Xbox News & Games

Got a 1440P Monitor? Xbox One X will send Native 1440P for you

If you own a TV or Monitor with resolution of 1440P, here is good news for those who ordered Xbox One X. The most powerful consoler form Microsoft will send out native over HDMI in that case. So yup, you really don’t need a 4K TV to enjoy the experience, and you don’t have to worry about saving money for your ...

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Xbox One X to Launch with 70 Enhanced Titles for the Console

Xbox One X is all about 4K gaming, and powerful hardware. Unless you have a 4K TV or you have the money for it, it doesn’t really make sense for anybody to invest in that powerful console. But then, you have another factor that matters. The Titles. While Xbox One X isn’t getting any exclusive titles, Xbox team is making ...

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Xbox Team launches dedicated “Insider Blog”

If you been tired of finding information about latest insider update to your Xbox One in the forums or the Insider Hub, Xbox Insiders team has teamed up with Xbox Wire to start their own blog. This makes it easy for anyone to get the latest news, and updates and so on. That said, it is just the announcement that ...

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Gifting Digital Games is Now Available on Xbox One

Finally, one of the most requested features for Xbox is here. The option to send games as a gift has been enabled for Insiders on Xbox One and will be rolled out to general user base later. This was rolled out post the Xbox Fall Update to members of the Alpha preview ring, build no 1711. Apart from gifting, you ...

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Mixer.com can now Stream in 21 Languages

Mixer, Microsoft’s in-house solution for those who want to stream their games from Xbox, Windows 10 PC, and even from Android and iOS (only for supported games) now supports 21 languages. This means regional gamers, and viewers can now read things on the Mixer in their own native language, streamers can use their native language as usual, and Microsoft keeps ...

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Xbox One Consoles may get Wireless speaker support with WiSA

As Xbox becomes more media friendly, the need for support for keyboard, Bluetooth, wireless speaker, better Cortana integration is becoming a necessity. Pretty sure Microsoft already knows it, and the Xbox Division has joined the  Wireless Speaker and Audio Association (WiSA) which in future, hopefully, enable support for wireless speakers. It is also the first video gaming brand that has joined in. ...

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As Expected, Kinect is Dead as Microsoft Stops Production

I saw this long coming. Right, when Microsoft stopped building a port for Kinect into the Xbox One S, and instead offered a converter for those who upgraded from Xbox One to Xbox One S. I posted this on June 12th and it finally has happened. In my Opinion, Microsoft might just ditch Kinect in future, and let Mixed Reality ...

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