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Xbox One-to-Nintendo Switch Cross-Play Confirmed For Another Game

At E3 this year, Microsoft made a big announcement regarding cross-play. It confirmed that Minecraft would add cross-play between almost all versions of the game, meaning Xbox One players will play with people on competing platforms such as Nintendo Switch. Sony hasn’t allowed cross-play with Xbox One (or any other console platform as of yet), but it was an exciting and encouraging announcement all the same. Now, another game has been confirmed to offer cross-play …

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Top New Games Out This Week On Switch, PS4, Xbox One, And PC – October 15

Every Sunday, GameSpot takes a look at a handful of the hottest games launching that week. In the fantasy realm, you can get your hands on South Park: The Fractured But Whole and Fire Emblem Warriors. If you prefer something more grounded, you can race your way through Gran Turismo Sport, throw down with WWE 2K18, or hatch a world-conquering plan with Age of Empires: Definitive Edition. South Park: The Fractured But Whole — October …

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Xbox One news: Battlegrounds PUBG games boost, Fortnite Battle Royale update | Gaming | Entertainment

PUBG Battlegrounds on Xbox One could one of the biggest exclusive launches of the year for the Microsoft console. While not boasting a very formidable frontline of unique titles this year, Battlegrounds can be seen as a major boost. Microsoft recently confirmed that the game is still on track to launch this year, with Aaron Greenberg commenting online: “Amazing to see the success and momentum around @PUBATTLEGROUNDS we are working hard and excited to be …

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Xbox One Backwards Compatibility NEWS: Three Xbox 360 titles and new original update | Gaming | Entertainment

While things may have got off to a slower start in October, the Backwards Compatible list looks set to get a major boost in the coming months. Xbox One Backwards Compatibility news this week points to more original content being released by Microsoft. It appears that the tech giant is gearing up to launch more original Xbox games, which is something that’s been intriguing fans since E3 2017. As you might recall, Microsoft promised to launch …

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Survival Evolved Will Look Even Better With These Xbox One X Enhancements

by Tanner Dedmon | October 15, 2017 Those planning on purchasing an Xbox One X will be able to see Ark: Survival Evolved in a new, better-looking way now that several enhancements for the dinosaur game have been confirmed by Studio Wildcard. Ark is just one of many games that have made plans to utilize the power of the Xbox One X, but it’s the first game of its kind to do so. While …

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PUBG news – Battlegrounds studio addresses BIG PROBLEM before Xbox One release date | Gaming | Entertainment

PUBG developer Bluehole is addressing one of the game’s biggest problems in quite spectacular fashion. Ahead of the Xbox One release date, the Battlegrounds developer is handing out bans left, right and centre. More than 320k players have been banned from PUBG since release. This includes 20k in the last 24 hours, according to BattlEye. “Over 322,000 cheaters have been banned from PUBG so far, more than twice as many as posted by @PLAYERUNKNOWN just …

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Nintendo Switch games shock as update reveals major Xbox One and PS4 crossover news | Gaming | Entertainment

For anyone who is a Nintendo Switch games fan, there’s been some pretty big announcements of late. It wasn’t too long ago that Bethesda revealed their plans to launch DOOM and Wolfenstein 2 on the portable console. And it won’t be too long before The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, as well as top Nintendo titles such as Super Mario Odyssey bolster the Switch before the holidays. But while it’s a great start to see mature …

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Xbox One Backwards Compatibility update: THREE new games and original Xbox classic NEWS

MICROSOFT Xbox One Backwards Compatibility update: THREE new games and original Xbox classic NEWS Microsoft added THREE new titles to their ever-expanding Xbox One backwards compatibility library this week after Major Nelson announced that they were finally ready for Xbox One users. In 2016 games like Red Dead Redemption, the Bioshock trilogy, the Mass Effect trilogy, and The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion were added. While in 2017 the biggest release so far has undoubtedly been Call of …

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Games with Gold October 2017 UPDATE: New Xbox games release COUNTDOWN | Gaming | Entertainment

The Games with Gold October 2017 lineup may have been a little overshadowed by the PlayStation Plus roster this month, however, that doesn’t mean there weren’t some good picks. At the moment, fans can download both Gone Home and Oxenfree on Xbox One, and now the countdown can begin for the next batch of games. Gone Home: Console Edition: “Interactive storytelling is at the heart of this award-winning, genre-defining game. Imagine coming home after a …

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RAID: World War II Xbox One review – A co-op WWII shooter that feels like PayDay

Join an inglorious team and help stop Hitler! PayDay 2 is good fun, but sometimes you want to fight bad guys instead of robbing banks. RAID: World War II takes the co-op shooting gameplay of PayDay back in time to World War II, complete with a few improvements on the original formula. See on the Xbox Store See on Steam A team of heroes out to stop the war Raid: World War II comes from …

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Xbox One X games news, release date reveal, PS4 and Nintendo Switch boost | Gaming | Entertainment

The Xbox One X release date has been set for November and looks to set to have plenty of games to offer. While the upgraded Microsoft console will not have its own exclusive titles, it will provide a better gaming experience for those with 4K TVs. Other titles, such as ARK Survival Evolved, want to take advantage of the added firepower to include better draw distances and other technical improvements. But while this all sounds …

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The Evil Within 2 launches with horrors galore on Xbox One and PC

Brace yourselves: The Evil Within 2 is finally here with horrors galore. The Evil Within 2, the follow-up to 2014’s The Evil Within, is now available. Fittingly launching on a Friday that just so happens to be the thirteenth day in October, The Evil Within 2 is now available for $59.99 on Xbox One and an PC. The Evil Within 2 picks up with protagonist Sebastian Castellanos, three years after the events of the first …

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Now is the perfect time to buy an Xbox One — here are 16 reasons why

MIcrosoft The Xbox One is a killer game console. Not only is it a looker, but it’s a powerful little box — the Xbox One “S” model seen above is the new standard for the console, replacing the original box that launched in 2013. It plays the same games, but looks better, does more, and costs less. All of which means now is the best time there’s ever been to buy a new Xbox One. Here’s …

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Xbox One Getting Massive Fall Update Next Week; Full Details Inside

Xbox One Getting Update A couple of days ago, we told you how Microsoft was talking to Sony about crossplay and how Xbox was hopeful that Sony would be supportive of it. Unfortunately, Sony is being stubborn, so it doesn’t look like crossplay will be coming anytime soon. Today, we learned that Microsoft recently released a new episode of its webcast “This Week on Xbox” and in it, Major Nelson discusses a big update that …

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New Xbox One S bundles include Rocket League, Minecraft, and Halo

We’re still in the midst of October, but the holiday shopping season will soon be here, and Microsoft has gotten an early jump on things for those planning on buying an Xbox One this year. The company has announced four new console bundles that include a popular game and its DLC or other digital content, along with a white 500GB Xbox One S and a wireless controller. The first is the Xbox One S Minecraft …

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