Crossfire X Coming To Consoles In 2020

A console version of Crossfire, the world's most popular shooter, is coming to Xbox One in 2020. Titled Crossfire X, the console version is developed by Smilegate, the same studio behind the 2007 original Crossfire. The original PC version of Crossfire still boasts over 8 million concurrent players, over 650 million registered accounts, and its routinely grosses over $1 billion [...]

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Unity Announces Support for Xbox One X

Unity has just announced in a recent blog post that the game engine will now be offering support for development on the upcoming Xbox One X. With the Xbox One X's demanding 4K HDR output, scaling projects with Unity's support is "as easy as changing some quality settings". The process of developing for Xbox One X is the same as [...]

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Microsoft's Xbox Game Pass Goes Live Today

Xbox fans will be excited to see what Microsoft has in store for them with their latest addition to the Xbox platform — the newly launched Xbox Game Pass. The Xbox Game Pass, which went live for Xbox Live Gold users earlier today, is a monthly game subscription service that allows players unlimited access to a rotating catalogue of games. [...]

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Microsoft Is Finally Allowing Xbox Live To Go Cross-Platform, Rocket League To Be The First Fully Cross-Platform ID@Xbox Title

Rocket League has been cross-platform between PC and PS4 for some time now, but Xbox One players were originally told that they would not be able to play with either PC or PS4 players. Today, Director of ID@Xbox Chris Charla announced that that would be changing soon. One of ID@Xbox's GDC announcements this year is the ability to connect games [...]

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