Microsoft discounts I, Robot, Home Alone 2, Happy Gilmore, + more to just $5 each

Microsoft is back with another weekly $5 movie sale. For this roundup, our top pick is I, Robot which fetches $15 at Google Play right now. This epic adventure stars Will Smith as a “robo-phobic police detective” that’s investigating the apparent suicide of a robot designer. Through the course of the movie, he runs into a prototype robot that has human emotions, but is that enough to save the world? You’ll have to watch and find out. Rated 4.3/5 stars. Not a robot movie fan? Well, there’s plenty more on sale below, as well as at Microsoft, including classics like Home Alone 2: Lost In New York, Happy Gilmore, and many others.

Today’s best game deals: Cuphead $15, Untitled Goose Game $12, more

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In today’s best game deals, Microsoft is now offering Cuphead on Xbox $14.99. That’s 25% off the regular $20 price tag and the lowest total we can find. This one is still listed at $20 on Switch and PlayStation. Players take on the role of Cuphead or Mugman (single player or local co-op) as they attempt to pay back their debt to the devil. Amazing 1930s-style visuals, tough boss battles, and some light run n’ gun platforming stages make this one about as challenging as it is gorgeous. “Inspired by cartoons of the 1930s, the visuals and audio are painstakingly created with the same techniques of the era: traditional hand drawn cel animation, watercolor backgrounds, and original jazz recordings.” Head below for the rest of today’s best console game deals including Untitled Goose Game, Crysis Remastered, The Wonderful 101 Remastered, Assassin’s Creed Bundle, the ID@Xbox Gamefest Sale, and more.

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New subscribers can enjoy 3-months of Game Pass Ultimate with 100s of games, more at $1

Microsoft is offering 3-months of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate for just $1 if you’re a new subscriber. For comparison, you’d normally pay $40 for a 3-month subscription to Game Pass Ultimate at Amazon and today’s deal is a match for the best price that we’ve tracked. Game Pass Ultimate delivers both Xbox Live and the entire Game Pass library, as well as access to EA Play. This gives you well over 100 high-quality games like the entire Halo series, No Man’s Sky, Gears of War, GTA V, Forza, The Show 21, Red Dead Online, and many more. Want to take a deeper dive into all that Game Pass has to offer? We checked it out and laid everything on the table in our comprehensive guide right here.

Microsoft celebrates 20 years of Xbox with gear drops, wallpapers, more through November

This year, Xbox turns 20. That’s right, our favorite gaming console is nearly of legal age, and Microsoft is taking a walk back down memory lane for a celebration. You’ll find exclusive gear drops, wallpapers, profiles, and even the ability to go back to where it all started: Halo. So, let’s take that stroll back in time and see how far Microsoft has come in the past two decades.

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Microsoft’s $5 movie sale includes Battleship 4K, Die Hard, Assassin’s Creed, more

Microsoft is back with another weekly $5 movie sale. Today, our favorite is Battleship in 4K, which normally runs $15 at Google Play. This movie follows Liam Neeson, Taylor Kitsch, Rihanna, and many other award-winning actors as they join forces in an epic battle for Earth at sea. There’s an international naval coalition that becomes the world’s last hope for survival as a hostile alien force attempts to take over our beautiful blue planet. Rated 4/5 stars. If alien movies aren’t your thing, then head below, because Microsoft has plenty of other titles on sale as well. Also, don’t forget to check out this landing page, as it holds the entire list of discounted movies this week.

Star Wars Day game deals now live from $1! Jedi Fallen Order, Squadrons, LEGO, more

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Star Wars Day game deals are now starting to go live on the digital Xbox store, Nintendo’s eShop, the App Store, Google Play, and PSN. While we are still a few days away from this year’s big May the 4th celebration, as is customary, the game deals are already going live. Microsoft has kicked off a wide-ranging Star Wars game sale featuring titles new and old alongside some classics on the eShop and we are even starting to see some PSN price drops as well. Head below for a closer look at the now live Star Wars Day game deals alongside some great little mobile apps and more.

