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Xbox One March update rolls out today
3 years ago

Xbox One March update rolls out today

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A new update is rolling out to Xbox users today, and it’s a whopper. There’s some major changes to the overall appearance and layout, as well as some brand new …
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Xbox One Summer update is rolling out now
4 years ago

Xbox One Summer update is rolling out now

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Summer vacation may be coming to an end, but the Xbox One summer update is just beginning. Improving a considerable amount of applications while adding some long-awaited features like Cortana¬†to …
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World of Tanks update rolls in with new vehicles and maps
6 years ago

World of Tanks update rolls in with new vehicles and maps

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The new update for World of Tanks: Xbox 360 Edition adds a collection of artillery for Britain, “including the iconic Crusader, ConquerorGC, Bishop, and Sexton II,” as well as …
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Xbox One controller now compatible with PC
6 years ago

Xbox One controller now compatible with PC

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Despite the PC being the domain of mouse and keyboard, controller gaming has its place on the platform, especially within certain genres.¬† And to this end, the Xbox …
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Microsoft delays February Xbox One update, details March’s
6 years ago

Microsoft delays February Xbox One update, details March’s

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The February Xbox One system update was supposed to hit on Tuesday, but it sounds like there were some unexpected delays. According to Microsoft’s Major Nelson, it will still …
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Xbox One: Sharing is the Future

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With the release of the Xbox One being mere months away, Microsoft is increasingly releasing more news about their next gen console. Last Friday was no different, as Marc Whitten, Chief Product Officer, posted news on the Xbox Wire site about sharing digital games and Xbox Gold.

In Whitten’s article, he explained that essentially any digital game that is download is now tied to the gamertag and/or the Xbox One it was purchased on. What this means is that if a household has at least one Xbox Gold account, all other gamertags can play that same digital game. The Xbox Gold account does not need to be signed in.

Also, if a gamer goes to his/her friend’s house, they can sign into that friend’s Xbox One with the purchasing Xbox Gold credentials and the game will become available for them to play. No more traveling around with a USB stick that contains pre-loaded games.

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