Microsoft slyly releases a video for the Xbox Live Avatar project due this fall, revealing a fun and playful style for avatars that just screams Pixar.
Nintendo’s SNES Classic Edition seemingly gets confirmed by an Xbox survey quizzing Xbox Live Reward users about their interest in E3 2017 announcements.
Microsoft announces the Xbox Live Creators Program, allowing ‘everyone’ to get their games on Xbox One and Windows 10 devices a lot easier than before.
Major Nelson announces the free Games with Gold lineup for Xbox 360 and Xbox One owners in September, which includes an Assassin’s Creed game, Mirror’s Edge, and more.
A video containing upwards of 30 minutes of gameplay footage for an unreleased remastered version of developer Rare’s GoldenEye 007 on Xbox 360 appears online.
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.
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 confirms that its Play Anywhere feature on Xbox One, first confirmed during the company’s E3 2016 presentation, will launch in just a few short months.
With June’s passing Microsoft is ready to reveal July’s Games With Gold, now including The Banner Saga 2 on Xbox One and Rainbow Six Vegas 2 on Xbox 360.
The free Xbox Games with Gold titles for June have been announced, with the highlights being two critically acclaimed Xbox 360 offerings with Xbox One compatibility.
Tech company Microsoft officially announces the active user base size for its online service Xbox Live, reporting there are more than 46 million current users.
April 2016’s free Games with Gold will include Dead Space and Saints Row 4 on Xbox 360, as well as Sunset Overdrive and The Wolf Among Us on Xbox One.
After Microsoft backpedaled on Xbox One’s controversial DRM policy during the console’s E3 2013 reveal, the Xbox team are looking into digital game sharing options once again.
Xbox’s head of programming Mike Ybarra claims that one of his goals is to allow 64-player parties through Xbox Live services on both PC and Xbox One systems.
Larry ‘Major Nelson’ Hryb replies to gamers demanding compensation for Xbox Live’s downtime on Reddit, and explains that he’s discussing it with the Xbox team.
Major Nelson talks about Microsoft’s shortcomings in promoting indie games to their Xbox One player base, and how looking backward isn’t the solution.
Xbox Live users report issues accessing Microsoft’s online services while the platform holder tries to fix the problem. Also, Snoop Dogg is threatening to leave for PlayStation.