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According to a forum post by The Coalition, a small Xbox One title update will iron out the ‘hitching’ issues some players have experienced in the early part of Gears of War 4  multi-player matches. Hitching is a short period of extreme lag, and this small (218MB) update should solve the problem for Xbox One users. A Title Update will be available for Gears of War 4 today. Read more here: https://t.co/oFp8xq6HMS — Gears of War (@GearsofWar) October 14, 2016 There’s no equivalent patch for Windows 10 players, though, as the PC game didn’t have the same issue. However, because … Read More »

This morning we brought you news that the new Gears of War 4 campaign gameplay trailer was to be released at 1:00 pm UK time today. We were, it’s safe to say, pretty excited. It’s also safe to say we were not disappointed. The trailer – which features nearly seven minutes of gameplay footage – is a feast for the eyes. But don’t take our word for it – check it out for yourself! After a little exposition as the Gears head towards an old hydro electric damn (check out stunning lighting effects, and the way the wind moves the branches … Read More »

ReCore, the Xbox One and Windows 10 exclusive title from the brain of Mega Man creator Keiji Inafune, lands on 13 September. After not exactly wowing audiences with its E3 showing, the subsequent weeks have been kinder to the title, revealing deeper gameplay mechanics than expected alongside the charming characterisation we’ve come to expect from Inafune’s work. Both aspects are evident in the brand new launch trailer, as well as some pretty stunning visuals and hints at an intriguing storyline. ReCore will be the first Xbox Play Anywhere title release – so buying it in the Store for either platform … Read More »

It was just a matter of time. With Microsoft’s major push to be on all platforms, bringing Xbox One streaming to Windows 10 PCs, it was just a question of when the same could be done on mobile phones. All it takes is to download the Windows Dev Mode Companion App and connect it to a Windows 10 Mobile. According to the Windows Store, the app ‘allows you to remotely connect to an Xbox One console and control it. This tool was created for developers using Xbox Dev Mode.’ Given that Microsoft haven’t officially commented, we’re taking this to be … Read More »

Our friend Ekim is at it again. This time around he’s posting images of the console backside and packaging for the Gears of War 4 limited edition Xbox One S. Here is something uplifting after the news about no Gamescom Conference from MS.The backside of the Gears Xbox One-S pic.twitter.com/Cg9NbEaLQL — ekim (@ekim_gaf) 13 July 2016 Ah well… here you go. 🙂 pic.twitter.com/e84AZagvJK — ekim (@ekim_gaf) 13 July 2016 I’m sure you’ll agree this console looks stunning! Not only does it look incredible but it gives you the perfect excuse to swap your standard Xbox One console for the new … Read More »

Microsoft’s Xbox Play Anywhere was mentioned in the Microsoft Windows 10 anniversary update and Microsoft was quick to change the wording of what the program involved. The original statement in the message stated “every new title published from Microsoft Studios will support Xbox Play Anywhere.”  Shortly after the wording was changed to read “every new title published from Microsoft Studios that we showed onstage at E3 this year will support Xbox Play Anywhere.”  Microsoft didn’t put out any reason why they changed this statement until now when head of Xbox, Phil Spencer, tweeted a response to PCGamer and it read: @pcgamer Just … Read More »

Looks like Microsoft may have gotten a little carried away with itself.  Microsoft has pulled back a statement they originally made about their Play Anywhere program.  Microsoft originally released a presser stating that “every new title” would be part of the Play Anywhere program.  This statement actually applied only to the games that were shown during their E3 2016 press conference.  The program will encompass select Microsoft Studios titles and possibly more developers to come. The known list of titles from E3 that are part of Play Anywhere are as follows: Ark: Survival Evolved Crackdown 3 Cuphead Forza Horizon 3 … Read More »

Remember the days when you would purchase Halo and Gears of War and know that you were not only going to have a one of a kind experience on your console but anyone else not on an Xbox couldn’t?  Those days are now gone!  Corporate VP for Windows Yusuf Mehdi has made it clear that with it’s “Xbox Play Anywhere” program, those famed Xbox-exclusive games will also be available on the Windows Store as well.  “Every new title published from Microsoft Studios will support Xbox Play Anywhere and will be easily accessible in the Windows Store” Mehdi stated.  These games … Read More »

Play Anywhere, the Microsoft initiative that allows gamers to buy one copy of a game that plays on both Xbox and PC, has finally been given a release date. The feature, first announced at this year’s E3, further pushes Microsoft’s plan to bridge the gap between the two platforms. Mark the date in your calendar – Play Anywhere launches on 13th September 2016. The cross-buy plan also had a major boost after the Redmond tech heads announced that all games published by Microsoft will be Play Anywhere-compatible. That announcement came courtesy of Yusuf Medhi, who drew attention to the long-term … Read More »

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