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Special-edition Microsoft Bluetooth mice launch in Arctic and Forest Camo styles, pre-order now

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One of the perks of working from home is that in many instances you can set your office up just the way you like. Not just with your favorite furniture, but also sleek-looking hardware and peripherals. For some, new Forest and Arctic Camo styles of the Microsoft Bluetooth Mouse styles could prove to be a visual upgrade for their workspace. Features are in line with the lineup of Microsoft’s standard and vibrant Bluetooth mouse variants, meaning users can expect 12-month battery life, a modern shape, and more. Continue reading for additional details.

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MLB The Show 21 now available on Xbox Game Pass + Fable, Destroy All Humans! coming soon

Xbox Game Pass members will get MLB The Show 21, Fable Anniversary, Phogs!, Second Extinction, Destroy All Humans!, and more this month. Microsoft took to the Xbox Wire blog today for another edition of its “Coming Soon to Xbox Game Pass” feature this morning. You’ll find details on when and how each of these titles will or are already available as well as details of improved touch controls for a series of cloud-enabled titles. Everything you need to know is waiting for you below. 

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Microsoft introduces Surface Laptop 4 with either AMD or Intel processors

Today, Microsoft is launching the latest addition to its in-house lineup of Windows computers with the Surface Laptop 4. Entering as one of the brand’s first portable machines to have the option of switching over to AMD processors, the new release enters with both 13.5- and 14-inch models alongside up to 70% performance gains, according to Microsoft. That’s alongside some upcoming accessories that expand the entire Surface lineup, including what Microsoft calls the Modern Webcam and USB-C Speaker. Head below for all of the details.

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Halo Master Chief Collection Season 6: Raven brings console mouse + keyboard support, more

Halo: The Master Chief Collection is getting updated with its sixth season of content today. The most notable improvement is likely mouse and keyboard support on console, but we’re also seeing an all-new 100 tiers of content, the Waterfall map for Halo 3 online, game variants, and more. Curious what Halo: The Master Chief Collection Season 6 has in store? Let’s take a look.

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Microsoft brings 16 classic Xbox games to Android today: Fallout, Gears, Elder Scrolls, more

Microsoft has announced an interesting expansion of Xbox Cloud Gaming today. It is “embarking on a new journey” for Xbox backwards compatibility by “taking it to the cloud.” Over on the official Xbox Wire, Microsoft has announced that it is bringing a collection of its older backwards compatible titles to Xbox Cloud Gaming, all of which are playable on Android phones and tablets. Head below for more details and a complete look at the first wave of games. 

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Microsoft unveils two new Xbox controller colorways: Electric Volt and Daystrike Camo

Microsoft is announcing new Xbox wireless controllers today with upcoming Electric Volt and Daystrike Camo Special Edition models. After seeing new-generation carbon blackrobot white, and shock blue models hit alongside Xbox Series X/S, Microsoft hit us with a Pulse Red model back in January (now available for purchase). But the collection is expanding today with a vibrant Volt colorway and camouflaged red variant. Head below for a closer look. 

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Xbox Alpha Skip Ahead intros free-to-play multiplayer, Party Chat without Live Gold, more

Back in January, Microsoft announced that they would be raising the price of Xbox Live Gold. This received quite a bit of backlash, and Microsoft quickly reversed the change, as well as announced that they would no longer require Xbox Live Gold to enjoy free-to-play multiplayer titles. Well, it’s finally time for that to start being integrated, and Microsoft is beginning with its Alpha Skip Ahead release cycle. While this is a private release (invite-only), it’s at least progress toward it being integrated into the public release.

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Bethesda x Microsoft Roundtable livestream: 20 games hit Game Pass tomorrow, more

We could be in for some new details regarding the Bethesda Microsoft deal today. The massive $7.5 billion dollar merger was made official recently after making its way through the regulation process in both the EU and the US, effectively landing Bethesda’s biggest franchises — Fallout, Elder Scrolls, DOOM, Wolfenstein, and more — in Microsoft’s lap and leaving gamers with more questions than answers. We now have a much better idea of exclusivity and how these titles will make their way to Xbox Game Pass, but a new Bethesda Microsoft roundtable stream is scheduled for today that could bring some new details to light. You can watch the whole thing below. 

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Microsoft + Bethesda merger complete: Here’s what’s next for both companies

It was last September, right around the Series X pre-order launch, when Microsoft announced its $7.5 billion purchase of Bethesda, the game studio behind Fallout, The Elder Scrolls, DOOM, and many other fan-favorite games. Well, the merger is finally official, with both the EU and the US approving the merger. With that, we now have a few more details as to what this means for both companies, as well as how this could affect upcoming Bethesda releases. So without further ado, let’s dive into everything the Microsoft Bethesda merger will hold.

