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Xbox Live Black Friday digital game sales kick off for some

Xbox Live Black Friday digital game sales kick off for some

Black Friday is still a little more than a week away, but Microsoft has kicked off its Xbox game deals early for certain folks. If you're subscribed to Xbox Live Gold or Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, you can now peruse the digital game deals Microsoft is offering for Black Friday. The sale will run until December 2nd, giving you about a week and a half to pick up any games you may want.

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Toyota returns to Forza Horizon 4 next month

Toyota returns to Forza Horizon 4 next month

With the Los Angeles Auto Show officially kicking off this weekend, Toyota has some big news for fans of racing games: it's coming back to Forza. Specifically, Toyota cars will debut in Forza Horizon 4 next month, marking the end of the automaker's strange absence from one of the most popular racing series around.

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Xbox One update gives more info on what your friends are playing

Xbox One update gives more info on what your friends are playing

On the heels of the big November 2019 update for Xbox One, Microsoft is pushing another update to consoles in the near future. This update is a small one, but it adds some neat functionality as it allows you to get more information on what your friends are playing. Viewing your friends list and selecting a friend that's currently in-game will surface an information panel on that title.

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The Game Awards reveals all nominees for 2019

The Game Awards reveals all nominees for 2019

We're coming up on the annual Game Awards, and ahead of the show's December 12th premiere, Geoff Keighley has revealed all of the nominees for 2019. As there have been in recent years, 2019's Game Awards are packed with different categories, ranging from best eSports coach all the way up to the big kahuna, game of the year.

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Logitech G Adaptive Gaming Kit wants to outfit your Xbox Adaptive Controller

Logitech G Adaptive Gaming Kit wants to outfit your Xbox Adaptive Controller

Last year, Microsoft got a lot of positive attention when it launched its Xbox Adaptive Controller. The controller, essentially, is meant to be a customizable input method for those with disabilities, sporting two oversized buttons and a traditional D-pad on the front. With a row of 3.5mm jacks running along the top of the controller, the Xbox Adaptive Controller allows for a fine level of customization, assuming that users can find attachments that fit their needs. Logitech is looking to help with that last part by announcing the Logitech G Adaptive Gaming Kit today.

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Xbox One November 2019 update arrives with Google Assistant and more

Xbox One November 2019 update arrives with Google Assistant and more

After an X019 kick-off that included the reveal of a new Rare title and the news that the Project xCloud preview is heading to Windows 10 next year, Microsoft has delivered the November 2019 for Xbox One. This update in particular in a pretty big one, as it delivers Google Assistant functionality and a significant improvement to gamertags.

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Final Fantasy comes to Xbox Game Pass, Final Fantasy XIV promised

Final Fantasy comes to Xbox Game Pass, Final Fantasy XIV promised

At its X019 event, Microsoft practically tried to steal Google's thunder just as the latter is about to launch its Stadia game streaming service. Not only did Microsoft confirm 50 games for Project xCloud, a stark contrast to Stadia's starting 12, it also revealed that xCloud will also dip its toes into the Xbox Game Pass subscription service. That opens the doors to dozens more game, including the newly announced arrival of most of the Final Fantasy series, with a big one still promised to come.

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Minecraft Dungeons release date and Xbox Game Pass details revealed

Minecraft Dungeons release date and Xbox Game Pass details revealed

Today at XO19, Microsoft and Mojang brought some new information about the dungeon crawler adventure by the name of Minecraft Dungeons. This game is like Diablo 4 in an alternate universe. Inside the Minecraft Universe, players will explore many different environments with a real boxy sort of base. This system will be available inside 2020.

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Everwild trailer reveals Rare’s next game for Xbox One

Everwild trailer reveals Rare’s next game for Xbox One

Microsoft's X019 event is underway, and one of the biggest attention-getters during a special episode of Inside Xbox was the reveal of Rare's next game. It's been a while since we've seen one of these Rare game announcements, as the last one was the reveal of Sea of Thieves during E3 2015. Now we know that its next title will be called Everwild, and though the game is still early on in development, the company is giving us an early look today.

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The Witcher 3 might be the next big title for Xbox Game Pass

The Witcher 3 might be the next big title for Xbox Game Pass

The Witcher 3 has enjoyed an enduring reputation as one of the best games of this generation. If you're among the people who hasn't played it yet, you may soon get your chance, assuming that you're subscribed to Xbox Game Pass. A new ad that apparently aired before it was supposed to suggests that The Witcher 3 will be coming to Microsoft's game subscription service soon.

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Disney Plus starter kit: 10 key details at launch

Disney Plus starter kit: 10 key details at launch

You just opened Disney Plus (or Disney+ if you prefer) for the first time and you're feeling overwhelmed. Or you've been using Disney Plus for a while now, and you wonder if there's anything you've missed. If you're looking for a "what to watch on Disney Plus" sort of article, you can find that on SlashGear too - but THIS article is all about getting started out right.

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Xbox Surprise Me button will remind Insiders about games they forgot

Xbox Surprise Me button will remind Insiders about games they forgot

Given how easy it is to purchase games these days, provided you have the funds, of course, it's not unusual for a single gamer to accumulate dozens or even hundreds of titles in their collection. Many of them have probably gathered digital dust even before they have been played once. Some may have even been lost to memory, at least not until the Xbox's upcoming feature surprises them with a suggestion to play a game owners might have forgotten they even have.

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