Microsoft Announces Next Wave of Xbox Game Pass Games – IGN
Microsoft has announced the next wave of Xbox Game Pass games, taking subscribers through the end of June and into early July.
DF Weekly: Is Microsoft right to rule out an Xbox Series 'pro' console? | Eurogamer.net
Has Microsoft ruled out an upgraded version of the Xbox Series X console as a mid-generation upgrade for the existing line-up of consoles?
Microsoft Comments on Future Xbox Game Pass Price Increase – ComicBook.com
Xbox Game Pass and Xbox Game Pass Ultimate are some of the best deals in gaming not just right now, but in the history of gaming.
Microsoft is no longer developing games for Xbox One – GamesHub
Xbox Game Studios chief Matt Booty has confirmed Microsoft is moving on from the Xbox One, with no new first-party games in development for the …
Microsoft stakes Xbox video game sales on space adventure Starfield | The Seattle Times
One small step for an intrepid crew of 24th-century space explorers could be a giant leap — or flop — for Microsoft when the Xbox-maker launches …
Microsoft Announces an End to New Xbox One Games: 'We've Moved On to Gen 9' – CBR
Head of Microsoft's Xbox Game Studios Matt Booty confirmed the company will no longer develop new titles for last-generation consoles.
The Xbox Series X Is Considered by Microsoft Its Mid-Gen Refresh, as the Xbox Series S Is …
Back when the Xbox Series X was first shown, Microsoft told Digital Foundry that it was its mid-gen refresh, as the Series S is the standard …
Microsoft no longer making new Xbox One games – Indulge Express
For Xbox One gaming platforms, Microsoft is no longer developing new … Microsoft's game studio chief Matt Booty told Axios, “We've moved on to …
Xbox Games Showcase, Starfield, File Explorer losing features, Intel dropping 'Core i …
Xbox Games Showcase and Starfield Direct ushered in a week of major announcements in the world of gaming and Microsoft. Here are the biggest news …
Xbox Won't Be Getting Into VR Because It's Not a Big Enough Market – Insider Gaming
Speaking with The Hollywood Reporter, the head of Microsoft's Xbox Game Studios, Matt Booty, has spoken on Xbox's view of VR and AR.