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Microsoft looks to Razer for Xbox One keyboard and mouse support

Microsoft looks to Razer for Xbox One keyboard and mouse support

It might not be much longer before we see actual keyboard and mouse support for the Xbox One. Gamers, of course, have been asking for mouse and keyboard support on the console for quite some time, and a new leak suggests that Microsoft has at least been entertaining the idea. It's teamed up with Razer to explore the possibilities too, something that suggests mouse and keyboard compatibility could actually happen.

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Xbox One won’t have VR, mixed reality and this is why

Xbox One won’t have VR, mixed reality and this is why

The Sony PlayStation might be getting a lot of flak lately over its Fortnite cross-play snub, but PS fans can now gloat over the Xbox rivals over one aspect. The PlayStation has its own VR system and, if things continue as they are now, the Xbox won’t. Microsoft is now practically going back on its own marketing that plays up the Xbox One X as being capable of “high-fidelity VR”. And beneath its reason is the simple fact that it doesn’t foresee making money out of console VR.

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Xbox One’s new avatar editor begins rolling out to Insiders at last

Xbox One’s new avatar editor begins rolling out to Insiders at last

It's been quite some time since Microsoft first revealed its diverse options for Xbox Live avatars, and now, we finally have an indication that we're closing in on launch. Microsoft has rolled out its new avatar editor to some Xbox Insiders, which means that a full release to all Xbox One owners can't be too far off. Unfortunately, the editor isn't available to all Xbox Insiders, at least not yet.

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Xbox One FastStart is now available to some Insiders

Xbox One FastStart is now available to some Insiders

Microsoft made a ton of announcements during its E3 2018 press conference, but between all the game reveals and trailers, it talked about a few new features on the way to Xbox One. One of the most interesting things Microsoft announced is a new feature called FastStart, which essentially allows players to jump into games while they're still downloading. The feature is set to go live later this month, but before it does, Microsoft has launched a preview for some Xbox Insiders.

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Fortnite on Nintendo Switch and Xbox One X side-by-side comparison

Fortnite on Nintendo Switch and Xbox One X side-by-side comparison

Massively popular battle royale game Fortnite is now available on the Nintendo Switch, and some frustrating news for PS4 users aside, it's a pretty exciting arrival. The game brings the full Fortnite experience, including fort building, of course, but some have expressed concerns over the quality. Turns out, it's not so bad.

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Next-gen Xbox “Scarlet” said to be gaming device family

Next-gen Xbox “Scarlet” said to be gaming device family

The next-gen Xbox will be a family of new consoles, not just a single successor to the Xbox One X, as the rumor mill works its magic as the backdrop to E3 2018. Although Microsoft launched a new Xbox only last year, work is unsurprisingly underway on its replacement, with an aggressive roadmap for just when we could see fresh gaming hardware hit shelves.

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Xbox Adaptive Controller accessibility gamepad goes up for preorder

Xbox Adaptive Controller accessibility gamepad goes up for preorder

Microsoft unveiled its Xbox Adaptive Controller, an accessibility controller, last month following a big leak. That same controller is now available to preorder from the company, though it still won't be shipping to buyers until September. Not familiar with the controller? Here's everything you need to know.

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Seagate Game Drive for Xbox delivers fast 2TB SSD to your console

Seagate Game Drive for Xbox delivers fast 2TB SSD to your console

It’s E3 week so, naturally, there will be a lot of games being announced. Many of those will flaunt hi-res, photo-realistic graphics. Almost all of those will eat gigabytes of storage space on your PC or console. To help you prepare for the inevitable, Seagate is announcing the availability of a new kind of Game Drive for Xbox consoles, one that promises the data capacity of an external storage with the speed of an internal drive thanks to SSD technology and USB 3.0.

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The Elder Scrolls Legends is coming to Switch, Xbox One, and PS4

The Elder Scrolls Legends is coming to Switch, Xbox One, and PS4

It's about to get a whole lot easier to play The Elder Scrolls Legends, Bethesda's surprisingly capable answer to the monster that is Hearthstone. The Elder Scrolls Legends has been available for a little over a year on PC, Mac, iOS, and Android, but later this year, Bethesda is going to greatly expand those supporting platform. At its E3 2018 press conference this evening, Bethesda revealed that The Elder Scrolls Legends will be coming to Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4.

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New Xbox consoles teased at E3 2018

New Xbox consoles teased at E3 2018

We don't expect much in the way of new hardware at E3 this year, and for the most part, Microsoft's press conference was in line with those expectations. While Microsoft didn't have new consoles to announce outright, that didn't stop Xbox boss Phil Spencer from dropping a little tease about the future of the brand. According to him, Microsoft is currently building the next Xbox consoles, so we have confirmation that the company is already preparing for the next generation.

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Microsoft confirms that it has a game streaming service in the works

Microsoft confirms that it has a game streaming service in the works

Game streaming is something that many companies have tried and failed to pin down. Sony, in fact, has been the most successful company when it comes to game streaming thanks to PlayStation Now, but obviously, Microsoft isn't just going to sit idly by while Sony rakes in those streaming bucks. At the tail of end of its E3 2018 press conference today, Microsoft confirmed that it has its own game streaming service in the works.

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Microsoft just announced three new Gears of War games

Microsoft just announced three new Gears of War games

If you went into Microsoft's E3 2018 press conference expecting Gears of War reveals, you certainly got them. Microsoft revealed a trio of new Gears of War titles today, including Gears 5. The other two games are going to provide interesting takes on the long-running franchise, especially if you happen to like collecting Funko Pop figures.

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