Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare is just a few weeks away, but before that can hit the scene, Activision and Treyarch need to wrap up Black Ops 3. Technically, that's already happened, with the fourth and final DLC pack for the game, Salvation, going live on PlayStation 4 a month ago. Now, after that period of timed exclusivity, it's getting ready to launch on Xbox One and PC.
Gears of War 4 is the Xbox One's big exclusive title this holiday season, and Microsoft is doing all it can to make sure as many gamers pick up a copy as possible. To make things easy, the company has announced two new bundle options that pair GoW4 with the new Xbox One S, in addition to the previous limited edition bundle that features a 2TB console in crimson red.
Battleborn, the recently released first-person hero shooter from the developers of Borderlands, mostly scored well among critics, but has been little more than a flop among gamers (thanks in part, no doubt, to the release of Blizzard's Overwatch). However, developer Gearbox is committed to continuing support for the game, and it appears that a shake-up in how it's sold is part of their plans. In other words, Battleborn will be going free-to-play in a manner, with extra content and options requiring purchase.
Microsoft's Project Scorpio promises to be quite the step up from the current Xbox One, but how much is that boost in graphics capability going to cost? Obviously an exact price won't come out until closer to the console's release, which is currently scheduled for next year, but in a recent interview with NZGamer, Xbox boss Phil Spencer gives us an idea of what to expect.
When you see people talking about the Xbox One's backwards compatibility, one game that frequently comes up is Lost Odyssey. Backwards compatibility for Lost Odyssey, widely considered to be one of the best RPGs on Xbox 360, has been endlessly requested since day one, and now its time has arrived: Microsoft announced today that Lost Odyssey is finally playable on Xbox One.
We're less than two weeks out from the launch of Gears of War 4, and if you remain on the fence about whether or not you'll pick the game up, Microsoft is hoping that new gameplay video might sway you. This isn't a typical trailer, though, as Microsoft and developer The Coalition actually take us through the game's prologue missions.
Given the the immense crowdfunding success of Wasteland 2, it was a pretty safe assumption that we'd someday see a Wasteland 3. That possibility became a reality today, with developer inXile officially unveiling Wasteland 3 and dropping a few details on what to expect. The game promises to have similar mechanics to the ones that made the revival of the Wasteland series so successful, except for one fairly major addition: support for co-op play.
When the original Destiny launched, some PC players were dismayed to see that the game wouldn't be coming to their platform of choice. That may be changing with Destiny 2, as new reports claim the sequel will be coming to PC alongside consoles. These reports also claim that Destiny 2 could potentially leave player characters from the first game behind, something that clashes with Bungie's original vision for Destiny as a franchise.
Earlier this month, the FOX Sports Go app launched for Roku, arguably the most popular set-top-box platform on the market. Many people use other devices to stream their content, though, including Google’s Chromecast and the Xbox One. As of today, owners of both those platforms can also download and use the FOX Sports Go app, joining the Android, Apple TV, Fire TV, and Roku users who already have access.
It's hard to avoid talk of Battlefield 1 ever since the game's multiplayer beta wrapped up, but one topic that's been notably missing from discussion is the game's single-player campaign. While multiplayer tends to be the primary focus of games like these, many of them do ship with a single-player component for players who prefer a little story with their gunplay, and Battlefield 1 will be no exception. Today, we're getting a look at that campaign in the newest Battlefield 1 trailer.
Imagining just how much Microsoft and Lamborghini would charge for the ultra-limited edition Xbox One S you see here is kind of painful to think about, but the good news (we guess) is that the two companies aren't even giving you a chance to worry about price. That's because this one-of-a-kind Xbox One S won't be available for sale - instead, they'll be giving it away to one Australian consumer who picks up a copy of Forza Horizon 3, which launches today around the world.