From Scorpio to VR, from Gears of War to Sea of Thieves, Microsoft has a tricky year on its hands that it needs to nail at E3 2017. Here's what you should expect from Xbox creators this year.
Three more games were added to the Xbox One's popular backwards compatibility program. Assassin's Creed (2007) joins Assassin's Creed II on the roster, alongside Dark Void and Grid 2. Xbox's backwards compatibility program began last year, and has since proved immeasurably favourable with the fans. It's seen 360 titles like Halo, Fallout, Gears of War, and The Witcher benefit from added features on the Xbox One system such... Continue Reading →
"We have nothing but heart-felt thanks for the members of Lionhead and Press Play for their contributions to Xbox and gaming. We are committed to working closely with those affected by today’s news to find them new opportunities at Xbox, or partnering with the broader development community to help place them in jobs elsewhere in... Continue Reading →
Gears of War: Ultimate Edition was released last year on Xbox One, and since then Microsoft have taken their sweet time with the PC version. An encyclopaedic remaster and assimilation of pretty much all the Gears of War content to date, the title made a big impression when it landed. Now we know why it took so long.... Continue Reading →