The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings leads Microsoft’s January update on Xbox One Backward Compatibility. Better yet, Xbox Live Gold members can score the game for free right now!
I will never give up my Xbox 360, but wouldn’t it be great if all those free games I got on it could also work with my shiny Xbox One?
Fans of Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain have been given a whole new reason to fire up the game. As of midnight last night, Metal Gear Online is officially live.
The latest title to receive the backward compatibility treatment on Xbox One is Borderlands, 2K’s and Gearbox’s gem that has spawned several sequels since its initial release. Xbox Preview members can play it right now, while everyone else will be able to play it when Xbox One gets its new dashboard update this November.
The inevitable has happened. After multiple delays and Warner Bros. being incredibly quiet on the project, they have finally issued a statement claiming that Mortal Kombat X has been canceled on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.
Hot off the heels of Gamescom 2015, Microsoft and Square Enix have released a large chunk of new gameplay footage from Rise of the Tomb Raider. This is the first footage where Lara is actually seen in a traditional tomb environment, getting away from the earlier footage of her surviving the snow-capped mountains and wildlife of Siberia. Video below:
While there have been rumors swirling on what Microsoft would bring to the table of their free games program next month, Larry Hryb (Major Nelson) has revealed the finalized list as of last night.