When it comes to choosing a console, different players have different needs from their gaming devices. If you’re in the camp that just loves pure power and being able to play the best-looking games possible, then you might want to consider Microsoft’s Xbox Series X as your next gaming console.
The ESA has recently announced that they will not be hosting E3 2020 this year. This is due to the coronavirus outbreak that has infected thousands around the world, with no signs that it is slowing down anytime soon. This means that any announcements you might have expected from developers and companies may no longer be taking place.
When Microsoft launched the Xbox One, they later followed up with a more affordable model in the form of the Xbox One S. They then launched a more expensive model with the Xbox One X. We expect that this will be the same formula the company will adopt with the Xbox Series X. hence the name, where there will be a “series” of different consoles under the Xbox family.
The launch of the Xbox Series X is probably not too far off, but if you own the Xbox One and would like to get your hands on a couple of brand new controllers, you’ll be pleased to learn that Microsoft has since announced two new controller options for the console that come in an Arctic Camo and a Phantom Magenta finish.
Microsoft’s Xbox Series X is something to watch out for. However, before launch, we are getting several tiny pieces of information on what it’s capable of.In one of the podcasts, Larry Hryb (Director of Programming for the Microsoft gaming network) mentioned that a resume feature (for multiple games) will be baked in the new series X console.To further add, the resume feature will help you easily reboot the console and […]
If you still largely rely on physical formats to play your Xbox games, you know that if you want to swap out discs, you will need to press a button on the console to eject the current disc. However, what if you’d rather not press the button? After all, CD/DVD players have long had the ability to eject discs remotely, so why not the Xbox, right?
What makes a game immersive and fun to play? Obviously having a great storyline and gameplay helps. Next up is its graphics, but let’s not forget about the audio from the game, where having realistic sound effects and a killer soundtrack will no doubt help make players feel like they’re really there.
Back in 2018, Microsoft announced that they would be dipping their toes into the game streaming market with an upcoming service known as Project xCloud. This is where users can stream Xbox games onto pretty much any device. The service was later launched in preview where gamers on Android could participate in it.
One of the confirmed features of Microsoft’s next-gen Xbox is that it will offer backwards compatibility on day one. This means that gamers who have a library of Xbox One games should have no issues playing their games on the new console. However, a new report from Game-Experience.it suggests that there could be more to it.
Both Microsoft and Sony are expected to launch their next-gen consoles soon. With the previous-gen consoles, Sony very handily and easily took the lead, which we imagine was in part due to Microsoft pricing themselves out of the market at the start, allowing Sony to gain a substantial lead over the competition.
It was just the other day that Microsoft announced the name of their next-gen Xbox consoles, known as the Xbox Series X. It is an odd name which seems to suggest that the company could have multiple Xbox consoles in the works, and if you’re wondering about it as well, Microsoft has since come forward to clarify it.
One of the perks of PC gaming is that for the most part, most games remain compatible with PCs throughout the years, even after new hardware is introduced. The same can’t be said for consoles where usually after a new console generation is introduced, games bought for the previous-gen console are not playable on the new one.
Both Microsoft and Sony have confirmed the existence of their next-gen consoles, which means that the console wars are about to start anew. So, which platform will dominate this round? The previous round saw Sony lead the way by a considerable margin, but could Microsoft’s Xbox Series X take the lead this time?
So we know that Microsoft is working on their next-gen Xbox console which is also known internally as Project Scarlett. If you’re wondering what the actual console will be called, you’re in luck because Microsoft has recently officially announced their next-gen Xbox console, which the company is calling the Xbox Series X.