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Phil Spencer already has an Xbox Scarlett at home

Xbox Scarlett development seems to be at a good point, so much so that Phil Spencer has one at home. Xbox boss Phil Spencer revealed this news on Twitter. It also seems that ...

Matt Booty: "Xbox Scarlett will have first party exclusives every 3-4 months"

In the past few hours Matt Booty, head of Xbox Game Studios, in an interview with GamesRadar, talked about what are the plans of the company regarding the first-party titles for Xbox Scarlett. Microsoft seems in fact ...

Take-Two's CEO talks about Next-gen's production costs

In the course of a recent interview granted to the microphones of Gamesindustry.biz, the CEO of Take-Two Strauss Zelnik said the following regarding the possible increase in production costs, with the arrival ever closer ...

Battlefield 6 will arrive on Xbox Scarlett and PlayStation 5

Electronic Arts has confirmed that Battlefield 6 will arrive on Xbox Project Scarlett and PlayStation 5. However, it will take a few years before we see the shooter on next generation consoles, as the publisher wants ...
Xbox All Access

Xbox All Access expands, Xbox Scarlett included in the service

The Xbox All Access subscription service is back available in some countries, namely the UK, Australia and the United States, and the option to switch to the Xbox Scarlett console has also been added at the moment ...

Watch_Dogs 3 could be a launch title for PlayStation 5 and Xbox Scarlett

Ubisoft registered the Watch_Dogs 3 brand and the game would refer to the new PlayStation 5 and Xbox Scarlett consoles.

Many developers are already working on next gen games

A survey conducted at 4000 developers highlighted that many of them are already working on the next-generation PlayStation 5 and Scarlett consoles.

Can Switch become a problem for Nintendo?

Nintendo is having a great time. Since the release of Switch, the company seems to have regained a place among the big names in video games, after the step ...

Sony sued for digital "monopoly"

Two years ago, Sony stopped selling download codes for its games at retailers like Amazon, Best Buy, and Walmart. Now...

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