Xbox E3 2019 archive
The popular MMORPG will eventually come to PlayStation and maybe even the Switch.
The missing Gears game is still okay.
Tired: Ray-tracing, 8K graphics, and bombshell announcements. Wired: Pitbulls, pee scandals, and grannies who kill.
It's actually the opening cinematic to the Halo Infinite campaign.
Phil Spencer and Matt Booty are still keeping things about Xbox's future a secret.
"If any game developer or platform holder wants to come talk about cross-play, I'll be the first one in that meeting," says Microsoft's Mike Ybarra
Bleeding Edge is so forgettable, I almost didn't write this up.
We got a chance to see Mojang's first standalone game in a long while in action.
To what extend this backward compatibility goes is still up in the air.
Data caps remain the elephant in the room of our streaming future.
Sony got more out of a Wired interview than Microsoft did in an entire press conference.
We see what its like to play Halo 5 on a smartphone with Microsoft's new streaming tech.
Can you guess which Halo game?
The Switch proves systems don't sell on specs. They sell on games.
We got our first look at this new collab for From Soft.
The next-gen Xbox will be the most powerful Microsoft console yet.
Tales of Arise, after leaking earlier, gets its first trailer.
Sega answers fans prayers with a Western release.
The new Gears will have a multiplayer tech test and early access on Game Pass.
Techland is back with a vengeance for Dying Light 2.
Game Pass for PC is in open beta today.
Everyone's favorite actor is a part of CD Projekt Red's next title.
Bleeding Edge was officially revealed at the Xbox E3 press conference.
Obsidian's newest RPG is getting the first-party Xbox treatment.
Mario and Master Chief living together, mass hysteria!
Ninja Theory's first game since getting acquired by Microsoft.
We know some of the games already in development.