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Anthem launches on Xbox One and PC

  Everyone can pretend to be Iron Man now! Anthem is a shared-world third-person shooter from BioWare. BioWare is the studio behind famous franchises like Dragon Age and Mass Effect. The title launched on February 22, but if you’re on PC and an Origin Access Premier subscriber, you gained access … Continue reading

Crackdown 3 full Xbox One achievements list revealed

Some of them will be quite challenging. Crackdown 3 was supposed to launch many months ago, but was pushed back to February 15, 2019 to polish up the experience. Luckily, it looks like this release date will stick because it’s available for digital preorder now through the Xbox Store. You … Continue reading

Rocket League now features full cross-platform play between PS4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC

Psyonix has announced that Rocket League’s long-requested PlayStation Cross-Play Beta support is now live, meaning that players on PS4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC can finally indulge in a spot of four-wheeled footie together as one. You might also like to know about cross-platform applications This time last year, of … Continue reading

List of Xbox One mouse and keyboard games

  Here’s every Xbox One mouse and keyboard game confirmed so far. Mouse and keyboard support has made its highly-anticipated Xbox One debut, offering an official alternative to the standard Xbox One controller. With tools now in the hands of developers, Microsoft has unveiled the initial wave of titles packing … Continue reading

Microsoft reportedly planning 4K Windows Hello webcam for Windows 10, Xbox

  The webcam could bring facial recognition and automatic sign-ins to any Windows 10 PC or Xbox. As Surface chief Panos Panay continues ot hint at new hardware opportunities for the brand’s future, it sounds like Microsoft may already have at least one in the cards: a 4K webcam. Read … Continue reading

‘Ashen’ publisher confirms Xbox Play Anywhere support is coming (update)

The PC game store wars are heating up, with Epic Games firing off major salvos at last night’s Game Awards. Xbox Play Anywhere seems to be among the first casualties. Updated December 7, 2018: Since writing this article, Microsoft’s official Xbox Play Anywhere list has been updated to remove Ashen … Continue reading

The Xbox Adaptive Controller joins a London design museum gallery

One of the world’s leading design museums is featuring Microsoft’s groundbreaking controller for gamers with disabilities. Microsoft’s Xbox Adaptive Controller is one of the company’s most important products in recent times, allowing gamers with a wide variety of disabilities to play their favorite titles with ease. And now, coinciding with … Continue reading