In the wake of this year’s E3 being postponed to later in the year, both Xbox and Nintendo have expressed interest in hosting digital alternatives.
This week Microsoft has quietly revealed some new details about the Xbox Series X, confirming a few assumptions some people had made about the upcoming console.
Microsoft has announced that the next-generation Xbox will launch with backward compatibility from the first day of launch.
Following the reveal of the design of the Xbox Series X, fans have taken to social media to share their ideas for limited edition designs.
During The Game Awards 2019, Phil Spencer, Xbox Head, took to the stage to reveal the console behind the codename Project Scarlett, the Xbox Series X.
Microsoft revealed that its titles will be available not only on Xbox Live and Windows Store, but also via third-party storefronts such as Steam.
According to an internal email from Executive Vice President Gaming at Microsoft, Phil Spencer, Xbox is planning to go big on streaming at E3 in 2019.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella made a bold statement of intent today as he revealed the company’s intention to create a “Netflix for games.” Nadella was clarifying the purpose of Project xCloud, announced by Microsoft in October last year. Back then the company promised “state-of-the-art global game-streaming technology” which would allow players to stream games onto […]
Head of Xbox, Phil Spencer, doesn’t think that game streaming is going to replace traditional game downloads or loading them from a disc in the near future.
Kenichiro Yoshida, Sony CEO gave the very first official word on the successor console to the PS4, what many would call the PlayStation 5.