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  1. Xbox Games With Gold For February 2019

    The month's mid-point has come, which means that the Xbox Games With Gold have cycled over into the next set. February's previous games are still available through the end of the month, while this new batch will be available to download through mid-March.
  2. Sea Of Thieves Cross-Play Update

    As Rare's high-seas adventuring game Sea of Thieves approaches the first anniversary of its release, the studio has addressed some player feedback. In the hopes of balancing and providing consistently enjoyable content for players in its open-world sandbox, the developer took to YouTube to announce that, in a future update, Xbox One and PC cross-play will be optional.
  3. New Xbox One Backwards Compatible Games Are Now Available

    Microsoft has announced that two more games and their corresponding expansions are now backwards compatible on Xbox One. All four titles are a part of EA's Command and Conquer franchise.
  4. Another Xbox Game Is Free To Play This Weekend

    If you've yet to pick up a copy of Dragon Ball FighterZ, you can now try the game out for free on Xbox One. As part of Microsoft's Free Play Days promotion, Xbox Live Gold subscribers can download and play the critically acclaimed Dragon Ball fighting game at no charge this weekend.
  5. New Xbox One Games With Gold Now Available

    We're midway through January, which means the second half of this month's free Games with Gold are now available. Through the end of the month, Xbox Live Gold subscribers can grab another pair of titles at no charge on Xbox One and Xbox 360, and they'll be yours to keep and play so long as you have an active subscription.
  6. Xbox Game Pass Adds Two More Games

    The Xbox Game Pass catalogue has added two more games, while four are leaving "soon." Titles added the library today include the fighting game Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 and the open-world action game Just Cause 3.
  7. Xbox Game Pass Adds Life Is Strange 2, Absolver, And More In January

    Xbox Game Pass subscribers will get a fresh batch of new and not-so-new Xbox One games this month, including Absolver, Ark: Survival Evolved, and the first chapter of Life is Strange 2.
  8. January's Xbox Games With Gold Are Now Available

    Xbox Live Gold subscribers can now get their first free games of 2019. That's because two of January's Games with Gold are now available on Xbox Live. Better yet, the games in question were well-received--which isn't always the case for these freebies--so you'll probably want to give them a shot if you haven't tried them yet.
  9. Xbox One Games With Gold For January 2019 Revealed

    With the end of December draws near, Microsoft has announced the Xbox Games With Gold for January 2019. It's a solid lineup of Xbox One and Xbox 360 games that anyone with an Xbox Live Gold membership will be able to download for free during various times throughout the month. Let's take a look at the first games that will be available in the new year.
  10. Xbox One Game Deals On Xbox Live This Week

    It's the last week before Christmas, so you might think video game sellers would be pulling out all the stops to get your last-minute holiday spending. That's the case with many retailers, like Best Buy, PlayStation Store, and GOG, but Xbox Live's weekly sale is tiny in comparison.
  11. Xbox One Backwards Compatibility Won't Get More Games Until 2019

    There will be no further additions to the Xbox One's backwards compatibility catalog until the New Year, Microsoft has confirmed. Microsoft's Larry "Major Nelson" Hryb wrote on Twitter that Xbox is pausing releases until 2019 because the team is taking some time off for the holidays.
  12. Formerly Delayed Game Below Revealed A New Trailer

    Below, the tough roguelike from Capybara Games, is finally--yes, really this time--coming out. The indie title for Xbox One and PC will launch on December 14, the studio confirmed today.
  13. Xbox One Backwards Compatibility Adds Three More Games

    The Xbox One's backwards compatibility catalogue continues to grow bigger still. As announced on Twitter by Major Nelson, the new Xbox 360 additions to the backwards compatibility library on Xbox One today include three titles from 2K Games: The Darkness, The Bureau: XCOM Declassified, and Duke Nukem Forever.
  14. Free Xbox One Games With Gold For December Announced

    Here are the titles you'll be able to download for free during specific windows during the month of December.
  15. PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds Available on Xbox Game Pass Next Week

    PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds will be available to all Xbox Game Pass subscribers beginning Monday, Microsoft announced today at its X018 gala in Mexico City.
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