Xbox One S All-Digital Edition Will Launch On May 7

According to a rumor from earlier this year, it was suggested that Microsoft could be working on a disc-less version of the Xbox. It was unclear at that time whether this could be an Xbox of the next-generation, or simply a variant of the Xbox One. It was later followed up with another rumor that claimed that it would be the Xbox One S and that it might launch on […]

Xbox Games With Gold For April 2019 Revealed

Microsoft reveals the titles that members of its Xbox Live Gold program will get for free in the coming month. True to form, the company has now done that for April. The Xbox Live Gold free games for the month of April 2019 have been revealed. Free titles are released for both the Xbox One and the Xbox 360.

Microsoft Enables PC Game Streaming To Xbox One

Microsoft is now allowing Xbox One owners to stream their PC games to the console. They will also be able to use a controller to play the games. This has been made possible through a newly updated app called Wireless Display. It lets users play Steam or other games directly on the Xbox One.

Fortnite Update Forces Xbox One And PS4 Players To Fight Each Other

The rivalry between Xbox and PlayStation gamers is nothing new, but it seems that Epic could actually be actively encouraging it. In the latest update to the game that bumps it up to version 8.10 (via Engadget), the game will now automatically group Xbox One and PS4 gamers together where they will then battle against each other.


Microsoft Offering Original Crackdown Free For Xbox One

Crackdown 3 has been in development for quite a long time and the game is finally going to be released on February 15th. To drive up the hype for this title, Microsoft has decided to offer the original Crackdown title free for the Xbox One. The original title was launched back in 2010 for the Xbox 360.

Microsoft Is Looking To Bring Xbox Live To Other Platforms

Just like how Sony and Nintendo have their own online platforms and services for their consoles, so does Microsoft with its Xbox Live service. Each of these services are exclusive to their own console, but it seems that Microsoft is hoping to expand it by bringing in onto other platforms like iOS, Android, and even the Nintendo Switch.

An Xbox Live Problem Has Essentially Left Xbox One Consoles Useless

You might be wondering why your Xbox One is showing a black screen after starting up. Don’t worry about there being something wrong with the actual hardware of your console. There’s an Xbox Live problem that has essentially left Xbox One consoles useless. That’s the bad news. The good news is that Microsoft has identified a fix which will take care of this in the near future.

Xbox One Reportedly Sold Half As Many Consoles As PS4

When it comes to announcing and sharing details about console sales, Sony and Nintendo aren’t too share to reveal those figures. Microsoft on the other hand has been somewhat mum on that for their own reasons, but it seems that there could be a reason why, and that is because the console might not be selling as well as the competition which could make Microsoft look bad.

Mortal Kombat 11 Beta Won’t Be For The PC Or Nintendo Switch

We know that many gamers are very excited to get their hands on Mortal Kombat 11 which was recently announced in detail. In fact there is a beta that kicks off on the 28th of March where you get to try the game before deciding if it is for you. Unfortunately it seems that not everyone will be able to get in on it.

Nintendo Switch Reportedly Outsold All Other Consoles In 2018

With the disaster that was the Nintendo Wii U, it’s hard to blame Nintendo’s critics and investors for being skeptical about the Switch. However the Switch has since proved the naysayers wrong where it managed to outsell the Wii U’s lifetime sales, and now it seems that according to the latest figures, the console managed to outsell all other consoles in 2018.

Mortal Kombat 11: Kollector’s Edition Announced

If you’re a fan of NetherRealm’s Mortal Kombat franchise, chances are you might have been eagerly anticipating Mortal Kombat 11. The good news is that if you are looking forward to the game and have some spare cash on hand, then perhaps the Mortal Kombat 11: Kollector’s Edition could be of interest to you.

Rocket League Now Supports Full Cross-Platform Play

Last year Harmonix confirmed that Rocket League would be supporting cross-platform play. However there was a catch and that is Sony was sitting this one out, as we had seen in the past. There is some good news and that is Harmonix has since announced that “full cross-platform play” is now supported.

Jump Force Open Beta Will Be Available 18-20 January, 2019

Anime fans are no doubt very excited to check out Bandai Namco’s Jump Force. For those unfamiliar, Jump Force is an upcoming fighting game by Bandai Namco that brings together several big names in anime, such as Naruto, Bleach, One Piece, Death Note, Dragon Ball, and so on.

Hitman Absolution, Blood Money Remasters Will Launch This Month

IO Interactive’s Hitman franchise has been going on for a while now, and if you are looking to relive some of the older titles in the franchise, you’ll be pleased to learn that Warner Bros. has announced that come 11th of January, 2019, they will be releasing the remasters of both Hitman Absolution and Blood Money.