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  1. EA Access Adds Another Game To Their Vault

    One of the best perks of an EA Access subscription is that you can play games from an ever-growing catalog--"The Vault," as EA calls it--of free games. This catalog expands further this week with the launch of The Sims 4, which is now in the library.
  2. Last Chance For These Xbox One Games With Gold Freebies

    It's nearly the middle of July, which means time is running out for Xbox Live Gold subscribers to grab two of the Games With Gold that is available now. One is Smite Gold Bundle, an Xbox One holdover from June.
  3. Xbox One PUBG Test Server Is Back

    PUBG Corp. has released a new update for the Xbox One version of PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds. The PUBG test server (PTS) is once again live, and there's a ton of new content for players to try out. The server will remain open to all Xbox One PUBG players until July 16 at 1 AM PDT / 9 AM CEST.
  4. Xbox Game Pass Adds Two Games This Week

    Two more games are being added to the Xbox Game Pass library this week, the first of which is out now. Psyonix's hit soccer-with-cars game Rocket League is now available in the subscription service catalog, while Warhammer: Vermintide 2 is coming on July 11.
  5. Here Are This Weeks Deals With Gold

    Heads up, deal hunters: a new sale on Xbox One and Xbox 360 games is live on the Microsoft Store. You can find the full list here, but we've sorted through the offers and selected some of the best deals on the best games below.
  6. Xbox One July Update Introduces FastStart And Groups

    Microsoft has begun rolling out its July Xbox One update, which includes a few key features that the company has promised lately. The headliners are FastStart, which was announced at Xbox's E3 media showcase, and Groups, which was tested for Alpha users last month.
  7. Xbox One Adds Two New Backwards Compatible Games

    Microsoft continues rolling out more backwards compatible games for Xbox One. Following last week's three additions to the BC library, Major Nelson has announced that two more Xbox 360 titles are now playable on the current-gen console: Assassin's Creed Liberation HD and Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter.
  8. This Weeks Xbox Store Sales

    A new sale on Xbox One and Xbox 360 games is live on the Microsoft Store. You can find the full details here, but we've sorted through the offers and selected the highlights below. Note that some of the deals require you to have an Xbox Live Gold subscription, while others are available to everyone.
  9. Xbox One's Free Games With Gold For July Revealed

    July is fast approaching, which means Xbox Live Gold subscribers will soon get a new batch of Xbox One and Xbox 360 games to download for free. Microsoft has pulled the curtain back on July's offerings.
  10. Xbox One Adds 3 New Backwards Compatible Games

    Since the feature was first introduced back in 2015, Microsoft has been steadily expanding Xbox One's library of backwards compatible games. That support continues with the addition of three more Xbox 360 titles, which are now playable on the current-gen console.
  11. Here Are This Week's New Deals With Gold

    Microsoft has reset its weekly Deals with Gold and Spotlight Sale, which means you can save money on a whole new batch of Xbox One games. The selection is smaller than normal this week, and it's totally missing any deals on Xbox 360 games, but there's some good stuff to be had.
  12. CoD: Modern Warfare 3 Now Backwards Compatible On Xbox One

    There's been little news on the Xbox One backwards compatibility front as of late, but with E3 in the rear-view mirror, it's time for something new. Microsoft has announced a new addition to the BC lineup, and it's a pretty big one in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3.
  13. New Free Xbox One Games With Gold Now Available For June

    The month is half over, which means Xbox Live Gold subscribers can now download two more freebies. As usual, one is an Xbox One game, and the other is an Xbox 360 game you can play on Xbox One thanks to backwards compatibility.
  14. Devil May Cry V Revealed

    10 years after Devil May Cry 4, fans of the series are getting a true sequel. Microsoft announced Devil May Cry V is coming spring 2019. It gave audiences a first look during its E3 2018 press conference, and you can watch the presentation in the video above.
  15. Halo Infinite Brings the Series Back to PC

    Halo Infinite was announced at the Microsoft conference at E3 2018. While we learned almost nothing about the game and how it’ll play, it appears we finally have details on the platforms it’ll appear on.