The rumour mills claimed that Dark Souls II would headline the most Augustine of months in Xbox Live's Games With Gold, but nothing could be further from the truth. Instead, here are the real Xbox Live Games With Gold for next month.
Forza Motorsport 7 is looking to flex some 4K muscle this year by appealing to the fantasy lobes in your brain, with developer Turn 10 saying that the latest incarnation of the signature Xbox driving game that isn’t Project Gotham Racing (sniff) having over 700 collections of engines to choose from.
Where one month ends another begins. Which means new old games via the Xbox Games With Gold service for Xbox Live subscribers. So what does your subscription get you this month? The following according to Xbox.
Microsoft’s press conference was the event that everyone was looking forward to. After all, new console launches are simply the best and Microsoft’s message regarding the in-development Scorpio was simple: The most powerful console ever made. A pity then that the press conference was underwhelming.
Xbox has definitely learned its lesson from years past, focusing on what gamers really care about - games! They showed off so many titles during their press conference, while still detailing some important news about backwards compatibility and the Xbox One X.
Enjoy the console of tomorrow, and the games of yesterday. Yup, not content to just have Xbox 360 games made backwards compatible on the Xbox One, Microsoft has announced that the OG generation is headed to that family of consoles as well. The original Xbox was home to plenty of classic games, and Xboss Phil Spencer can’t wait for a new generation to enjoy them again.
It’s official! 4K comes at a price,as Microsoft’s Xbox One X console will indeed retail for $499 on release this November. That’s a high price to pay for the Xbox One X, although Microsoft believes that it’s worth every penny to deliver on what they call the most powerful gaming console ever made.
Deadpool 2, or Deuxpool as I’m calling it, has the ball in its court then as Reynolds straps back into the tightest of red spandex, while director David “John Wick” Leitch takes over from Tim Miller. That’s a big change in tonal direction, as Miller’s style was that of a more visual nature while Leitch rose to fame as the co-director of John Wick and its amazingly grounded action scenes. It’s that very pedigree, that helped Leitch land a job directing the sequel.
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