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  1. Xbox One Free Games With Gold Announced For May

    May is coming, and Microsoft has let slip the Games with Gold offerings for the month a bit early this time. As always, next month will bring four new games free for Xbox Live Gold members--two on Xbox One and two on Xbox 360. The first will be coming on Tuesday, May 1.
  2. Xbox One Adds 8 New Original Xbox Backwards Compatible Games Today

    It's been a long wait, but the second round of original Xbox backwards compatible games have finally arrived on Xbox One. Eight more classic Xbox titles are now playable on Microsoft's current-gen console, with another batch set to follow next week.
  3. Last Chance To Get These Free Xbox One Games With Gold

    We're coming up on the halfway point of the month, which means two of April's free Games with Gold will be going back to their regular price. Time's running out to grab them for free, so make sure to hit that download button before the sun sets on April 15.
  4. More Xbox 360 Games Get Xbox One X Enhancements

    Microsoft announced some big backwards compatibility news during tonight's Inside Xbox broadcast. Along with a huge selection of original Xbox games that will soon be playable on Xbox One, the company revealed that another batch of Xbox 360 titles are getting enhancements on its new Xbox One X console.
  5. Xbox One Adds A Bunch Of Original Xbox Backwards Compatible Games

    As teased, Microsoft revealed a bunch of new original Xbox games that will soon be backwards compatible with Xbox One. During the latest episode of Inside Xbox, the company announced that 19 original Xbox titles will be playable on the current-gen console this month, including some of the platform's most beloved releases.
  6. PUBG Xbox One Update Coming Very Soon, Patch Notes Released

    A new update is coming very soon for the Xbox One version of PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds. According to the official patch notes, Update 12 adds a new free crate and introduces a few "crucial bug fixes."
  7. Two More Xbox One Backwards Compatibility Games Now Available

    Microsoft continues to add new titles to Xbox One's backwards compatible library. Major Nelson has announced that two more Xbox 360 games are now playable on the current-gen console, following the lone title that was added last week.
  8. Here Are This Week's New Deals With Gold

    The Xbox One Spring Sale may be in full swing on the Xbox Store, but that didn't stop Microsoft from putting on its regular Deals With Gold sale this week. But with so many (seriously, so many) games being on sale already, this week's additions look kind of lightweight by comparison.
  9. April's Xbox One Game Pass Games Now Available

    It's the start of a new month, which means a new batch of games has been added to Xbox Game Pass. Subscribers to Microsoft's game service now have access to seven more titles on Xbox One, with an additional game arriving on April 11.
  10. No Man's Sky Xbox One Release Coming, Big Update Announced

    No Man's Sky is coming to Xbox One alongside a big new update, developer Hello Games has announced. The game's Xbox One release is coming at some point in 2018, while the update is also coming for free to PS4 and PC this year.
  11. Xbox Games With Gold for April Deals Released

    April’s collection of Xbox Games With Gold titles is one of the best months of the program we’ve seen in a long, long time. Three of the best games of the past two console generations will be on offer for Xbox Live subscribers beginning April 1.
  12. PUBG Xbox One Update Out Now, Here Are The Patch Notes

    PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds developer PUBG Corp. has deployed a new update for the title on Xbox One. The patch is available to download now and focuses primarily on optimizing the game's framerate, reducing crashes, and all around improving its performance.
  13. This Week's Xbox One Deals With Gold

    It's a new week, and that means more deals on Xbox Live. Microsoft's Major Nelson has now announced all of this week's Xbox Live Deals With Gold offers for Xbox One and Xbox 360--and they include some nice offers depending on what you're looking for.
  14. Microsoft Reveals E3 Plans For Xbox's "Biggest Showing Ever"

    Microsoft has officially confirmed its plans for E3 2018. Rather than have its usual presence inside the Los Angeles Convention Center, where E3 takes place, Microsoft is moving the bulk of its efforts across the street to the nearby Microsoft Theater in LA Live. The company says this will make for the company's "biggest E3 showing ever."
  15. Three New Xbox One Backwards Compatible Games Now Available

    Microsoft has bolstered the Xbox One library once again, adding more games to the backwards compatibility list. A total of three new Xbox 360 titles are all now playable on Xbox One, including a Metal Gear Solid and a Ghost Recon title.