Posts Tagged ‘Xbox One’

Need for Speed Heat will be the first EA game to support Xbox One, PS4, and PC crossplay. Here is everything you need to know about this.

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Both Cyberpunk 2077 and Marvel’s Avengers have been delayed, with their release dates pushed back four to five months. Here are the details.

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In a new interview, Xbox Game Studios head Matt Booty confirmed that the publisher’s future titles will be made available on the current generation of Xbox consoles and PC as well as the Series X to make the transition to the new console a smoother one for its customers.

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Microsoft has added Grand Theft Auto 5 to the extensive collection of games offered as part of its Xbox Game Pass subscription.

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If you missed The Game Awards 2019 livestream and you’d rather not sit through three and a half hours of the VOD, here is a recap of the biggest announcements from the event.

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Obsidian is back with a sneak peek at another new game – it’s first in partnership with Xbox Game Studios. Called Grounded, the upcoming title is what the developer is calling a “survival game with a twist.”

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The team behind Marvel’s Avengers released a new trailer recently, turning the spotlight on a new addition to its lineup of playable characters – Kamala Khan aka Ms Marvel.

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Epic Games announced today that it will soon be altering Fortnite matchmaking to cater for player skill and adding bots to help newer players learn the ropes. Here are the details.

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You can download and try the new Call of Duty: Modern Warfare beta for free right now on PC, PS4 or Xbox One, here’s how.

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Here’s how to pair or connect a PS4 DualShock 4 controller or Xbox One S controller to your iPhone or iPad on iOS 13 or iPadOS 13.

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Fans of the iconic Borderlands franchise are in for a nice fat dose of nostalgia today as the true third installment in the series, Borderlands 3, was released today on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.

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During the huge collection of software announcements that took place during WWDC’s opening keynote yesterday, Apple took the somewhat unexpected step of announcing that the iPad, iPhone, and Apple TV are all gaining support for the Xbox One S and PlayStation 4 DualShock controller.

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