Last week we reported the install size for Forza Motosport 7 will be a monstrous 100GB, the largest yet. It’s a cause for concern for the average user, meaning Forza 7 will consume 20% of… Read More »
Microsoft pulled the curtain back on the Xbox One X at this year’s E3. Formerly known as Project Scorpio, the brand touts the revamped platform as “the world’s most powerful console.” While the Xbox… Read More »
Eurogamer reveals Project Scorpio will support AMD FreeSync and next generation HDMI, ensuring 4K gaming isn’t compromised.
Microsoft partners with Gamasutra for an in-depth look at how developers are taking advantage of Project Scorpio development kits.
Windows Central continues the hot topic of Microsoft’s upcoming machine, discussing the benefits of Scorpio for those with and without the intended 4K display.
Eurogamer confirms that Microsoft’s upcoming Project Scorpio console will be revealed this Thursday, care of Digital Foundry.
Check out our first look at the AMG race car around Fuji, complete in ultra high-res detail.
Windows Central confirms some interesting news about Project Scorpio, continuing its 4K theme and revealing a long overdue design change.
A Microsoft document leaked to Eurogamer reveals new details on the upcoming Project Scorpio.
A look back at the PS2 classic, but with today’s higher resolution.
The turkey’s gone cold, but the deals are heating up as Black Friday kicks into gear across the US.
Thanksgiving may have been last month in the Great White North, but there’s still deals to be had this weekend.
TheSixthAxis shares a preview of GT Sport straight from London, featuring PS4 Pro and PSVR support.
The first footage of Polyphony’s racer on the more powerful PlayStation has landed, with a VR clip to boot.
While many suspected it, Polyphony’s man in charge confirms the upcoming racing game will take full advantage of Sony’s new system.
With a PC release allowing for higher resolutions, how does Forza Horizon 3 look in 4K? IGN found out for us.
The rumor mill continues with reports of a more compact Xbox One model lined up for this year’s E3, and a more powerful NEO challenger expected sometime in 2017.
While the PlayStation 4 refresh may offer more power, recent rumors suggest Sony is taking care to not divide the user base.
A supposed leak is the latest in a recent string of news on Sony’s mystery machine.