It has finally been revealed by Microsoft that the Halo: Spartan Assault is going to be coming for the Xbox One and Xbox 360. After so much anticipation and so many speculations regarding the game, the truth has finally been unveiled by Microsoft.
According to Dell, the Xbox One will be able to run Windows 8 apps which will be able to sync among all Windows 8 devices, isn’t that an interesting news? Xbox One product page has claimed the news basically also adding up that this will give users a unique experience. If the information turns out to be accurate, it will mean that PC will make itself a place in the living room courtesy Xbox One.
In the current generation, gamers only stay limited to what they own in the form of consoles and social interaction is impossible between two different consoles or a PC. Microsoft has been looking to change this concept for quite some time now and they seem genuinely interested in working on providing a cross platform which will run between PC and Xbox One.
ABI Research has recently put forward its view that PS4 and Xbox One, the next generation gaming consoles, will not be able to outsell the predecessors. In first five years, the current Gen has managed to get a sale of approximately 140 Million Units and the sales for the next Gen will fall by 5 % as reported by the ABI’s research team.
The PS4 controller will be offering basic functions of Analog Sticks and General Inputs out of the box and the advanced features will be added up later on. These will include the Analog Triggers, Motion Detector and the Light Strip. As compared to this, the Xbox still has a long way to go as its PC compatibility won’t be launched till the next year (2014).
Everyone surely must have been in awe of the excellent performance given by Ryse at the 2013 Electronic Entertainment Expo, more commonly known as E3. But unfortunately it was running on a PC using GTX 780s instead of the Xbox One, Ryse displayed that PC is much more powerful than Xbox One.
Having trouble deciding on whether or not to get a PlayStation 4 or Xbox 360 this holiday season? Microsoft wants to change that with their multi-city international Xbox One Tour that will give gamers the chance to experience the next generation console before it launches on November 22.
Up until now Microsoft has kept pretty quiet about the architectural details of their upcoming next-gen console Xbox One. At Hot Chip 2013 Microsoft unveiled the complete architectural details of the Xbox One, which boasts 5 billion transistors.
It looks like Microsoft will be producing a White version of their upcoming Xbox One console, but don’t get too excited. The white version at least for the time being appears to be limited to Microsoft Employees. Microsoft may offer the white version at a later time, but we have not heard of it being available to non-employees at launch.