CD Projekt Red revealed an Xbox One Collector’s Edition for their upcoming action role-playing, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt featuring Gwent, a highly addictive card game, and a unique cloth map of the in-game world.
Sony’s eighth generation console, PlayStation 4 continues to dominate its competition in US and Naughty Dog’s The Last of Us Remastered topped physical retail sales in July NPD, according to NPD Group’s latest monthly report.
Square Enix and Microsoft’s Xbox exclusive deal for Crystal Dynamics’ upcoming title, Rise of the Tomb Raider has a duration, according to Microsoft’s Head of Xbox, Phil Spencer.
Remedy Entertainment showed off the first in-game demonstration for their upcoming Xbox One exclusive title, Quantum Break at Gamescom.
Microsoft will live stream their Gamescom media briefing live from Cologne, Germany at 2pm CET/1pm UK/10am PDT.
Crytek’s third-person action-adventure game, Ryse: Son of Rome didn’t sell well as a launch title for Xbox One and the developer reveals that a sequel might happen when Xbox One installed base increases.
Crytek’s third-person action-adventure game, Xbox One launch title Ryse: Son of Rome is coming to PC this fall through a co-publishing deal with Deep Silver for the boxed version and digital versions will be published by Crytek.
343 Industries debuted a cinematic trailer for overhauled Halo 2: Anniversary, a graphical enhancement of 2004’s Halo 2 and features extra content, HD visual rendering, and remastered audio and graphics.
Microsoft released a new video for Insomniac Games’ upcoming open world, third-person shooter video game, Sunset Overdrive showing off character creation and customization.
Microsoft revealed the list of over 210 cars that will be featured in their upcoming racing video game, Forza Horizon 2.
The multi-billion dollar military science fiction game, Halo franchise created by Bungie and now managed by 343 Industries and owned by Microsoft Studios was once a PC and Xbox game until Microsoft decided to make it Xbox exclusive.
“E3 is a console show, so it didn’t really feel like the right place for us to talk about Windows”, said Xbox head Phil Spencer in a recent interview.