Yesterday it was confirmed by numerous members of the team behind Xbox One the custom gamer pictures can now be set via the Xbox BETA app on Android devices, as you can see in the Tweet below from Corporate Vice President of Xbox and Windows Gaming Platforms, Mike Ybarra. Android is available now - go get it! https://t.co/2OkAYsTFu5 — Mike Ybarra (@XboxQwik) May 15, 2017 Setting a custom gamer picture couldn't be simpler on the app. It's just a case of opening the app, heading to your profile and then hitting "Customise", from there your select "Change gamerpic" followed by "Choose ... Read More »
The modern gamer is presented with a lot of options when it comes to controllers. Console developers themselves are offering up a greater variety of controllers such as Xbox's Lunar White, Dawn Shadow, Dusk Shadow and of course their immensely popular Elite controller. With Microsoft themselves flooding the market with great controllers it's forced third party controller producers and modifiers to really up their game. That's exactly what the good folks at Controller Modz have done. Not content with simply producing custom designs for controllers, Controller Modz have gone one step further by integrating a number of unique features right ... Read More »
Xbox fans have been asking for a way to give some more personality and customization to how they look online and it's coming soon. During the official Xbox podcast, Major Nelson Radio, Larry Hryb said that team is looking to give players the ability to create custom gamerpics. This feature, as per Xbox's Mike Ybarra, is aimed for a release prior to E3 2017. Unfortunately this won't be part of the Creator's Update that is rolling out now for Insider's now. There was a cause for delay for this feature possibly due to the unpredictability of what some inappropriate images ... Read More »
A sweet thank you from Microsoft when buying a console Tis the season of goodwill and Microsoft want to make something personal to you, something that is just for you and no one else. If you purchase an Xbox One console from the Microsoft store, you will get your gamertag laser printed on the battery cover for no extra charge - click here to go to the store and to save you having to look elsewhere. The offer isn't on just yet and there's no mention of a start date, it might be worth holding on for just a bit longer if you ... Read More »
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