Xbox Series S stock is back at Very, but you'll need to pick up a few add-ons.
Throughout the past year, there’s been no shortage of game delays. These delays have included high profile titles like Cyberpunk 2077 and Halo Infinite, and now it seems we have one more game to add to the very long list: Hogwarts Legacy. The Harry Potter-themed role playing game was first confirmed back in September, and now it appears that it … Continue reading
Co-op shooter Outriders has been delayed until April – but you can try it out for free in February.
Xbox Series S stock is back at Very and the BT Shop, but it won't stick around for long.
We take a look back at Microsoft’s service shift and next-generation developments in 2020.
2020 was a tumultuous year for gaming — well, it was a tumultuous year for everything, but in gaming’s case at least it wasn’t all bad. We got four new consoles from two of the major companies, and we got a number of wonderful games. However, several of the games we thought we were going to get were delayed to 2021. And while that sucked for us this year, it does mean we’re going into 2021 with several more games to look forward to. Here’s a list of the games which we’re most looking forward to in the coming year.… This story continues at The Next Web
Sony is staying with a more conventional methodology with the PS5, where you can play selective PS5 games.Both companies are inclining heavily at release on the libraries of more seasoned generations to balance the starting months.Microsoft Series X / SYou’ll initially have the option to get your hands on Microsoft’s upcoming consoles, the $499 Xbox Series X, and less powerful $299 Xbox Series S, when they release on November tenth.It was supposed to say a title Halo Infinite until it was postponed to 2021.On the new consoles, backward compatible games will run natively, which means that they can take benefits from their more remarkable and robust hardware for Microsoft’s new Auto HDR feature, faster load times, and others.Various older games will have optimizations on launch day for Series S and Series X, including Forza Horizon 4, Gears 5, and Sea of Thieves.And with ZeniMax Media, Microsoft’s securing of Bethesda Softworks parent organization, an Xbox Game Pass membership will get significantly better.Game Pass Ultimate $14.99 per month subscription additionally includes admittance to xCloud that is Microsoft’s cloud gaming service.The new DualSense controller is a crucial part of Sony’s strategy, too.The company ostensibly has a better and stronger release lineup than Microsoft’s with the Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales and Demon’s Souls remake as highlights, also the packaged Astro’s Playroom, which fills as an ideal exhibit for the new DualSense controller.The entire Sony’s big exclusive hits were significant reasons for PS4 to be the quickest home comfort to arrive at 100 million-unit deals.
Here's everything we know so far about Halo Infinite – the next chapter in Master Chief's story, coming to Xbox and PC.
Halo Infinite's development is looking increasingly beleaguered.
343 Industries has confirmed that there are no plans to bring Halo 5: Guardians to PC.
The PlayStation 5 has much more than Spider-Man: Miles Morales and Demon's Souls.
Sony today announced that Destruction AllStars, originally intended to be a PlayStation 5 launch title, has instead been delayed. It’ll be released next February, where it’ll be free to PlayStation Plus subscribers for two months. Considering it’s news of yet another game delay, it’s a lot more positive than it sounds. Destruction AllStars, in case you weren’t aware, is a sort of G-rated Twisted Metal, in that involves driving a bunch of cars around an arena and smashing them into each other. The company revealed in a blog post just that it’d delayed the game. It didn’t say whether the game… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Playstation
These Xbox Series X and PS5 pre-order deals can stack your library for less this week, thanks to $10 off at Best Buy.
‘It’s harder to make PC games’
The Xbox Series X has a significant advantage over the Sony PlayStation 5 before launch. Not because the devices aren’t capable of the same graphics power, or the Xbox is designed to fit under your television’s weird table any better. But because the Xbox Series X rolls with a list of games that’ll run with an image refresh rate of … Continue reading
Demon's Souls and Spider-Man: Miles Morales are the big ones, but what else is in store for new PS5 owners?
Even 343 Industries isn't sure when fans will get their hands on Halo Infinite.
Exclusive: Hasbro is celebrating the Xbox Series X game with a pair of foam dart blasters.
Here's a look at the newly announced blasters straight from the upcoming Xbox Series X shooter.
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Assuming you can get one, of course