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Xbox Series X will be backwards compatible with “thousands of games” at launch, adding HDR and 120 fps to older titles

TOPICS: compatibility, HDR, Microsoft, NVMe, SSD, Xbox, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Xbox Series X

From the original Xbox to Xbox One, Microsoft’s new console will be compatible with titles from all previous consoles as announced by the company. In fact, there will be more than just basic support for these games, the Xbox Series X will allow games from other generations to be played in HDR or even double […]

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Sherlock Holmes will have a new open-world game

TOPICS: Devil’s Daughter, Frogwares, PC, PS4, PS5, Sherlock Holmes, Sinking City, Xbox One, Xbox Series X

The Ukrainian team of Frogwares has announced its next video game, Sherlock Holmes: Chapter One. As its name invites you to think, it works as a prequel to Sherlock Holmes: Crimes & Punishments (2014) and Sherlock Holmes: The Devil’s Daughter (2016). It will be available on PC, Xbox Series X, PS5, Xbox One and PS4 […]

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DiRT 5 will be released for Xbox Series X, PS5, PC, Xbox One, PS4 and Stadia

TOPICS: Codemasters, DiRT 5, PC, PS4, PS5, rally cars, Stadia, Xbox One, Xbox Series X

Codemasters didn’t want to miss out on today’s Inside Xbox either, and took full advantage of it, unveiling the newest instalment of their off-road driving game, DiRT 5, at the event. The game will take us through iconic, exotic and scenic settings, such as New York and Rio de Janeiro, as well as remote areas […]

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The Ascent, a cyberpunk ARPG for Xbox One, Xbox Series X and PC

TOPICS: ARPG, box One, Curve Digital, cyberpunk, Neon Giant, PC, Steam, The Ascent, Xbox Series X

Curve Digital has announced The Ascent, a science fiction and cyberpunk ARPG developed by Swedish studio Neon Giant for Xbox One, Xbox Series X (with Smart Delivery) and PC (Steam). The title, which will allow you to complete your campaign alone or in co-op mode, will be available on all three platforms later this year, […]

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AMD to increase production for the launch of PS5 and Xbox Series X this year

TOPICS: AMD, AMD Zen 2, Microsoft, PS5, RDNA 2, SoCs, Sony, Xbox Series X

AMD has announced that it will increase production of its SoCs so that there are units left over for the year-end launch of next-gen, PS5 and Xbox Series X consoles. Over the past few months we’ve seen, heard and read various rumors about PS5 and Xbox Series X of all kinds, although many of them […]

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The Lord of the Rings: Gollum for PS5, Xbox Series X and PC shows its first images

TOPICS: Daedalic Entertainment, Gollum, J.R.R. Tolkien, Middle Earth, PC, PS5, Sméagol, The Lord of the Rings, Xbox Series X

Daedalic Entertainment prepares a game for the new generation starring Gollum, the creature of J.R.R. Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings. Daedalic Entertainment works in an ambitious game with the license of The Lord of the Rings, J.R.R. Tolkien’s novels, which will have Gollum as the main character. The Lord of the Rings: Gollum is currently […]

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Xbox Series X sets date for first gameplays

TOPICS: Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, E3 2020, gameplays, Inside Xbox, Microsoft, Xbox, Xbox Series X

We had been speculating for a long time about when we would see the first Xbox Series X games in action, and Microsoft has just answered this big question, without going into too much detail. On May 7, a new program, Inside Xbox, will be held to showcase the first titles to be added to […]

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Xbox Game Pass reaches 10 million subscribers

TOPICS: Microsoft, Satya Nadella, Xbox Game Pass, Xbox Live, Xbox Series X

Satya Nadella, CEO of Microsoft, announced during the quarter’s financial results report that Xbox has seen record numbers of Xbox subscriptions, including 90 million active subscribers per month on Xbox Live over the previous quarter and more than 10 million subscriptions to Xbox Game Pass, its Xbox One and PC gaming service. Nadella says millions […]

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PS5 and Xbox Series X will be a technological leap as the shift from 2D to 3D, according to Phil Spencer

TOPICS: 2D, 3D, bandwidth, CPUs, DLI, PS5, SSD, Xbox Series X

We’re getting closer to see the next generation of consoles. Phil Spencer, head of Xbox, said recently that the games catalogue will be released very soon, and Jason Ronald, engineer of the company, said that there are demos prepared and big surprises that we will see soon. With all eyes on May, Spencer has once […]

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