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Free Microsoft Xbox FPS Boost update breathes new life into old games

Backwards compatibility is something that felt ultimately necessary in both of Sony and Microsoft’s latest batch of consoles. But unlike PCs, console game settings typically cannot be configured to take advantage of better hardware once it comes out. Developers must get their hands dirty and hope that an update to the game will encourage enough sales to cover their investment of time, resources, etc. Some know that this effort is simply not worth their time, but Microsoft has their back with a new Xbox FPS Boost feature. Continue reading to learn more.

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All-new Xbox Wireless Headset debuts at $99 with auto-muting mic, ear-cup dials, more

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If you get your gaming fix on Xbox or PC, Microsoft has a brand-new headset for you. An all-new Xbox Wireless Headset with a sleek design is now available for pre-order. Microsoft touts this offering as having “best-in-class audio and chat performance,” features that can prove to be a big deal for every gamer. Wearers will benefit from industry-leading spatial sound technologies like Windows Sonic, Dolby Atmos, and DTS Headphone: X. Another great feature is that the microphone can detect when a player is not talking and automatically mute itself to keep background noise to a minimum. Continue reading to learn more.

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Microsoft reverses Xbox Live price hike, free-to-play games no longer require Live

After announcing the first price hike to Xbox Live Gold in years last week, Microsoft has since reversed course and stated that no price increase will be coming to its online gaming service. Plus, Microsoft also decided to make free-to-play games truly free-to-play, removing the requirement for Live in order to enjoy games like Fortnite, Apex Legends, and others.

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Microsoft announces first Xbox Live Gold price increase in years, here’s what you need to know

Microsoft is announcing an Xbox Live Gold price increase for the first time in years. Taking to the official Xbox Wire, the Live Gold team is announcing the first major price jump in as many as 10 years today and they are quite significant in some cases. While they won’t immediately effect existing subscribers, it appears as though Microsoft is looking to push folks to convert Live Gold accounts over to the newer, all-encompassing Xbox Game Pass Ultimate tier. Head below for more details. 

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New OtterBox mobile gaming accessories aim to elevate streaming, Apple Arcade, more

With game streaming and Apple Arcade continuing to gain momentum, mobile developers are likely to feel pressured when it comes to quality. There’s been a huge push for controller support in games, a lacking feature in many titles that has arguably kept loads of console players away from mobile. Thankfully, a new batch of OtterBox mobile gaming accessories should not only help make the case for console-grade titles on iPhone and Android devices. The company has unveiled several new offerings during CES 2021, which include a gaming clip, controller grip, protective carrying case, and more. Continue reading to find photos and additional details.

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Microsoft unveils latest-gen Pulse Red Wireless Xbox Controllers today

Today we are getting our first look at the new Pulse Red Xbox Controllers. After introducing the latest-edition wireless gamepad alongside the release of Xbox Series X/S in carbon black, robot white, and shock blue, Microsoft is expanding the lineup today with the new Pulse Red variant. With custom mapping, the new Share button, and the striking red colorway, this model sports the same enhancements the initial colorways carry and is set for release starting next month. Head below for more details. 

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Among Us is coming to Xbox Game Pass for Console in 2021

After making its console debut on Nintendo Switch earlier this week, Among Us will be coming to Xbox Game Pass for Console sometime next year in 2021. Already available on Xbox Game Pass for PC, this marks the second console-based launch of the unique game. But, this poses a few potential issues for players, so let’s take a look at what hurdles both companies have to jump before the launch of Among Us on Xbox.

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Microsoft unveils pair of limited-edition Mandalorian Xbox controllers

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With the second season of The Mandalorian coming to a close, Microsoft is getting in on the hype by showcasing a pair of new limited-edition gamepads inspired by the series. With two eye-catching designs inspired by the popular Disney+ series, you’ll want to head below for a closer look at the unique gamepads and for all of the details on adding the Mandalorian Xbox controllers to your collection.

