In a recent interview with the Wall Street Journal, Microsoft boss Phil Spencer emphasised the company's plans to release first party exclusives on other consoles, namely PS4.
All the trailers we could fit into a page without crashing it from Microsoft's E3 Press Conference 2017!
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.
CPU to blame for PS4 Pro's inability to run Destiny 2 at 60fps. The title will still run in 4K on the system, and the jury's still out on Xbox Scorpio.
Pre-Orders are now open for UK developers and companies to get their hands on Microsoft's augmented / mixed reality HoloLens headset. Microsoft recently announced that the HoloLens was travelling to 6 new countries including the UK, after being available in the US since March. Since its US release, companies as big as NASA have been... Continue Reading →
Size matters when it comes to consoles, and it seems the Xbox One S has won out over Sony's PS4 when it comes to hardware heft. Netherlands based site intheGame posted these images of the size difference between the One S console and the PS4, with Microsoft's offering coming in substantially smaller. Not only that... Continue Reading →
The first handful of Xbox One S controllers are doing the rounds and bringing in some surprisingly positive reviews. The Design Lab is going down well despite its controllers demanding an extra $20 per unit, but what's kicking it out the park is the strength. Across the board, the controller is scoring incredibly highly for... Continue Reading →
Microsoft are letting people forget about the Xbox One. Project Scorpio has been out in the open for a while now, following PlayStation's progressions with their Neo idea. Its features have been rumoured and its price point speculated but one thing's in agreement, it looks nothing like any other console we've seen. This is where... Continue Reading →
It was leaked just hours ago, and now it's happening, Call of Duty: Black Ops is available now on Xbox One's backwards compatibility list. The title is arguably the series' most accomplished instalment, bringing the name into millions of households for the first time at its 2010 release. After Xbox began providing backwards compatibility for its most... Continue Reading →