Xbox gaming revenue is expected to decline to the "low-to-mid single digits" for the next quarter due to "declines in first party content."
The first paid expansion for Playground's acclaimed open-world racer is out soon. Here's what you need to know before diving in.
The Metal Gear series creator is working on a cloud-native Xbox game, which could have a significant impact on the industry for numerous reasons.
Azure Specialist Paul T. recently posted on LinkedIn about appearances from these four Xbox-exclusive titles at today's showcase.
Though the exact line-up is unknown, Xbox Game Studios will be showcasing its upcoming catalogue of releases tomorrow at 10 AM PT.
The console manufacturer/publisher is currently "on track to meet or exceed" the number of titles it published in the fiscal year 2022
The 90 minute show will feature "new trailer", developer interviews and "deeper looks" at news from the June 12th showcase.
XboxEra co-founder Nick Baker believes the collection will be announced at the Xbox and Bethesda Games Showcase on June 12th.
Xbox head says, "Delivering quality and consistency is expected, we will continue to work to better meet those expectations."
Windows Central editor Jez Corden says it's been in development "for a few years" and might be coming to Xbox One as well.
Esports commentator Joey McDermott alleges the same, citing a source that supposedly leaked Bethesda's welcome to the Xbox family.
Streaming at 10 AM PT, it will focus on "amazing titles coming from Xbox Game Studios, Bethesda, and our partners around the world."
If a recently published job listing is anything to go by, Microsoft seems to have no intentions of slowing down with acquisitions.
According to Xbox's Matt Smith on Twitter, the team is expanding and looking to create groundbreaking experiences with top-class developers in the region.
Xbox Game Studios Publishing's newest division, led by former Valve developer Kim Swift, will be focused entirely on partnering with developers for cloud-native games.
Xbox Game Studios provides a rundown on the current support status of its titles on Steam Deck in a recent news update on Steam.
Despite being planned for launch this year, journalist Jeff Grubb says the survival sandbox title "might actually not go 1.0" in 2022.
Xbox games marketing GM Aaron Greenberg calls the studio "masters in Unreal Engine" while fielding questions at a recent fan event in Bogota.
The company does plan to keep some of Activision's titles available for PlayStation consoles, as per a source that spoke to Bloomberg.
Call of Duty: Vanguard and Battlefield 2042 were also the first and second best-selling titles of the month despite mixed receptions from fans.