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Last-minute EA Play delay halts Xbox Game Pass for PC catalog expansion until 2021

It wasn’t long ago that we covered the debut EA Play for Xbox Game Pass on console. At that point we cited a planned December 15 launch for PC subscribers, but at the last minute Microsoft has announced an EA Play delay. With many arguably looking forward to today’s launch, taking so long to share this unfortunate news is bound to be both frustrating and disappointing. Being in the midst of a pandemic is likely part of the reason for a delay, but Microsoft hasn’t come out and said as much, perhaps because spending more time at home is the very reason many subscribers could be very excited for this update. Continue reading to learn more.

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Microsoft unveils Flight Simulator for Xbox Series X/S with ‘same level of depth as the PC’

After spending 38 years of releases on PC, Microsoft Flight Simulator will finally make its way onto game consoles — Microsoft’s latest Xbox Series X/S units, to be exact. The company announced these plans last night, and one could argue this move may help sell consoles to gamers and non-gamers alike. While this experience is unlikely to rival the graphical capabilities that gaming PCs are able to pull off, many are bound to agree that Flight Simulator on Xbox is going to look great on the big screen. Continue reading to learn more.

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Early indications show PS5 could be ahead in the next-generation console war

Next-generation consoles have officially debuted, and many would agree that it was unclear which manufacturer would win the highest market share this time around. While PlayStation 4 won last time around, Xbox 360 was more pervasive the time before that. Pairing this game of leapfrog with odd behavior from Sony in the realm of crossplay, a lower entry price for Xbox Series S, alongside Microsoft services like xCloud or Xbox Game Pass, and it wouldn’t seem far-fetched to anticipate a potential loss for PlayStation 5. Surprisingly, it seems like the exact opposite could be the case if the PS5 resale market can serve as an indicator. Continue reading to learn more.

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Halo Infinite launching fall 2021 to give time for polishing gameplay and design

Halo Infinite is no stranger to delays, as we saw back in August when 343 announced that it would be 2021 before we’d see the latest installment in the series. Many were saddened by this, but in a way, it was good, as it gave the development team more time to polish things up and get them ready for the big release. Well, we finally have a more detailed timeline as to when Halo Infinite will launch, as well as developmental updates and new screenshots to view. So, while we wait for Halo Infinite to launch in fall of 2021, let’s take a look at the latest information we have as of right now.

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Microsoft launches massive digital Xbox Black Friday game sale, over 700 titles from $1.50

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After seeing a wealth of notable deals at Amazon this morning, Microsoft has now kicked off its digital Xbox Black Friday game deals. And it’s a big one. You’re looking at over 700 titles on sale ranging from new release like Crash 4 and Assassin’s Creed Valhalla to a wealth of sports games, and much more. In fact, this sale is already listing some titles at the best advertised Black Friday prices and you won’t  even have to get off the couch to score them. Head below for a closer look at this year’s digital Xbox Black Friday game deals. 

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Black Friday Android smartphone deals: Galaxy S20 Ultra $450 off, more from $150

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Update: It looks like the Note20 Ultra has sold out, but you’ll still be able to save up to $450 on Galaxy S20/Ultra devices right here, as well as a handful of other Android smartphones below.

Microsoft is currently discounting Samsung’s unlocked Galaxy Note20/Ultra lineup headlined by the Note20 Ultra 128GB at $949.99. Usually selling for $1,300, today’s offer is $350 off the going rate, $50 below our previous mention, and a new all-time low. Centered around a 6.9-inch AMOLED 2x display with 120Hz refresh rate and HDR10+, Samsung’s latest flagship smartphone is certainly worth a look at today’s price. You’ll also enjoy S Pen support as well as a triple-sensor rear camera and expandable microSD storage to complete the package. Over 1,200 customers have left a 4.5/5 star rating and you can get a closer look in our hands-on review. Head below for more Black Friday Android smartphone deals from $150.

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Xbox Series X: Unboxing the ‘world’s most powerful console’

It’s finally here: Microsoft’s “most powerful console ever” has arrived. My unit got here a little while ago, and I’ve just finished unboxing it. I had a One X from around two months after it was announced up until last week when I sold it to prepare for the Series X arrival. So, what’s in the box? How big is it? And is it really worth the upgrade? Ready to find out what’s in the box? Keep reading for our full Microsoft Xbox Series X Unboxing.

