Microsoft E3

Xbox One S Has Been Announced

The new Xbox One S will be 40% smaller than the original Xbox One and it will go on sale August 2016 Key Features it’s 40% smaller it’s white it comes with 2TB harddrive it supports 4K video it’ll come with a ‘streamlined’ controller and a vertical stand a front-facing USB slot and infrared sensor it’s the size of two Xbox One controllers side-by-side the power ...[Read More]

Microsoft Announces New Features For The Xbox One

Currently you have 3 new features already announced for the Xbox One Dashboard this summer and is in beta at the moment, which are Background music that lets you listen to your own music while you play Cortana compatibility, so you can search and navigate the Xbox One easier and more efficiently Your choice of language on the system, no matter where you live Then you have the 3 new features that a...[Read More]

Microsoft Announces State of Decay 2

Microsoft and Undead Labs announced State of Decay 2 the follow up sequel to State of Decay that was on the Xbox 360 and PC. In State of Decay 2 you will be tasked with building a community that can withstand zombies and you have a choice of playing online with other players or go solo in a story that remembers the choices that you make. State of Decay 2 will be coming to Xbox One and Windows 10 i...[Read More]

Microsoft Announces Halo Wars 2

The follow up to the 2009 Halo Wars from Ensemble Studios has finally been announced and it looks just as good or even better than the first one.  Halo Wars 2 is set on The Ark, from Halo 3 and you are continuing the story of Spirit of Fire crew from the first game. There are new Covenant enemies called ‘the Banished’. A release date of February 21st 2017 has been confirmed and you can...[Read More]

Microsoft Announces New System Code Named Project Scorpio

At the Microsoft E3 conference Microsoft waited to reveal their biggest project at the end, it was Project Scorpio! The new system has a Holiday Season 2017 release but no exact date has been set as of yet.  They announced that the system will have 6 teraflops of GPU power and will run at 60Hz and will have full 4K resolution. Project Scorpio will also be VR compatible, no known VR is named but it...[Read More]

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