Tagged: Microsoft E3

After the announcement of Project Scorpio at last years E3, we have heard very little information on the console proposed to be the most powerful ever. But first, let's have a look at what we do know. Aside from the specs, XBox's Phil Spencer has previously gone on record to say that development is coming along smoothly and 'ahead of schedule'. Those very words whet eager fans appetite with a potential release before Holiday 2017, as was touted at E3. That was seven months away and a lot has happened in the industry since then. Look at Sony who have in ... Read More »
Forza Horizon 3 has been officially revealed at this year's E3 and will boast cross-platform play between Xbox and Windows 10. The open world driving game and will build upon the first 2 games success'. The game will feature 4 player co-op and we are told seamless party play so a friend can immediately drop into the game. Below you can find the official gorgeous looking trailer for Forza Horizon 3: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fTSUgXkfooA The game looks a thing of beauty and will boast the largest roster of cars in Forza Horizon history, including the flagship car of the trailer, the stunning Lamborghini Centenario. Are you ... Read More »
There were over 1.6 million unique people playing the recent Gears of War 4 Beta on the Xbox One, Microsoft revealed today during its 2016 NPD announcements. Microsoft has said it expects Gears of War 4 to be the "biggest game of the year" for the company. The beta ran for a total of two weeks in April, though at the start only those who played the Gears of War Ultimate edition were able to play, and finished off on May 1st. Microsoft went on to say that April 2016 was the "best month in history for global engagement on Xbox One." ... Read More »

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