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EA Play now available on console with Game Pass Ultimate, coming to PC Dec 15

EA Play was first announced to be coming to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers back in September. But, today the service actually launched, right alongside Xbox Series X and S. Starting today, Xbox gamers can take advantage of EA Play as long as they have an active Game Pass Ultimate subscription. However, PC players will have to wait until December 15 before the service is available. Want to learn more about how to utilize EA Play with Game Pass, and what titles are available on both services? Keep reading to find out more.

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Microsoft Black Friday ad: Surface lineup, Sonos speakers, VR headsets, more

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Today, Microsoft is giving shoppers an early look at what to expect in terms of all the discounts for the holiday season, detailing two weeks’ worth of price cuts. With deals on its lineup of Surface devices, Sonos speakers, coding kits, and Android smartphones, and more, you’ll be able to lock-in Black Friday discounts starting on November 16. Head below for a look at everything in this year’s Microsoft Black Friday ad.

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Xbox Series S/X: Where and when to buy

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Xbox Series X launch day is upon us. Many of us have been waiting years for this day, and it’s finally here. After the pre-order window came and went without as many gamers getting a chance to score a new Xbox Series X or Series S as we would have liked, today is the next chance to get one before the holidays. Many of the biggest retailers have already confirmed more stock of both consoles will be available today (if it isn’t already) and you’ll find all of the details on when and where to buy an Xbox Series X or Series S along with some handy links down below. 

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Samsung and Xbox partner to give away limited edition QLED Cyberpunk 2077 TV

With Xbox Series S/X console releases just around the corner, it’s important to have a top-tier television to play on. To help aid this, a limited edition Samsung QLED Cyberpunk TV giveaway has launched. Not only will this unit feature a standout Cyberpunk 2077 design, it will also be able to display 4K content at 120Hz. A “low millisecond response time” takes things even further. Continue reading to learn how you may be able to participate in the giveaway.

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Microsoft unveils an Xbox Series X Fridge, and you can win it for yourself

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From the moment that the Xbox Series X hit the scene, Microsoft’s latest console was being compared to a refrigerator rather than a state-of-the-art gaming machine. Now, Microsoft is getting in on the joke by debuting a fridge that looks exactly like the Xbox Series X. And you could even win it for your very own game room. Head below for a closer look and all of the details.

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Official Xbox Series X walkthrough showcases Quick Resume, UI details, more

Microsoft took to YouTube today with an official next-generation Xbox Series X walkthrough. The lengthy video highlights “faster load times, higher frame rates, and more dynamic game worlds,” with the main focus being on the user experience of booting up an Xbox Series X or S on launch day. While this isn’t a full-on teardown video like we got from Sony recently, today’s presentation showcases the Xbox Series X and Series S redesigned user interface, sharing features, quick resume access, and more. Head below for more details and to see it for yourself. 

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Microsoft’s all-new Surface Laptop Go launches from $549, Pro X upgraded, more

Earlier today, Microsoft made some fresh additions to the Surface lineup. Leading the pack is an all-new Surface Laptop Go that clocks in with a very affordable starting price of $549.99. The company also doubled down on its ARM-powered Surface Pro X by debuting a high-end model with a faster Microsoft SQ 2 processor. Continue reading to learn more.

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Xbox Series S and Series X pre-orders start now at these retailers

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Xbox Series S and Xbox Series X pre-orders officially kick-off today at various retailers. Unlike the PlayStation 5 pre-order disaster, Microsoft has left us with a neat and tidy schedule to prepare for its next-generation of gaming. Here’s to hoping Xbox Series S/X stock is in good order and the listings will stay live for more than a split second, but only time will tell now. Your best bet is to ready your favorite retailer(s) Xbox Series S/X listing for the moment it goes live to ensure you’re ready to go on day one. Head below for quick links and more details.

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Microsoft buys Bethesda for $7.5 billion: Fallout, Elder Scrolls, DOOM, more

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Big news today from the Xbox camp has officially confirmed Microsoft’s acquisition of Bethesda parent company ZeniMax Media — one of the largest independent game publishers on the planet. ZeniMax Media owns a number of the biggest and historically relevant game development studios out there including, but not limited to, id Software, Arkane Studios, Tango Gameworks, and Bethesda Game Studios — subsequently welcoming a series of massive game franchises to the Xbox family from Prey and Dishonored, to DOOM, The Elder Scrolls, Wolfenstein, and Fallout. Head below for more details.

