Video Game News
Destiny Footage Shows 1080p Version For Xbox One
There have been a lot of talk about whether or not Bungie would be able to hit native 1920 x 1080p for the Xbox One with Destiny, the first-person sci-fi shooter due out this September. The beta will be relegated to 900p for the Xbox One, but Bungie wanted to prove that they can, in fact, get the game to manage at 1080p for the final release, as indicated with the footage above.
Xbox One's August Update Detailed By Microsoft
The Xbox One will receive another major system update in August. Microsoft's Larry "Major Nelson" Hryb outlined the patch's major features in a new blog post this weekend.
Microsoft Catches Ire From Advertisers Over Xbox Entertainment Studios Shutdown
Advertisers are not happy about the closure due to the fact that it happened only three months after the XBES pitched deals to major media advertisers, in an attempt to help build interest around planned scripted and documentary shows.
The Crew Developer Explains How They Managed 1080p On Xbox One
One of the big things that has plagued the Xbox One throughout its tenure on the market is that it can't regularly hit native 1080p. Well, the developers for Ubisoft's upcoming open-world racing game, The Crew, explain how they managed to accomplish the often hard to hit target of 1080p on the Xbox One.
Microsoft Aiming For Japanese Indies On Xbox One
In a new interview, the head of the ID@Xbox program spoke about how Microsoft has plans to attack regions outside of the U.S., when it comes to accommodating indie titles.
Microsoft Shutting Down Xbox Entertainment Studios
Earlier today it was reported that Microsoft is cutting 18,000 jobs from their total pool of 127,000 employees. Part of those jobs being cut will come from the Xbox Entertainment Studios, the branch from the Xbox brand that was in charge of producing original television programming content.
Crackdown For Xbox One Will Have Seamless Co-op
One of the new things that became popular during seventh generation gaming was drop-in and drop-out co-op. Several games helped pioneer the ability for multiplayer to easily and seamlessly hop into a multiplayer game. Well, Microsoft wants to take that concept to the next level with Crackdown on the Xbox One.
Project Spark Getting 4-Player Create And Play Feature For Xbox One
Team Dakota recently updated their official Facebook page to reflect a very important feature coming to Project Spark this fall: a four-player create and play feature for the Xbox One.
Weekly Recap: 10 Best PS4 Games And 5 Other Massive Stories
Massive news this week, as Project CARS gets delayed for the platform that gamers crowd-funded the title to appear on, the best PS4 games are listed, and Microsoft offers up a unique Xbox One deal.
Xbox One Game Trials Arrive For Digital Downloads
Game trials. Seems like a great way to entice users while they're engaged with the game right? Well, Microsoft finally decided to adopt that feature for the Xbox One and it'll also be arriving for ID@Xbox indie titles, too.
Microsoft Comments About Xbox One's Retail Dev Kits
Multiple, conflicting stories have been circulating about Microsoft's plans to support, drop or maintain plans to turn retail Xbox One units into development kits.
Project Spark Official Release Date Set For PC, Xbox One
The game design and creation tool has received quite a bit of positive press up to this point; and Microsoft has finally set a release date for the toolset. Gamers and game-designers-in-training can look to grab the retail starter pack of Project Spark beginning October 7th.
Buy An Xbox One, Get $75 From Microsoft
Microsoft has launched a new sales promotion for the Xbox One. Xbox 360 owners are being offered $75 to upgrade to an Xbox One.
Xbox 360 Ultimate Game Sale Launches This Week
Microsoft is about to launch a series of discounts on Xbox 360 games. The week-long Ultimate Game Sale will kick off on Tuesday and feature both daily and weekly deals for Xbox Live Silver and Gold members.
Will DirectX 12 Help Xbox One's Resolution Problems? Stardock's CEO Answers
Freeing up 10% of the GPU's processing and bandwidth has only had minor results for some games, and this has led members of the gaming press to question how well DirectX 12 will work with upping the resolution of Xbox One titles?