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  1. Xbox One October Update Out Now, Here's What It Does

    Much like the PlayStation 4's 7.00 update, which is out now, Xbox One's October update is available to download and it brings many "fan feedback-driven features" like new family settings, wishlist notifications, and more.
  2. Sea Of Thieves’ Smuggler’s Fortune Update Is Now Live, And It Adds Pets

    Sea of Thieves developer Rare is continuing to roll out monthly updates to the game, this time with September’s free Smuggler’s Fortune patch.
  3. Xbox One Games With Gold For September 2019 Announced

    The Xbox One's Games With Gold for next month have been revealed, and if you're a fan of silently--or not so silently--assassinating rich, powerful, and evil targets, then you're in luck.
  4. Halo: Reach Xbox One Beta Delayed, And Here's Why

    Halo: Reach is coming to Xbox One, but the wait for it just got longer. Developer 343 Industries has now confirmed that the first "flight," or beta test, has been delayed.
  5. New Xbox One Games With Gold For August 2019 Announced

    A new month means new free games for Xbox Live Gold members, who can claim two Xbox One and two Xbox 360 games (which are backwards-compatible with Xbox One) as part of Games With Gold. August's free games have finally been revealed, and it's a solid batch of games for Xbox owners this month.
  6. Xbox One July Update Out Now, Here's What It Does

    The next big update for Xbox One is out now, and it includes some changes to Xbox Game Pass and improved Alexa support for voice commands. Starting with the new Xbox Game Pass features, a new "Play Later" tab has been introduced. As its name suggests, this is a hub where you can add games as a reminder to yourself to play later.
  7. Games With Gold July As Well As Five Games Leaving The Game Pass

    Two days before the end of the month, and on a Saturday, no less, Major Nelson announced the four titles being offered on Xbox Live Games with Gold for July 2019. It’s another light-hitting month, which correlates to Microsoft’s push to get Gold subscribers to add on Xbox Game Pass.
  8. Xbox Game Pass Adds Rare Replay And Goat Simulator

    Xbox Game Pass subscribers will get access to four more games before the end of June, Microsoft announced on Wednesday. This will be the first update to Game Pass to include games for Microsoft’s newly announced Xbox Game Pass for PC. While games in Game Pass are now separated by whether they’re available on PC or console, Xbox Game Pass Ultimate will grant access to all of the games.
  9. Se7enSins + XLink Kai Community Halo 2 Tournament

    Se7enSins and the XLink H2 community are teaming up to bring an updated, newly constructed XLink Kai definitive Halo 2 [modded] mappack tournament to all the old school (and maybe some of you new school) players! Every map in the mappack that will be hosted has been obsessively handpicked by our resident Halo 2 connoisseurs to ensure ALL the maps are System Link Compatible, ALL are fan favorites, and 16 additional maps to feature Halo 3 weapons.
  10. Xbox Is Changing How Gamertags Work In Latest Update

    At E3 2019, Microsoft announced major changes to the Xbox Live Gamertag system.
  11. Age of Empires 2: Definitive Edition Coming To Xbox Game Pass

    At Microsoft’s E3 2019 Xbox showcase, it showed off a new trailer for the Age of Empires 2: Definitive Edition. Fans of the 20-year-old RTS can play the remastered version of the game on their computers with the Game Pass program.
  12. Xbox Is Doing A Crossover With Lynx To Power Up Your Game

    What does Xbox smell like? You may soon be able to find out. Microsoft has partnered with Lynx to create a new fragrance called Lynx Xbox. The range includes body spray, deodorant, and shower gel, so really all of your bases are covered.
  13. Xbox One Backwards Compatible List Gains Two New Games

    Larry "Major Nelson" Hryb has revealed two more Xbox 360 games are now backwards compatible on Xbox One. As usual, you can play the games on Xbox One if you already own them, but both are available for purchase on the console's online marketplace as well.
  14. New Xbox One Backward Compatibility Games Out Now

    Xbox One players have two more games they can now play on their console. Microsoft's director of programming for Xbox Live, Larry "Major Nelson" Hryb, took to Twitter to announce that the Xbox One now supports two more Xbox 360 titles via backward compatibility.
  15. May Xbox One Game Pass Lineup Revealed

    May is almost upon us and Microsoft has announced a new slate of Xbox Game Pass titles joining the subscription line-up over the course of the month.