Tag Archives: Xbox One

Killing Floor 2 arriving on Xbox One on August 29th

Tripwire Interactive, Deep Silver and Iceberg Interactive have announced its survival shooter Killing Floor 2 will be coming to Xbox One on August 29th, and will have Xbox One X support on Day One when the console launches later this year. Retailing for 34.99, the Xbox One version will also …

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Cuphead will be released on Steam, but PS4 version ruled out

We now have a clearer picture of exactly how gamers will be able to get their hands on the hotly anticipated Cuphead. Speaking on Neogaf, a member of the game’s development team confirmed that the title will not by a Windows Store exclusive. Nor, however, will it be headed to …

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Xbox One game sales to grow 17% to 70m in 2017, thanks to Xbox One X – FutureSource

The global games software market is expected to exceed $100bn in 2017, according to a new report from Futuresource Consulting, with console game sales rising significantly toward the end of the year during Q4. The report estimates that over 20m physical Switch games will be sold this year, while Xbox …

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Xbox Design Labs arrives in the UK

Microsoft’s customisable controller service, Xbox Design Labs, has finally arrived in the UK, the platform holder announced on Twitter today. The service, which lets users choose the colour of individual components to create their own bespoke controller, originally launched in the US last year, with pre-orders opening in June and …

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Xbox One X will NOT reignite Xbox One sales in Europe – IHS

After years of being told the Xbox One has no exclusives, Microsoft went on a full frontal assault last night during its E3 press conference, showing a total of 42 titles, 22 of which had some form of Xbox exclusivity. It’s clearly made an impression, too, as IHS Markit’s Piers …

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Microsoft adds original Xbox backwards compatibility to Xbox One

Xbox One’s backwards compatibility credentials are getting a huge boost with the addition of original Xbox compatibility. Boss Phil Spencer said on Microsoft’s E3 stage that these original games will look better and play better across the Xbox family”, with combat flight sim Crimson Skies being the first title to …

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Data questions popularity of Xbox backwards compatibility

Backwards compatibility has always been a headline winner, but the extent to which it is actually used has always been a point of contention. New data from Ars Technica about Xbox Live usage suggests that, in Xbox One’s case at least, very little time is spent taking advantage of the …

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