It’s official, you can count on paying at least $299 to get a next-generation Xbox when it launches later this year. I say “at least,” because Microsoft still hasn’t announced the Xbox Series X price yet. Instead, late last night, the company revealed the Xbox Series S. Here’s what we know about the Xbox Series …
Xbox Game Pass Ultimate will become the best way to avoid spending your hard-earned dollars on a new Xbox when Microsoft updates the Game Pass app for Android to include Project xCloud features this September.
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You can’t do the same thing over and over again without retooling your formula and recalibrating expectations. I mention that because Halo Infinite, the upcoming first-person shooter from 343 Industries, seems like both a nostilgia filled trip and a huge departure from where we left the franchise in Halo 5: Guardians.
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If you’re anything like me and haven’t fully committed to buying an Xbox Series X later this year, leave some space open in your calendar for July 23rd. That’s when Microsoft will host the Xbox Games Showcase, a video stream that could be stuffed with the real reasons anyone should be excited for Xbox Series X: the games.