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  • Xbox To Buy Activision Blizzard

    Xbox To Buy Activision Blizzard

    Xbox has announced a deal to buy Activision Blizzard, the company behind Call of Duty, World of Warcraft and many other major gaming franchises – coming in at a stupefying $68.7 billion. Announced on Xbox Wire, the deal means Xbox now owns the likes of Call of Duty, Warcraft, Overwatch, Diablo, Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater, […] More

  • Video: Shadow Man Remastered Switch, Xbox One & PS4 graphics tests

    Video: Shadow Man Remastered Switch, Xbox One & PS4 graphics tests

    Long ago, in 1999, Shadow Man released on the PlayStation 1, PC, Dreamcast and Nintendo 64. Since then, a re-release of the game happened in 2013, but only for Steam and on the GOG.com digital distribution platform. A remaster of the game was announced a couple of years ago, and in 2021, it released on […] More

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    Next Week on Xbox: January 17 to 21

    Welcome to Next Week on Xbox! In this weekly feature, we cover all the new games coming soon to Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and Windows PC as well as upcoming Xbox Game Pass and soon-to-be released [email protected] games! You can get more details on these games below and click their profiles for pre-order details […] More

  • Microsoft is no longer producing Xbox One consoles

    Microsoft is no longer producing Xbox One consoles

    Microsoft has stopped manufacturing Xbox One S consoles in order to focus on the production of Xbox Series X/S. News of Xbox One production ceasing was confirmed by Microsoft to The Verge. The company stopped making Xbox One X back in July 2020, but Xbox One S manufacturing continued until the end of the year. […] More

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    Spelunky 2 Available Today with Xbox Game Pass

    Spelunky 2 is out now on Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and Windows 10! It’s also launching with Xbox Game Pass and PC Game Pass, so it’s the perfect time to play the sequel to the classic roguelike platformer that has delighted and frustrated so many players over the years. When the original Spelunky came […] More

  • Hitman Trilogy Is Coming Next Week, and It's On Xbox Game Pass

    Hitman Trilogy Is Coming Next Week, and It’s On Xbox Game Pass

    IO Interactive has announced that the Hitman Trilogy Collection will be launching next week, and it’s coming straight to Game Pass. IO Interactive is combining all three of its Hitman games into one single package that fans will be able to get their hands on next week. Officially launching on January 20, the collection will […] More

  • Microsoft Discontinued the Xbox One Line at the End of 2020

    Microsoft Discontinued the Xbox One Line at the End of 2020

    Microsoft quietly discontinued manufacturing all Xbox One consoles at the end of 2020, the company has revealed. As reported by The Verge, Microsoft has stated that it stopped producing Xbox One consoles at the end of 2020 in order to focus its efforts on its new generation of consoles. “To focus on production of Xbox […] More

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    The Most Anticipated Games of 2022 (According to Team Xbox)

    The new year is finally upon us, so it’s time to finish up those 2021 gaming backlogs in anticipation of the games coming out in 2022. Here at Team Xbox, we’re always looking forward to what’s just over the horizon, so we’ve been giving some thought to our most anticipated titles releasing in 2022. What […] More

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    Xbox and PS5 Stock Issue: Phil Spencer Blames Demand

    Head of Xbox Phil Spencer has said that Xbox Series X and PS5 stock isn’t to blame for the ongoing console shortage, it’s the unprecedented demand that’s causing the problem. Spencer made this comment while talking to New York Times (via Video Games Chronicle) where he revealed that console supply is “actually as big as […] More

  • Xbox boss Phil Spencer says Xbox Live is ‘not a free speech platform’

    Xbox boss Phil Spencer says Xbox Live is ‘not a free speech platform’

    In a New York Times podcast interview on Monday, Phil Spencer, the head of Xbox for Microsoft, posited another cross-platform cooperative effort in which getting banned on Xbox Live would lead to similar sanctions on PlayStation Network or other online gaming services. “This is a hard one as an industry,” Spencer allowed, “[but] when somebody […] More

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