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The list of backwards compatible games coming to the Xbox One grows even longer, as Borderlands was successfully added today. Those who are in the Preview Program have access to the game today, and the rest of us commoners will get it once the service rolls out in November...
Microsoft has a new Xbox One model and bundle set to appeal to PC gamers. Called the Xbox One Elite, the model includes a 1 TB solid state hybrid drive, which optimizes performance by storing often accessed files in a solid state partition. The bundle with the Elite model includes a new Lunar wireless controller, designed with PC gamers in mind...
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The Xbox One already has keyboard support (perfect for typing messages at friends), but mouse support is on its way to the console.  Phil Spencer confirmed as much on Twitter, after a few people pointed out that for Windows 10 games to stream back and forth between the Xbox One and PC, the Xbox One will need both mouse and keyboard support...
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Microsoft has confirmed that the Xbox One's backwards compatibility support for Xbox 360 games will indeed include any and all DLC. However, they did drop the caveat that the DLC is up to the publisher. @SomberShadowI Hey there, good question! While the console allows it...
Halo 5: Guardians was one of Microsoft's top titles it showcased during their press conference for E3 2015. Apart from the multiplayer Warzone video, they also released a segment of the game's story mode, which unveils co-op play: Have a look: VIDEO: 1533735.mp4
During Microsoft's press conference, they've showcased brand new footage from the multiplayer segment of Halo 5: Guardians. Check it out below: VIDEO: 1533379.mp4 Halo 5: Guardians is scheduled to arrive on October 27, 2015.
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Yes, Microsoft confirmed that gamers will now be able to play their Xbox 360 games on the Xbox One. In addition they've confirmed a brand new IP for Xbox One, called ReCore. As someone wrote on Twitch! "MS wins E3." Hm, maybe... Watch the ongoing MS press conference live right here!
Microsoft seems to be spreading the info a bit early that they plan to release a new Xbox One controller next month. Supposedly, the controller is going to be uncovered during the E3 2015. According to the update on the official Xbox Support page, a 3...
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At E3, Microsoft will announce another brand new IP that will be Xbox One exclusive. Head of Xbox Phil Spencer teased this announcement over Twitter, and he also dropped that this year Xbox will focus more on first-party exclusives than they have in years...
Well, it took them long enough, but Microsoft finally uncovered the release date for Halo 5: Guardians via an ad that arrived yesterday. Check it out: VIDEO: 1505445.mp4 Halo 5: Guardians is one of those platform-exclusives that was missing when MS launched the Xbox One...
Speaking as someone who's a total fan of both Batman: Arkham Asylum and Arkham City (particularly the first one), this is pretty damn good news. Warner Bros. is most likely going to release remastered versions of both titles. The scoop is not 100 percent accurate at this time...
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A big Xbox One system update started to roll out last night that includes several new features and fixes, including the ability to finally be able to take screenshots. Before, if you wanted to take a screenshot, you had to record your gameplay, download it from the OneDrive, and then use a video editor to pull the frame you wanted...
This March the Xbox One will be bundled with the Halo: Master Chief Collection for $349 in the US. I was curious why this hadn't happened sooner, but hey, now that the Master Chief Collection has been fixed for the most part, there's no better time to bundle the Halo collection together with the console...
The GDC brought a lot of interesting news this year, amongst which is that Frontier's space shooter Elite: Dangerous, currently available only on Windows PC, is going to make its way to Xbox One (as confirmed by Microsoft's Phil Spencer). Frontier main man David Braben also sounded pretty confident when speaking how Elite: Dangerous is actually going to be great on consoles...
During Phil Spencer's GDC presentation, he covered a little more into how Windows 10 and Xbox One will work together, and in the process, dropped the bomb that Elite Dangerous will go to Xbox One. Elite Dangerous is a massively multiplayer online space simulator that has captured numerous PC gamers, including our own Vince. The sim has continuously released new features and new ships, all of which should be available on the Xbox One when the port releases this summer.
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