Microsoft, makers of the Xbox One and all other sorts of consumer entertainment and productivity extras from the home and office, is making waves with an announcement it made this morning. Earlier today the company revealed it’s purchasing Mojang, makers of the survival and open-world wonder that is Minecraft.
Grand Theft Auto 5 for the Xbox One is coming November 18th.
The FIFA 15 demos for the Xbox One, PS3 and Xbox 360 are now live, according to Electronic Arts.
So you thought that playing through Assassin’s Creed Unity and earning achievements would be as easy as past versions where. It could be, but not if you and your friends plan on diving into Heists, a name cooperative, repayable game mode revealed earlier today.
It wasn’t that long ago that developer Rocksteady Studios and Warner Brothers Interactive were teasing us with video footage of how we’d be able to control the Batmobile and wreak havoc in Gotham City when playing Batman: Arkham Knight. During the summer the companies announced that they were delaying the game into 2015, and apparently they weren’t kidding. The new Batman: Arkham Knight release date is June 2nd.
Microsoft is dropping an epic Xbox One bundle on potential console buyers. Starting September 7th, shoppers will be able to choose any new game to bundle with their $399 Xbox One or $499 Xbox One + Kinect purchase.
Xbox One owners will be able to download Minecraft for Xbox One beginning this Friday, September 5th, according to Microsoft.
Coming fresh off a holiday weekend, it’s probably very likely that you’ve killed off the last of your unplayed summer games collection. Good news though, If you have an Xbox Live subscription, Microsoft is offering Super Time Force, Monaco and Halo: Reach at absolutely no additional charge.