Microsoft announces the free Games With Gold titles for August 2016, revealing a great selection for both the Xbox One and Xbox 360 promotional offerings.
Microsoft updates its services agreement, which now includes a clause revealing that gamers who don’t log in to their accounts may lose their Xbox gamertags.
San Diego Comic Con 2016’s Halo Wars 2 panel features a new Story Vidoc with a closer look at the strategy game’s antagonist, Atriox, and The Banished.
New sales numbers released by consumer market research firm the NPD group indicate that console sales are struggling more than gamers might have expected.
Microsoft releases a trio of concept images showing Microsoft games getting the Pokemon GO spin, prompting some to wonder if the company is gauging fan interest.
Microsoft’s latest earnings report does not make for pretty reading for Xbox, with overall gaming revenue decreasing in spite of an increase in Xbox Live users.
Microsoft announces that the Xbox One S will officially arrive on August 2 in the form of a launch day edition, with more versions to follow sometime after.
Xbox marketing manager Aaron Greenberg claims that Microsoft doesn’t need Crackdown 3 to release in 2016, as it has many other games set to launch this holiday season.
A Twitter user leaks images and details of a Gears of War 4 Limited Edition bundle for the upcoming Xbox One S 2TB model featuring the Ultimate Edition of the game.
General Manager for Xbox Games Marketing, Aaron Greenberg announces that Microsoft will not hold a press briefing at gamescom this year and instead reveals Xbox FanFest 2016.
Xbox Australia prematurely reveals the February release month for the upcoming Rare-developed multiplayer pirate game Sea of Thieves on PC and Xbox One.
Microsoft releases a new statement to apologize to the community and explain what happened following a retraction made to the company’s upcoming Xbox Play Anywhere feature.
Microsoft retracts a statement claiming that all Microsoft Studios titles going forward will be Xbox Play Anywhere, and available on both Xbox and Windows 10.
With Red Dead Redemption now available for Xbox One owners thanks to the backward compatibility program, Rockstar Games removes the prices for much of its DLC.
Corporate Vice President of Marketing for Xbox, Mike Nichols, shares new statistics and record-setting numbers for Microsoft’s E3 2016 press conference.
New releases and old favorites have their prices slashed, as Microsoft kicks off a massive week-long sale across titles for the Xbox One, Xbox 360 and Windows 10.
The head of Xbox, Phil Spencer, has confirmed that Xbox Live avatars will soon be available to place within digital wheelchairs, allowing for more customization options for gamers.