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“With the best exclusives, spectacular new franchises and the best multiplayer community, it’s more fun on Xbox One.”
Microsoft and EA have teamed up to bring users another subscription service to the Xbox One called: EA Access. This service has users paying $4.99 a month to get full game downloads of select EA games, in addition to netting discounts on DLC and full games. More details past the link.
Microsoft has revealed August’s ‘Games with Gold’ offers and it includes some pretty good games, especially on the Xbox 360 front. Uses on the Xbox One can pick up Crimson Dragon and Strike Suit Zero: Director’s Cut. While Xbox 360 owners can pick up Motocross Madness and Dishonored. Via: Gematsu
Bioware has given some new details on the Next Mass Effect game. It will not be called Mass Effect 4. Co-op will be returning, but it should be a lot bigger, and there could be old characters returning. This information was revealed the San Diego Comic-Con.
Microsoft has released a brand new video showing off the Kinect recognizing Japanese language. Then the video shows off various apps and games, starting with the perfect game for the Japanese audience, Titanfall.
The Xbox Upload team shows off the character and classes from the Destiny beta on Xbox One. Check out the gameplay below.
Microsoft has released its fourth quarter Fiscal Year 2014 results (April 1st to June 30th). Get the highlights of the report below.
Piece by piece, everything that Microsoft intended the Xbox One to be has eroded away, revealing nothing but dishonesty and shortcomings beneath.
Microsoft is going through a massive change under new President and CEO Satya Nedella. News broke that Microsoft will be laying-off 18,000 employees. This comes after closing down the Xbox Entertainment Studio. The Xbox EMEA team will also be hit with layoffs as well.
Larry Hryb, Xbox Live’s Major Nelson, chats with Richard Irving from the Xbox Engineering team to discuss the updates coming in August. New updates include the ability to Like, Share and Comment on your Activity Feed. Also coming in August is Mobile Purchase, where you can use Xbox One SmartGlass and the web to purchase Games and Add Ons with the option to have them download immediately to your Home console.
Microsoft has announced that Xbox Entertainment Studios will be shut down in the next couple months. Around 200 employees will lose their job. This move comes after Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella stated that Xbox is not a ‘core part’ of Microsoft’s business, but insisted that Xbox is important to the company. More details can be found on Redcode, get Phil Spencer’s official statement below.
GameInformer has went live with their exclusive preview of Battleborn for the PS4, Xbox One, and PC. Get the first screenshots and details of the multiplayer game below.
Maximilian Dood goes over the new characters for Killer Instinct Season Two, with a nice Cinder tease.
It looks like Ubisoft is completely content with releasing multiple Assassin’s Creed games every-single year. In a new interview with the Examiner, Ubisoft discusses how Assassin’s Creed Unity will be the start of a brand new cycle of games for the franchise.
Microsoft is offering select customers $75 promotional codes with the purchase of a Xbox One from Microsoft’s store or local retailers. Microsoft is apparently filtering these messages on Xbox 360 when users boot up the console. Have any of you guys seen this message on your Xbox 360′s? Let us know in the comments section below.
Xbox Wire has announced the upcoming July update for Xbox One consoles will be releasing in a few more days. The latest update will offer snap mode for achievements, double-tapping the Xbox button to open the Snap Centre, and more. Check below for full details.
343 Industries has just released a brand new trailer for Halo: The Master Chief Collection, as well as a gameplay walkthrough for the revamped Halo 2.
Word got out that EA started charging money for demos this morning. Both FIFA 14 and UFC had a price tag slapped on to their demos in order to play them. However, EA has issued a statement and corrected the issue calling it a “technical error.”
EA and Microsoft have teamed up to start charging users for demos on the Xbox One. FIFA 14 and EA Sports UFC at one point had free demos, however, now they both cost $4.99 to download. This doesn’t seem like an error either because the price isn’t listed at the full $59.99 for download, but we’re still waiting on an official word from EA. Source: Hardcore Gamer