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Xbox One update brings AMD Freesync support, automatic TV game mode switching

Xbox One update brings AMD Freesync support, automatic TV game mode switching

Microsoft has revealed several new software improvements for the Xbox One S and Xbox One X, primarily focusing on how games are displayed on different types of monitors and TVs. While the game console will soon be getting 1440p support with the spring update — now live for testers — also on the way are support for AMD Freesync-compatible monitors and the ability for TVs to automatically switch to low latency mode.

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Sea of Thieves Xbox One S 1TB launch bundle revealed

Sea of Thieves Xbox One S 1TB launch bundle revealed

Sea of Thieves is the biggest Xbox One release we've had in a while. Not only is it the latest game from famed developer Rare, but it's also a highly anticipated Xbox One exclusive at a time where PlayStation 4 seems to be dominating that particular aspect of the console wars. It makes sense, then, that such as a big game for Microsoft would get its own launch day console bundle.

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Xbox One S and X 1440p support is finally coming

Xbox One S and X 1440p support is finally coming

Microsoft has spent a long time talking up the 4K capabilities of its Xbox One X, but what about those of us playing at other resolutions? The extra horsepower the Xbox One X provides isn't entirely wasted on displays lower than 4K, as the Xbox One X also has supersampling capabilities. This means that the Xbox One X can still beef up textures, but downscales resolution to 1080p, providing sharper visuals than you'd normally get.

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PUBG Xbox One S bundle solidifies phenomenon

PUBG Xbox One S bundle solidifies phenomenon

The surprise rise and popularity of "PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds" now has a place in history as Microsoft gave the game its own Xbox One S bundle. The game's become so popular that Microsoft's gone ahead and integrated the game with the system itself - in the same box, anyway. The game is still a download. Users will get a full download of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds with their Xbox One S PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds Bundle - no disks here!

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This Linksys WRT32XB gaming router puts Xbox One first

This Linksys WRT32XB gaming router puts Xbox One first

When it comes to networking, there's arguably no group of users quite so demanding - and easily frustrated by lag - as gamers. That's just the cohort Linksys is targeting, and Xbox One players in particular, with the new Linksys WRT32XB, designed specifically with Microsoft's console in mind.

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Microsoft’s Black Friday deals 2017: Xbox, Surface Laptop, more

Microsoft’s Black Friday deals 2017: Xbox, Surface Laptop, more

Thanksgiving isn't just about turkey, it's about escaping your relatives so you can hide in the bathroom and try to score a deal on a Surface Pro or an Xbox One S. Microsoft's Black Friday 2017 deals kick off from November 23, and they span gaming, through Windows Mixed Reality, and all the way to smart speakers. Read on for the highlights.

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Black Friday 2017: All of the big gaming deals from Sony, Nintendo, and Microsoft

Black Friday 2017: All of the big gaming deals from Sony, Nintendo, and Microsoft

In about a week and a half, a ton of different companies and manufacturers across the US will be vying for your hard earned cash through tempting Black Friday deals. Black Friday and Cyber Monday have always been huge days for the gaming industry, so it should be no surprise that the big three - Microsoft, Sony, and Nintendo - want in on the action. All three companies have announced their deals for Black Friday and Cyber Monday, and we'll outline them here in this one guide.

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Xbox One Black Friday sale at Microsoft includes Surface, too

Xbox One Black Friday sale at Microsoft includes Surface, too

Microsoft detailed all of its incoming Black Friday deals today, and it looks like the company will have a lot on offer. Microsoft's Black Friday discounts will encompass everything for Xbox One and Surface to Windows 10 mixed reality and even some services like Xbox Live and Xbox Game Pass. It even plans to get a bit of a jump on the retail holiday, launching this sale on Thanksgiving Day.

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Xbox One X HDD replacement voids warranty (and so does this screw)

Xbox One X HDD replacement voids warranty (and so does this screw)

Those gamers making an attempt at taking apart the Xbox One X to replace its HDD, take heed: it's not just a simple matter of screws and swapping. As we first addressed in our original full Xbox One X teardown and unboxing, there's a warranty break that takes place almost immediately upon attempting to open this hardware up. Today we're going to run everything necessary in replacing said HDD - as well as a set of reasons why most people will want to avoid it.

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Xbox One X setup guide : 10 simple steps

Xbox One X setup guide : 10 simple steps

Today we're running down a list of steps a new Xbox One X user should take to create an ideal experience for themselves right out the package. Some of these steps might seem obvious, some you might never have considered. All of these steps come from gamers who already have the console and have reported in with their best advice.

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Xbox One X Release Games : The best 5 to start!

Xbox One X Release Games : The best 5 to start!

The Xbox One X has a vast collection of games available to it at launch - today we're running down some of the best. What follows is an account of the best looking and most fulfilling games on the market either immediately or very, very soon for Xbox One X. While a couple of these games are only newly re-released for Xbox One X, they all look better than they ever have before, here on Xbox One X.

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Android TV YouTube TV app released with Xbox One in close pursuit

Android TV YouTube TV app released with Xbox One in close pursuit

Users of Android TV devices as well as those using Xbox One will soon be able to access YouTube TV. This app allows users access to live television, bringing Google into the wide world of broadcasting. You remember - that sort of video streaming that was interrupted by commercials every 10 minutes or so, and in most cases even more often than that?

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