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Microsoft has “no plans” to end Xbox Live Gold

Microsoft has "no plans" to end the Xbox Live Gold subscription program, the company has recently proclaimed. Xbox Live Gold is Microsoft's core multiplayer subscription...

Xbox (Beta) PC app rolls out mod support

The Xbox (Beta) PC app has started to roll out support for mods, Microsoft has recently confirmed. The app's latest update allows for mods by...

Sony requires devs to make PS4 games compatible with PS5 from July

Sony will require PS4 developers to make any games released after 13 July compatible with the upcoming PS5, it was today confirmed. Internal documentation sighted...

Xbox Series X backwards compatibility can double framerate to 120fps

Xbox Series X backwards compatibility enhancements have been detailed by Microsoft, with the company confirming the consoles will double the framerate of "a select...

Xbox Games with Gold June 2020: Shantae, Coffee Talk, more

Xbox Games with Gold June 2020 free games have been detailed by Microsoft overnight. A total of four new games (plus one returning from May...

Rainbow Six Siege Operation Steel Wave Preview: Hi, Ace & Melusi

Rainbow Six Siege Operation Steel Wave will kick off the tactical shooter's next season and brings with it two new operators, Ace and Melusi....

Rainbow Six Siege Operation Steel Wave House changes detailed

Ubisoft has detailed some of the changes that Operation Steel Wave will bring to Rainbow Six Siege. Chief among those changes is the rework...

Xbox Series X release on track, but games could be delayed: Spencer

While the Xbox Series X is on track for its holiday 2020 release, Xbox head Phil Spencer warns that next-gen games may experience delays...

Xbox Series X adds HDR to backwards compatible games

Xbox Series X will add HDR to backwards compatible games with no additional work from a game's developer. Showing off the feature to Digital Foundry,...

Xbox Series X external storage system uses proprietary SSD cards

Xbox Series X external storage was detailed at length by Digital Foundry today, and we've got the recap for you here. First, the Xbox Series...

The Division 2 Warlords of New York has good villains but a weak ending

The Division 2 Warlords of New York has been out for a few days now and it's high time we talked about the highlight...

Xbox Series X specs revealed: 12 teraflops of next-gen power

Xbox Series X specs were today revealed by Microsoft, confirming the console boasts 12 teraflops of power, variable rate shading, hardware accelerated DirectX raytracing...

Xbox Games with Gold February 2020: Cthulhu, Fable & Battlefront

Xbox Games with Gold February 2020 free titles were detailed by Microsoft today. Xbox Live Gold subscribers will be able to claim the below titles...

The next generation of Microsoft console(s) simply named Xbox

While the console formerly known as Project Scarlett has officially been named Xbox Series X, Microsoft has confirmed that the next-generation of Xbox consoles...

Friendly Fire Show 149: Podcast Series X

Welcome to the last Friendly Fire Show of 2019, all about the newly named Xbox Series X (and newly announced Senua's Saga Hellblade 2)....

Project Scarlett name will reflect capabilities, says Phil Spencer

The official name of the upcoming Project Scarlett will suit the console's capabilities and doesn't need to connect those of previous Xbox releases, Phil...

Xbox Game Pass great for players and devs, says Phil Spencer

Phil Spencer opened X019 in London this weekend by detailing how Xbox Game Pass has benefited both players and developers alike. "We see players willing...

What’s new in Red Dead Redemption 2 PC

Red Dead Redemption 2 PC is now available and we've a handy list of new additions compared to the title's Xbox One and PS4 releases. First,...

Xbox Games with Gold November 2019: Sherlock & Jedi

Xbox Games with Gold November 2019 freebies have been detailed by Microsoft earlier today. Players that are subscribers to the Xbox Live Gold subscription tier...

Final Xbox backwards compatible wave heads to Xbox One

The final wave of original Xbox and Xbox 360 games have been added to Xbox One via backwards compatibility, Microsoft today announced. Those titles are...