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Civilization VI finally arrives on PS4 and Xbox One this fall

Civilization VI finally arrives on PS4 and Xbox One this fall

Hit strategy game Civilization VI, a title that was released in May 2016, will finally be released on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles. The arrival will happen more than a year after the game made its console debut on the Nintendo Switch, giving other console players an opportunity to enjoy the game that is already available on PC, Mac, and iPad.

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Project xCloud public preview sees Microsoft and T-Mobile partner

Project xCloud public preview sees Microsoft and T-Mobile partner

With the Project xCloud public preview on the horizon, Microsoft has chosen T-Mobile as one of its technical partners for this test. Assuming they've been accepted into the public preview program, T-Mobile customers will be able to stream certain Xbox One titles over the carrier's mobile network. Aside from the limited number of invites Microsoft is planning to send out, there are also some requirements on T-Mobile's end before you'll be able to stream Project xCloud games.

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Tonight’s PlayStation State of Play just got an Inside Xbox chaser

Tonight’s PlayStation State of Play just got an Inside Xbox chaser

Later today, Sony is set to go live with its latest State of Play broadcast. Not willing to let Sony enjoy all the spotlight itself, Microsoft has announced that it too will be hosting a livestream tonight. The latest episode of Inside Xbox is set to premiere shortly after Sony's State of Play, so it's a pretty exciting day for console fans.

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Pair your Xbox One and PS4 controller to iPhone with iOS 13: Here’s how

Pair your Xbox One and PS4 controller to iPhone with iOS 13: Here’s how

There's been so much news about Apple lately that one new feature in iOS 13 may have been overlooked by the larger Apple user base. With the new operating system comes new functionality for a wider range of Bluetooth controllers. This is Apple making good on a promise it made earlier in the year to expand Bluetooth functionality within iOS 13, and it's good news for anyone who plays games on console.

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Terminator: Resistance trailer isn’t Colonial Marines… we hope

Terminator: Resistance trailer isn’t Colonial Marines… we hope

The trailer begins with a block of TERMINATOR lettering that says we'll be playing in Los Angeles, 2028, 31 years after Judgement Day. It looks a whole lot like we're going to be playing a first person shooter like METRO Exodus but with terminator machines and sound effects and visuals instead of post-apocalyptic Russian monster madness.

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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare will have cross-platform play

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare will have cross-platform play

The release of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is nearly upon us, and when it arrives, it'll be bringing cross-platform play with it. This is a big deal for a Call of Duty game, as it's one of the most enduringly popular franchises around. Crossplay will be going live across PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC, so regardless of the platform your friends are playing on, you'll be able to play with them.

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Fortnite Special Edition Controller for Xbox One now available

Fortnite Special Edition Controller for Xbox One now available

Remember the special Fortnite Xbox One console edition Microsoft introduced earlier this summer? The bundle included a purple console alongside a dark purple wireless controller, both styled after the game's iconic Storm. If you didn't pick up one of those bundles because you already own a console, Microsoft has some good news for you: the controller is now available to purchase a standalone item.

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Cyberpunk 2077 deep dive gameplay trailer reveals more Keanu

Cyberpunk 2077 deep dive gameplay trailer reveals more Keanu

The game Cyberpunk 2077 will include futuristic landscapes, cybernetic implants in humans, new types of vehicles and weapons, and other science fiction elements, but none of that matters. Not when the game also has Keanu Reeves, aka Johnny Silverhand, "a rebel rocker boy who will be your companion throughout your adventure in Night City."

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Xbox Live Games with Gold for September could be its broadest line-up yet

Xbox Live Games with Gold for September could be its broadest line-up yet

With September on the horizon, Microsoft has revealed the next round of titles that will be offered through Xbox Live's Games with Gold. As always, these games will be free to download to everyone who has a subscription to Xbox Live Gold, which is required to play Xbox One and Xbox 360 games online. September's games cover a wide range of genres, from shooters and stealth games to puzzle and fighting games.

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16-bit Aladdin, The Lion King games on the way to modern platforms [Update]

16-bit Aladdin, The Lion King games on the way to modern platforms [Update]

Last night, a very interesting rumor started making the rounds, claiming that Disney had plans to re-release video games based on Aladdin and The Lion King from the 16-bit era. It didn't take long for that rumor to be confirmed, with Nighthawk Interactive revealing today that it's acting as publisher on Disney Classic Games: Aladdin and The Lion King.

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Xbox One owners are not safe from contractors listening on them

Xbox One owners are not safe from contractors listening on them

The past weeks have been filled with news about smart assistants not just accidentally listening to conversations but those utterances being heard by complete strangers. That, however, it turns out wasn't just limited to the likes of Google Assistant or Amazon Alexa. Even the likes of Microsoft Skype has been subjected to the same treatment so it's no surprise that even the Xbox One console is now reported to have been accidentally recording conversations for human ears to hear without the owner's knowledge.

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More Xbox exclusives on other consoles? Don’t get your hopes up

More Xbox exclusives on other consoles? Don’t get your hopes up

Earlier this week, Nintendo announced that Ori and the Blind Forest is coming to the Switch later this year. That was a particularly surprising announcement because up until it happened, Ori and the Blind Forest was an Xbox One console exclusive. If you thought that maybe this meant Microsoft would consider bringing other exclusives to platforms like the Switch and the PlayStation 4, you might want to pump the breaks, because Microsoft says that isn't happening.

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