Posts Tagged ‘Xbox One’
Titanfall, one of the Xbox One‘s biggest exclusives – at least as far as the current generation of consoles goes – will not run at full HD, at least not at launch. Reports from IGN and Eurogamer cite Respawn Entertainment engineer Richard Baker, who confirms that Titanfall will run at 792p on the Xbox One, […]
Happy Friday, Fanatics. Are you ready to get your jealous pants on? Good, because there’s an incredibly sweet looking Titanfall themed Xbox One console that isn’t for sale.
Project Spark, the custom sandbox game/toolkit for Xbox One, is now in open beta.
With one simple tweet, the gaming community erupts. With a slight mention of the possibility of the Mass Effect series heading to the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, the masses flock to their keyboards to share their thoughts.
Since the debut of the Xbox One and PS4, resolution has been stuck in the minds of console and PC gamers.
On March 11th, Twitch will deliver an abundance of new features to the Xbox One, giving gamers and broadcasters a new and exciting way to broadcast, watch, share, and interact with one another. Coincidentally, March 11th is also the release date for Titanfall, and we suggest that you prepare yourselves for the amount of live streams that day! Check out […]
As the battle for next-gen supremacy rages on, Microsoft is hoping to get an edge on Sony by dropping the price of their Xbox One and bundling the most anticipated game of the year.
According to a press release received by Bloomberg, Sony is bragging that the Playstation 4 outsold the Xbox One roughly two-to-one in January in the United States, based on the most recent NPD report.
An accidental posting showed up on Amazon Canada’s website giving us a glimpse of a new accessory slated for the Xbox One. We know this isn’t the first time Microsoft has released remote accessories for their gaming consoles but this one looks a good deal more simplistic than their previous generations.
Today, Techland and Warner Bros. have released another new trailer for Dying Light.
According to Xbox Product Chief Mark Whitten, the Xbox One‘s March update will bring back multiplayer features from the Xbox 360, with intentions of improving the multiplayer experience in advance of the release of Titanfall.
After less than a week as the new CEO of Microsoft, The Washington Post reports Satya Nadella is reportedly under significant pressure to “abandon… non-essential product lines” and refocus on Microsoft’s bread and butter—Office, Server, and other things their business customers buy in droves.
Square Enix has gradually been revealing details on Murdered: Soul Suspects for over a year now. This week we learn that the supernatural mystery thriller will make its way to Xbox One and PlayStation 4 in addition to Xbox 360, PS3, and PC.