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Some Xbox One 1 TB Consoles Are $50 Off Right Now In The US

Microsoft has announced a temporary price cut on some Xbox One S models. Right now in the US, you can get the 1 TB Xbox One S bundles for Battlefield 1, Halo Wars 2, and Gears of War 4 for $ 300 instead of $ 350. Additionally, the 2 TB red Gears of War 4 bundle is available for $ 400 instead of $ 450. The Forza Horizon 3 1 TB Xbox One S bundle is not part of the deal. In an Xbox Wire post, Microsoft said these prices ...

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Xbox Game Pass: T-Mobile Customers Get A Free Month

If you’re a T-Mobile customer, it looks like you’re getting a free one-month subscription to Microsoft’s Xbox Game Pass service on Xbox One later this year. Today, T-Mobile announced in a message to customers that they will receive a one-month subscription to the Netflix-style gaming service for free…at some point. The message does not say when the freebie will be available. Xbox Game Pass is due out sometime this Spring, so it could be soon. The message from T-Mobile also directs people to tune in to the Xbox E3 briefing ...

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New Xbox One Wireless Headset Is The First That Doesn't Need A Dongle

If you’ve used a wireless headset with an Xbox One before, you know that they all require some sort of external receiver or connector. However, the newest licensed headset coming for the console is changing that trend: it gets rid of anything extra and connects directly to the Xbox. Announced by LucidSound and reported by Eurogamer, the LS35X headset is the first to offer “direct connect” to Xbox One and to Project Scorpio, meaning that it communicates with the consoles in the same way as a controller. It uses the ...

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Prey’s Demo Is Well-Optimized on PS4 and Xbox One

Last year, Bethesda ruffled many feathers by announcing that reviewers will no longer get early access to new games. So with this week’s release of Prey, the reboot of the tumultuous franchise of the same name, Bethesda can’t rely on pre-release reviews to help move copies. Their solution? Bring back the good ol’ days of the pre-release demo! If you’re curious about how well Prey looks and plays on consoles, you can see for yourself with the “Opening Hour” demo on both PS4 and Xbox One. We’ve spent some time ...

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Prey’s Demo Is Well-Optimized on PS4 and Xbox One

Last year, Bethesda ruffled many feathers by announcing that reviewers will no longer get early access to new games. So with this week’s release of Prey, the reboot of the tumultuous franchise of the same name, Bethesda can’t rely on pre-release reviews to help move copies. Their solution? Bring back the good ol’ days of the pre-release demo! If you’re curious about how well Prey looks and plays on consoles, you can see for yourself with the “Opening Hour” demo on both PS4 and Xbox One. We’ve spent some time ...

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Five More Games Added To Xbox One Backwards Compatibility Program

The Xbox One‘s backwards compatibility catalog grows in a big way today, as five more games were added. As announcedby Major Nelson, the Xbox 360 games Hard Corps: Uprising, Harms Way, Band of Bugs, Bullet Soul, and Bullet Soul – Infinite Burst are now playable on Xbox One. If you already own these games for Xbox 360, they should show up automatically in your Xbox One game library. If not, you can pick them up on your console or through the Xbox Store links below. It’s been a busy past ...

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More Free Xbox One And Xbox 360 Games Now Available

It’s now May 1, which means Xbox Live Gold members can pick up more free Xbox games. On Xbox One, Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams – Director’s Cut is now free, while Xbox 360 users can grab the backwards-compatible Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II for the low, low price of free. Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II Additionally, Telltale’s The Walking Dead: Season Two continues to be free on Xbox One until May 15. You can see the complete Games With Gold lineup for May 2017 below. In other Xbox ...

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New Project Scorpio Images Show Graphical Boost Over Xbox One

Project Scorpio’s specs were recently revealed, showing the console is capable of playing games in native 4K and upgrading the resolution of your existing Xbox One titles. Now, Windows Central has obtained some images of just what kind of visual boost Scorpio will offer over the Xbox One. The beetle images below illustrate what the improvement might look like. The photo on the left is, according to the website, a ladybug “that has been rendered at 4K using existing Xbox One assets.” The right image, meanwhile, “has been given vastly ...

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Which Xbox One Games Deserve a Scorpio Upgrade?

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Halo 5: Forge came to Windows 10, we got a small taste of what Halo can look like on more powerful hardware. Unfortunately, the majority of Halo 5 is still exclusive to the underpowered Xbox One. The game does run at 60fps, but the resolution is lacking, textures can get pretty blurry, and some elements actually display at half the normal frame rate. Even if a Scorpio patch simply locked the resolution at a solid 1080p, that’d be a nice gesture for Halo fans. ” alt=”Halo 5″ class=”slider-242763 slide-242764″ /> ...

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Which Xbox One Games Deserve a Scorpio Upgrade?

<h3>Halo 5: Guardians</h3>

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Halo 5: Forge came to Windows 10, we got a small taste of what Halo can look like on more powerful hardware. Unfortunately, the majority of Halo 5 is still exclusive to the underpowered Xbox One. The game does run at 60fps, but the resolution is lacking, textures can get pretty blurry, and some elements actually display at half the normal frame rate. Even if a Scorpio patch simply locked the resolution at a solid 1080p, that’d be a nice gesture for Halo fans. ” alt=”Halo 5″ class=”slider-242763 slide-242764″ /> ...

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