Entries in 'Xbox One' (934)
Ubisoft has wasted no time in announcing a full-fat all-you-eat edition of Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag.
Titanfall will launch on Xbox One in the US tomorrow and the UK this Friday at a resolution of 792p.
Twitch goes live on Xbox One tomorrow and Microsoft has released a video detailing exactly how it all works.
Games With Gold will get better.
US Xbox 360 and Xbox One owners could soon see political advertisements appearing on the Xbox Live dashboard, according to a new report.
It’s a brave new next-gen world out there, and with it comes a new era in higher-price trade-in prices.
Those intending to use Microsoft’s new stereo headset with their Xbox One will have to go through the unusual process of updating their controller’s firmware.
US gamers are being offered a freebie when they buy an Xbox One console.
A now deleted tweet from retailer GAME has quite possibly confirmed the release date for Watch Dogs.
The next instalment in the Arkham series will be a significant overhaul for the Caped Crusader.
Activision is taking the unprecedented step of allowing free multiplayer Call of Duty access to those who don’t own the game.
A new major update has been released for the Xbox One to address a variety of the console’s issues.
Upcoming Xbox and PC shooter Titanfall will employ the Season Pass DLC model.
Square Enix has announced a concrete release date for Murdered: Soul Suspect.
HBO's premium streaming app HBO Go lands today for PS3 owners, Sony has announced.
The next instalment in the popular Arkham series has been named.
Microsoft’s beta for the ambitious Project Spark is now available on Xbox One.
Video streaming via Twitch on Xbox One has been found to be of better quality than on PS4.
It looks as if Ubisoft may be on the cusp of confirming a new release date for Watch Dogs.
Another tempting Xbox One offer has appeared on the UK High Street.
A new Kinect-specific game has been confirmed for Xbox One.
A new Xbox magazine has emerged and it costs 99p an issue.
A £399 Xbox One bundle can help Microsoft turn around its disappointing start to 2014, say High Street experts.
Microsoft has revealed it has signed on several dozen new developers for Xbox One ID@Xbox program.