If you're finished buying gifts for others, it's time to splurge on yourself with a discounted copy of Fallout 4 or Gears of War: Ultimate Edition as Microsoft's Xbox "Countdown" sale heads into its second week.
Xbox Live Gold subscribers can expect a varied lineup of Xbox One freebies in January, as Microsoft plans to give away the full first season of Killer Instinct content alongside a pair of backward-compatible Xbox 360 standouts.
This holiday season sees a massive sale on the Xbox Store, with savings on hundreds of games, TV shows, movies, and apps. The online store's "biggest sale ever" will run from December 22, 2015 through January 7, 2016.
Microsoft revealed next month's slate of free-to-download games for Xbox Live Gold subscribers, naming the stealth-action franchise reboot Thief and action-RPG The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing as next month's Xbox One freebies.
Microsoft launched a major update for its Xbox One console today, significantly overhauling the system's interface and introducing long-requested features like backward compatibility for Xbox 360 titles.
Microsoft's Major Nelson revealed that more than 100 Xbox 360 games will be playable on the Xbox One following the launch of a firmware update later this week, including standouts like Fallout 3, Shadow Complex, and Mirror's Edge.
Microsoft announced November's downloadable freebies for Xbox Live Gold subscribers, revealing that the service's first-ever batch of backward-compatible Xbox 360 games will be given away starting next month.
Developer Twisted Pixel, creator of games like 'Splosion Man and Comic Jumper, has "returned to its indie roots" this week, announcing that it has split from Microsoft Studios following its 2011 acquisition.