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Just like that September is upon us and Microsoft has announced the four titles that will be available across Xbox One and Xbox 360 through Games With Gold for Xbox Live Gold subscribers.

Forza Motorsport 5: Game of the Year Edition - The Game of the Year Edition comes with a Top Gear DLC car pack that introduces another 10 vehicles to the game.

Oxenfree. The atmospheric, dialogue-driven adventure game first released early last year.

Xbox 360 players will have access to Hydro Thunder Hurricane, the water-based racing game and Battlefield 3. Both of these games are playable on Xbox One through backwards compatibility.
The Xbox One X will release on November 7th, 2017. The Scorpio edition pre-orders have mostly sold out at every retailer, but with some luck you might be able to snag one.

Even though the Scorpio edition will only be sold through pre-orders, the standard Xbox One X's features will be identical. The XBOX (XBox One X) will be sold for $500 / £449 / AU $649, which is the same exact price for either edition. Gamestop is selling a bundle with an Elite controller for $600USD, which is a $50 discount over purchasing them separately. There is also another bundle at Gamestop that includes an extra controller and more for $583USD.

Good luck getting one of these guys, as Microsoft has stated that it is their fastest pre-ordered Xbox ever. All that power is tempting... Let us know what Xbox you have and if you plan on upgrading to the XBOX!

So let’s just get real here: You know the Xbox Scorpio console heading to stores at the end of 2017 will be more expensive than the current Xbox One S model. That’s just a given. Microsoft’s Phil Spencer has already hinted to the fact that the eventual price tag will reflect a “premium” experience when compared to the Xbox One S. But rest assured that the consumer cost won’t be outrageous, falling in line with previous launch prices for a next-generation console.​

Read more: http://www.digitaltrends.com/gaming/phil-spencer-confirms-xbox-scorpio-costs-more/#ixzz4QCqtlN5I

In an announcement on Steam (via VideoGamer.com), the developers said the Xbox One version has been delayed, though the PlayStation 4 edition remains on track to come out on August 30. "Although we would have loved to release Verdun on both the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 at the same time, we regret to inform you that the Xbox One release is postponed," the team said. "We hope to get the game as soon as possible on this great platform. Yet in order to deliver you a true trench warfare experience we need a little more time."

There was no explanation provided for the delay. However, the studio said it was a "difficult decision" to make because the team "take our releases seriously."

Continue Reading @ Gamespot
Microsoft has announced that it is licensing out the Xbox One’s Wireless hardware to other companies. The wireless dongle you would use with the regular Xbox One controllers (The Xbox One S controller supports bluetooth) will now be inside of PC’s. This means no ugly wireless dongle anymore! The Lenovo IdeaCentre Y710 Cube is the first computer to have the hardware built into it. This means that to play with your original, or Xbox One S controllers, there is no peripheral needed. Microsoft stated that they plan to imbed the Xbox Wireless hardware into motherboards so people that prefer to build there own PC can have the functionality.

The Xbox hardware is not just for Xbox One controllers. Microsoft has also been licensing out to headphone companies, such as Turtle Beach, pdp, and Astro. This means we will probably see the Xbox hardware in headphones and other audio devices as well.

Source: Microsoft wants all your devices to run on Xbox One?s proprietary wireless signal | PCWorld

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim remastered is now up for preorders on Xbox One and PS4. Microsoft’s Larry Hyrb stated that you will be able to pre-download the game, but it will not be playable until October 28 at 12:01 AM ET. Skyrim Remaster will also include all of the DLC that has been previously released. The remaster includes a bunch of new visual effects. These new effects include new show shaders, god-rays and more. It also now has support for PC mods, much like Fallout 4.​

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