Microsoft's game-streaming service, xCloud, has introduced five more games, including one of the company's 2020 exclusives.
Available now in the xCloud beta on Android are Ori and the Will of the Wisps, Batman: Arkham Knight, Mortal Kombat X, Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham, and Pillars of Eternity.
These games are available in the xCloud service right now.
Microsoft has released a new Xbox app that aims to give parents more control over what games their children can access and how long they are allowed to play, among other things.
The new "Xbox Family Settings" app lets you set screen time limits on a daily and weekly basis, while it also allows you to provide, for example, more time on the weekends and less during the week.
Minecraft Dungeons, the new dungeon crawler Minecraft spin-off that puts adventuring, looting, and combat above building and crafting, is out now on PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One (included in Xbox Game Pass), and Nintendo Switch.
The free-to-play shooter Warface is getting a spin-off game--and it's launching today.
Warface: Breakout releases today for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, and it's a new competitive first-person online shooter that's inspired by Counter-Strike.
The Xbox Game Pass subscription service is getting another high-profile game, with Hello Games' space exploration title No Man's Sky headed to the catalog in June.
Launching on Xbox Game Pass opens up a huge audience for No Man's Sky, as the subscription service has 10 million subscribers and counting.
The new podcast series featuring former Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aime has announced its next guest, and it's none other than current Xbox boss Phil Spencer.
Spencer will joins Fils-Aime and journalist Harold Goldberg on the "Talking Games with Reggie & Harold" podcast. In
Following a massive update that brought some new modes to Call of Duty: Warzone, developer Infinity Ward has announced that the Classic Battle Royale mode is now playable in Trios on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.
The Classic Battle Royale mode, which was announced a little earlier this month, does just as the name implies.
Microsoft has been drip-feeding information about its next-gen console, Xbox Series X, ever since it was first revealed at The Game Awards 2019--we've heard details about how Xbox Series X will handle backwards compatibility, for example, as well as what the console's specs will be.
Game developers are excited about the potential of next-generation console hardware, and as we get closer to seeing the Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5 become a reality, devs are giving us more detail about what those upgrades actually mean.
In an interview with Wccftech, game director Stuart Tilley of Firesprite, the studio behind horror game The Persistence, talked about what the SSD technology--and its faster load times--means for games developed on next-gen consoles.
"The SSD is going to be massive to allow us to create larger worlds that load faster, to move quicker within them.
One of the key pillars of Microsoft's next-generation strategy is Xbox Game Pass, and it could be a game-changer for the Xbox Series X and Microsoft's overall ambition for the future of gaming long-term.
Assassin's Creed Valhalla is in the works for the launch of both PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X (as well as PC and current systems), and it's going to introduce a few changes to the Assassin's Creed formula.
As 2020 continues, we're bound to learn more information about next-generation games coming to PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X, and a recent Inside Xbox stream revealed another game coming to both next-gen consoles.
Epic is making the same tools that allow Fortnite to have cross-play across all platforms free for developers as a part of Epic Online Services.
Alongside the official announcement and unveiling of the Unreal Engine 5 recently, Epic has revealed that it has finally launched the full version of the services with support for PC, Xbox One, PC, Nintendo Switch, and Mac.