Xbox One Update 2016: Microsoft Announces Multiplayer Cross Play Feature
Mar 15, 2016 Microsoft has recently announced that the Xbox One Cross Play feature has been upgraded to something gamers will love.
Microsoft Announces This Week’s Deals with Gold Lineup for the Xbox One and Xbox 360
Jan 13, 2016 Microsoft has unveiled the official line-up of games that are included in this week's Deals with Gold discount program. And, like in previous offerings, only gamers with Xbox Live Gold memberships will be able to take advantage of the discounted titles for the Xbox One and Xbox 360 consoles.
Microsoft Unveils this Week’s Deals with Gold Games for the Xbox One and Xbox 360
Jan 06, 2016 The official roster for this week's Deals with Gold program has been unveiled by Microsoft. Like in previous offerings, this week's discounted games for the Xbox 360 and Xbox One consoles are only available for Xbox Live Gold members.
Lighter and Cheaper Xbox One Console Model Rumored to Arrive Next Year
Dec 31, 2015 New rumors suggest that Microsoft is planning on launching a new version of the Xbox One console next year. According to an insider, the upcoming model will be lighter than the current system and could possibly compete with a prime product from Apple.
Microsoft Addresses Shortage Issues with Elite Controller for Xbox One
Dec 29, 2015 An executive from Microsoft admitted that the company had underestimated the demand for the Elite Controller for the Xbox One gaming system. According to Chris Capossela, the company's CMO, Microsoft decided to scale back the production of the controllers due to the response it received during this year's E3 event.
Support for ‘Hey Cortana’ on Android Dropped by Microsoft in the U.S. Due to Voice Search Problems
Dec 22, 2015 Microsoft has decided to pull out a key feature of the Cortana app for the Android platform in the U.S. market. According to the tech giant, the decision was made after several users complained about the app's "Hey Cortana" voice command feature
16 New Xbox 360 Games Announced for Xbox One Consoles
Dec 18, 2015 As promised, Microsoft has recently unveiled the 16 new Xbox 360 titles that can be played using the Xbox One through the backwards compatibility service. With the latest roster update, the total of number of last-gen games that are now available for the company's next-gen console is now at 120.
New Xbox in the Works? Microsoft Says Xbox One will Not be Company’s Last Console
Dec 11, 2015 An executive from Microsoft assured gamers that the company is still dedicated to releasing a successor to the Xbox One console. Although it is still not yet clear when this new device will be unveiled, the executive noted that it will have more features than the current system.
Microsoft Boasts of Impressive Lineup of Games Coming to Xbox One in 2016
Dec 03, 2015 An executive from Microsoft is feeling very confident regarding the upcoming games that are expected to arrive for the company's Xbox One console in 2016. He even noted that Xbox One gamers will probably see the best games lineup for the console next year.
Study Shows PlayStation Dominated Black Friday Sale
Dec 01, 2015 A recent study conducted by a marketing research firm revealed that the PlayStation 4 was the top console bought by consumers during the Black Friday sale. The study also showed that Sony's next-gen console was the preferred console of a certain age group.
Sony Working on New Emulation Technology that will Allow Gamers to Play PS2 Titles on PS4
Nov 23, 2015 Sony is currently working on a new PlayStation 4 feature that could rival Microsoft's Backwards Compatibility. According to various reports, the new emulation feature allows gamers to run PlayStation 2 games on Sony's next-gen console.
Microsoft Using ‘Minecraft’ to Teach Kids Coding
Nov 18, 2015 Microsoft is getting ready to launch a program that will teach kids how to code through its "Minecraft" game. The project is part of the upcoming Hour of Code annual event that aims to show that coding can be easily learned by everyone.
Microsoft Not Worried About ‘Call of Duty: Black Ops 3’s’ Timed-Exclusive Deal with Sony
Oct 30, 2015 An executive of Microsoft's Xbox division said that the company is not worried despite losing the timed-exclusive deal for "Call of Duty: Black Ops 3" to Sony. He believes the upcoming shooter will still perform well on the Xbox One even though its future DLCs will arrive early for the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 consoles.
Microsoft Believes Xbox Exclusive ‘Tomb Raider’ Game Can Withstand Launch of New ‘Fallout’ Title
Oct 28, 2015 Microsoft is confident that the Xbox timed-exclusive title "Rise of the Tomb Raider" can stand up to the upcoming "Fallout 4," despite both games coming out on the same date. But, aside from going up against the latest installment from the "Fallout" series, the new "Tomb Raider" game is also caught in between the release of various major titles.
Developer Confirms ‘Burnout Paradise’ Coming to Xbox One
Oct 27, 2015 U.K.-based development studio Criterion Games has officially confirmed that "Burnout Paradise" will debut for the Xbox One console through Microsoft's backwards compatibility program. The studio, however, noted that the arrival of the racing game for Microsoft's next-gen gaming system still does not have a release date.