Microsoft has pledged that it is doing everything it can to get xCloud, Microsoft’s game streaming service, onto iOS devices.
The Xbox Series S has been rumored for months, and we've got yet another new piece of evidence that feels pretty concrete.
Fear not as Halo Infinite will still be launching on Xbox One in addition to PC and Xbox Series X next year.
Exclusives are important for the sales of video game consoles, but Xbox Series X still has plenty to offer at launch even without Halo Infinite.
The heavily rumoured Xbox Series S has its most compelling leak to date.
Apple's decision to deny iOS users access to xCloud is terrible and Xbox users are starting to voice their displeasure with it.
Microsoft offers up 10 free games for this weekend so that "Everyone Plays"
xCloud moving ahead with Android launch despite iOs issues.
In their latest push to bring players to their ecosystem, Microsoft has announced that they're partnering up with Samsung to bring xCloud to their phones and tablets.
Now that Xbox has decided to change up the typical formula, measuring the console and brand's success might be a little ambiguous this time.
Xbox Games Pass is moving on to a redesigned logo; one that notably drops "Xbox" from the name in a bid for a broader range.
xCloud will be dropping in just over a month and will be free for Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers.
Ahead of the Xbox Series X launch, Microsoft has revealed that 12-month subscriptions to Xbox Live Gold are being discontinued. Why?
With first-party Xbox titles going cross-gen, Phil Spencer wants to assure gamers that the decision will not weaken the potential of Xbox Series X.
8BitDo has created a new controller that is officially licensed by Microsoft as both an Xbox controller and an xCloud controller.
Over ten new countries in Europe will be gaining access to Microsoft's Project xCloud preview in the near future.
Originally slated to launch this year, the Amazon game streaming platform has been delayed to 2021 due to the coronavirus epidemic.
Phil Spencer Says Microsoft Sees Google and Amazon as Main Competition Rather than Nintendo and Sony
According to Phil Spencer, Microsoft sees Google and Amazon as the main competition because of their pushes into video game streaming.