Microsoft might have an ace up its sleeve to trump the PS5' Kraken tech.
343 Industries is "doing everything in our power" to continue delivering "quality Halo experiences."
Details on multiplayer, Zombies, and more have also emerged.
According to the journalist, the general consensus is that "both do different things in really cool ways."
Ape Tribe Games' Erwan LeCun also talks about the PS5's haptic-enabled controller.
Sony is dropping the ball.
The rally series returns later this year.
Of these two high-powered consoles, which one is ahead of the curve?
Siege is the first game to be confirmed for backwards compatibility support.
An active leaker says the purple dragon will be back next year for another adventure.
The retro-inspired RPG serves as a prequel to the 2018 platformer.
In addition to all Xbox and Xbox 360 games that are currently backward compatible.
Some regions inaccurately it listed as Thanksgiving 2020, clarifies Xbox Live's Larry "Major Nelson" Hryb.
UPDATE: It might have been a mistake.
The Xbox Series X looks like an absolute monster of a console.
We might be gearing up for another trip to Pandora soon.
The vast majority of the console's GDDR6 memory will be dedicated to running games.
The company is still sticking with its intended Holiday 2020 launch date in marketing.
Developer reports "no signs of stopping" despite COVID-19 pandemic.
Microsoft's next-gen console is promising some exciting things.