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Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S pre-order: When, where, and how

The PlayStation 5 arrived yesterday to much fanfare, including early pre-orders. Microsoft, on the other hand, decided to give gamers a week or so to prepare for the pre-orders. Well, today, Microsoft outlined what time its pre-orders will take place and what stores to purchase it at. So, without further ado, let’s dive into when, where, and how to pre-order the Xbox Series X and Series S.

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Xbox Series X vs. Series S comparison: Which should you buy?

Microsoft just confirmed the pricing of both the Xbox Series S and Series X, but there’s quite a difference between the two. Considering the Series S comes in at $299 and the Series X will cost you $499, which should you buy? The answer might not be obvious, but we’ll do our best to break down the differences between the consoles below. We’ll be laying out the main feature sets of each and who should pick up the higher-end Xbox Series X vs. the more budget-focused Xbox Series S this time around.

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Microsoft officially unveils Xbox Series X/S price and release date

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We now have the official Xbox Series X price and release date along with even more Series S details. Yesterday we got official confirmation on the disc-less Series S as well as its $299 price point, but Microsoft has now inked an official release date for both of its upcoming flagship consoles as well as the Xbox Series X price in today’s Xbox Wire update. Head below for more details.

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Xbox Series S goes official at $299 while more next-gen details emerge

Amid long-running speculation, new reports and Microsoft itself have revealed new details on the next-generation of Xbox consoles. Fresh details from Windows Central point to an early November launch date for Xbox Series X, while the lower-cost Xbox Series S has now been made official as well, with Microsoft confirming early this morning. With prices starting at $299, today’s news offers a further glimpse into Microsoft’s next-gen plans. Head below for full details on today’s news, pricing for the entire lot, and most importantly, the launch date.

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Score 3 more months of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate at $24 today (Reg. $45)

CDKeys is now offering 3-month Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscriptions for $26.69 $28.59 $24 with free digital delivery. Regularly $45, like it currently fetches at Amazon and Best Buy, today’s offer is within about $2 of our previous mention and the best price we can find. This is a perfect time to add an additional 3-months to your Game Pass Ultimate membership at a major discount. Along with access to Microsoft’s growing library of on-demand streaming games, it also includes online multiplayer, freebies, and special deals on digital titles. For more information, we just recently detailed the value Game Pass Ultimate brings to gamers compared to Sony’s PlayStation Plus service. Head below for more details.

Microsoft gives us our first look at the Xbox Series X interface today

While Halo Infinite might have gotten delayed beyond the likely November next-generation release date, but Microsoft is ready to give us our first good look at the new Xbox Series X interface today. In fact, it sounds like the “New Xbox Experience,” as Microsoft puts it, will also be rolling out for current-generation Xbox One machines with a strong focus on usability and connecting users across multiple Xbox-compatible platforms. Head below for more.

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Xbox Series X confirmed for November launch, Halo Infinite delayed to 2021

Developer 343 Industries has announced a major Halo Infinite delay. Just as excitement for the next generation of gaming has begun to ramp up, the Xbox Series X release lineup is taking a big-time hit and will have to launch without its flagship shooter. 343 Industries took to Twitter this afternoon to issue an official statement to its fan base regarding the disappointing news. While this just gives the team more time to make the game even better, it’s a tough pill to swallow nonetheless. Head below for more details.

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Leaked images show white Xbox Series X controller + confirm upcoming Series S

Leaked images and retail documentation for the new Xbox Series X controller have now all but confirmed the existence and upcoming announcement for Xbox Series S. Rumors and leaks have been pointing at an upcoming reveal of a second, less powerful and more affordable Series S Xbox console for a while now. If the recently leaked images are indeed real, and we have no reason to doubt the sources here, we are getting our first look at the all-white Xbox Series X controller as well as what is essentially confirmation of the upcoming Series S Xbox. Head below for all the details.

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Leak points at free-to-play Halo Infinite multiplayer, new features, and more

After getting our first taste of the single-player action on Xbox Series X, we now have surprising new details on Halo Infinite multiplayer. According to a retailer leak, the upcoming iteration of Microsoft’s sci-fi shooter saga could be taking a very different approach to its multiplayer suite this time around. Head below for more details on what could be a new free-to-play setup and developer 343 Industries’ response to recent criticism on the game’s visuals.

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