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Xbox One X Is “Not For Everybody,” Microsoft Boss Admits

In just a few weeks, Microsoft will launch a new console in the form of the Xbox One X. A more powerful version of the Xbox One, the system arrives on November 7, priced at $500 in the United States. While Microsoft of course expects it to sell well (the pre-orders are apparently strong already), Xbox boss Phil Spencer has now reiterated that the lower-cost Xbox One S model will remain Microsoft’s best-selling console this …

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Destiny 2 Update Finally Fixes Tower Crashes On PS4 And Xbox One

As promised, the latest batch of Destiny 2 server maintenance has brought with it a new update. Despite the fact that it contains only a single fix, it’s one that many players will be extremely happy to get their hands on. Update 1.0.3.2 is out now on both Xbox One and PlayStation 4 (which refers to the download as update 1.07). It’s quite small in size, but it deals with the longstanding issue of crashes …

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GTA 5 Online’s New Weekly Update On PS4, Xbox One, And PC Revealed

Rockstar Games has announced all the new content, deals, and special events happening in GTA V’s multiplayer mode, Grand Theft Auto Online, this week. The centrepiece of the new content is the Buckingham Pyro airplane. It’s equipped with twin machine guns, and you can upgrade it extensively with things like liveries, armour, and missiles. In terms of deals, the Fort Zancudo Hangar 3499 property is 25 percent off, as is the Thomson Scrapyard Bunker. Additionally, …

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Chime in: What excites you the most about the Xbox One X?

The Xbox One X is rapidly approaching — there’s less than a month to go! 4K games, 4K game recording, and 4K media powered by 6TF internals, and advanced cooling. The Xbox One X certainly looks beastly on paper, and the excitement from the hardcore crowd is certainly reaching fever pitch. By all accounts, it looks as though the Xbox One X will have the best looking console games for the foreseeable future. Still, games …

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Digital pre-orders open for the Windows 10 & Xbox One 4K HDR reboot of Zoo Tycoon

Pre-orders for the rebooted Zoo Tycoon are now open in the Microsoft Store. The game was initially released on the Xbox One but has been remade with 4K visuals (when played on the Xbox One X console), HDR (Xbox One X & S), and supports crossplay and crossbuy between Windows 10 and Xbox One consoles. The game will also support the Kinect sensor for motion controls and gestures when played on an Xbox One with …

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Middle-earth: Shadow of War Xbox One impressions: Giant spiders, orc slaying, and loot crates

I’ve been playing Middle-earth: Shadow of War for just over 10 hours. It’s a huge game, so I’m not yet ready with my full review, but I wanted to give my early impressions of what has proven to be quite a controversial title. It shouldn’t have been controversial, though. Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor was a sleeper hit from a few years back, successfully and faithfully blending Assassin’s Creed-like open world gameplay with rhythmic, Batman: Arkham-style …

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PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds Xbox One version still on track for a holiday release

By Sherif Saed, Thursday, 12 October 2017 11:48 GMT It’s been a while since we’ve heard anything about the Xbox One port of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds. Following the surprise announcement at E3, most of the talk at the time revolved around PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds’ exclusivity to Xbox One and what the fact that Microsoft will be publishing the game on Xbox actually means. We’ve actually yet to see the game running on Xbox One hardware. All that …

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Microsoft Exec On Xbox One X — “It’s Not For Everybody”

In just a few weeks, Microsoft will launch a new console in the form of the Xbox One X. A more powerful version of the Xbox One, the system arrives on November 7, priced at $500 in the United States. While Microsoft of course expects it to sell well (the pre-orders are apparently strong already), Xbox boss Phil Spencer has now reiterated that the lower-cost Xbox One S model will remain Microsoft’s best-selling console this …

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Xbox One Backwards Compatibility Isn’t Being Ignored, Exec Says

One of the Xbox One’s standout features is backwards compatibility support for Xbox 360 games. There are more than 400 titles in the catalog right now, and the library is seemingly always growing. Microsoft is committed to backwards compatibility now and in the long run, Xbox boss Phil Spencer told GameSpot at the Brazil Game Show today. In June, there was a report that said Xbox One owners “largely ignore” the backwards compatibility feature. Microsoft …

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PUBG Xbox One release date SHOCK – Is this proof that console launch is imminent? | Gaming | Entertainment

PUBG fans could be playing Battlegrounds on Xbox One very soon. PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds has just been classified by the Australian ratings board, which suggests the PUBG release date is imminent. PUBG was given an MA15+ rating in Australia, which as VG247 points out, is the second strongest classification a game can receive. Interestingly, the classification page reveals that PUBG will launch with a lengthy new title on Xbox One. The ratings page lists PUBG as …

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The Evil Within 2 release date COUNTDOWN: PS4, Xbox One and PC unlock times confirmed | Gaming | Entertainment

The Evil Within 2 release date has been set for Friday, October 13th on all platforms. Bethesda have now provided more information on the unlock times for PS4, Xbox One and PC, as well as system requirement and disc space. For consoles, the The Evil Within 2 takes up approximately 31GB depending on the region/version when installed to the Xbox One. A patch will be available on launch day, which will require 250MB of space …

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It’s A Myth That Xbox One Backwards Compatibility Is Ignored, Exec Says

One of the Xbox One’s standout features is backwards compatibility support for Xbox 360 games. There are more than 400 titles in the catalog right now, and the library is seemingly always growing. Microsoft is committed to backwards compatibility now and in the long run, Xbox boss Phil Spencer told GameSpot at the Brazil Game Show today. In June, there was a report that said Xbox One owners “largely ignore” the backwards compatibility feature. Microsoft …

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Microsoft On Xbox One X — “It’s Not For Everybody”

In just a few weeks, Microsoft will launch a new console in the form of the Xbox One X. A more powerful version of the Xbox One, the system arrives on November 7, priced at $500 in the United States. While Microsoft of course expects it to sell well (the pre-orders are apparently strong already), Xbox boss Phil Spencer has now reiterated that the lower-cost Xbox One S model will remain Microsoft’s best-selling console this …

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New EA And Origin Access Free Games Include Mass Effect: Andromeda For Xbox One And PC

EA has announced the latest batch of games that EA and Origin Access subscribers will soon have free access to. The biggest of the bunch is this year’s new entry in the Mass Effect series, Mass Effect: Andromeda. EA has outlined what members will get for free on Xbox One (with EA Access) and PC (with Origin Access) over the remainder of the year. Both platforms will get the full version of Andromeda “soon,” although …

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Steven Universe PS4 / Xbox One RPG Release Date Confirmed, And It’s Very Soon

Cartoon Network has announced a release date for Steven Universe: Save the Light, the first home console title based on the popular animated series. The game releases for PlayStation 4 in North and Latin America on October 31, while the Xbox One version launches globally three days later, on November 3. Those planning to pick the title up on Xbox One will soon have a chance to pre-order it. The game will be available for …

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