Archive for the ‘Xbox One’ Category

Fortnite on PS4 is getting cross-play support with Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and other platform players starting today, Here’s everything you need to know.

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Xbox One keyboard and mouse support with Razer accessories has been announced. Here’s everything you need to know about it.

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Fortnite 5.40 update has just been released with complete patch notes across desktops, mobiles, and consoles. Here’s what’s new and changed.

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Microsoft’s Xbox One may already have Cortana built in, but the company is now testing Alexa support with Xbox Insiders. The move comes via a new Xbox Skill for Alexa that will allow Echo devices, as well as any others with Alexa built in, to control an Xbox One directly.

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Microsoft today took the wraps off of not one, but two new pieces Xbox One hardware and we think both are going to be very popular indeed – the white Xbox One Elite Controller and Xbox One X Fallout 76 bundle.

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Microsoft has announced a special limited edition official PUBG Xbox One Wireless Controller. Here are the details on it.

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Fortnite version 5.21 update complete with patch notes has just been released across mobiles, Mac, PCs, and consoles. Here’s what’s new in it.

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Fix PUBG campaign has launched to address problems as developer issues roadmap. Here’s everything you need to know about it.

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Here’s how you can stream and play Xbox One games right on your iOS running iPhone or iPad device with OneCast app. No jailbreak required.

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The NES Classic is so popular that it managed to outsell every other console during June, beating out the Nintendo Switch, Microsoft Xbox One, and Sony PS4.

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Fortnite 5.10 is out now for iOS, Mac, Windows, Consoles and even other platforms. Here are the full patch notes that you need to know about.

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Microsoft’s will be launching a dedicated Xbox console for streaming games from a new service called XCloud. Here’s what we know so far.

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