours” if Sony would give it the go-ahead.
Are people holding out for the release of the Xbox One S and Xbox Scorpio? Quite possibly.
Last year, Microsoft said that it aimed to have Windows 10 on 1bn devices by 2018 – now the firm has tempered its expectations for the operating system.
The Xbox One S will debut on August 2nd, Microsoft has now confirmed.
ReCore has a $40 RRP in the US – that’s some way short from what you might expect for a first party triple-A title.
Gamecom is increasingly looking in danger of missing out any platform holder conferences this year.
Original Xbox One owners will be able to trade-in their old console for the new Project Scorpio one when it launches.
Gamers may remain split on the potential benefits of the dawn of a new console cycle, but Epic co-founder Tim Sweeney is certainly enthusiastic about the prospect.
Microsoft has revealed that Xbox users will soon have the option to have their avatars use a wheelchair.
Microsoft has confirmed that its Xbox Play Anywhere program will apply to all future titles it publishes.
Microsoft's premium, pricey and customisable Xbox One Elite gamepad appears to be doing well for itself.
Microsoft has explained its decision to reveal just a handful of games at last month’s E3 games show.
When Microsoft said it was taking gaming seriously with Windows 10, we weren’t the only ones that didn’t believe it.
It may not have a VR headset, but Xbox told MCV that the technology is not far from its thoughts.
One particular Xbox One SKU can be had for the tidy sum of just £199.99 on the Xbox.com store right now.
Analyst DFC has issued a damning post-E3 verdict on Microsoft’s handling of the Xbox Scorpio reveal.
The first batch of games confirmed for Microsoft’s Xbox Play Anywhere initiative have been named.
The latest Dead Rising game will likely make its way onto PlayStation.
Xbox boss Phil Spencer has revisited comments made earlier this week in which he said 1080p TV owners shouldn’t bother upgrading to Xbox Scorpio.
The locking off of Microsoft’s first party PC games from Steam may only be a temporary measure.
Compulsion Games’ We Happy Few, shown on stage at Xbox’s conference, was the most popular game at E3.
Multiple sources have confirmed to MCV the UK launch date for the 2TB edition of the Xbox One S.
Xbox One players may have a new means of controlling games in the very near future.
It seems that while Xbox Scorpio has been built specifically for 4K gaming, developers will not be forced to make their titles output in 4K.