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Update: Epic files opposition, Microsoft also working on a response
CEO Tim Sweeney told Xbox boss Phil Spencer that "certain plans for August" would create an "extraordinary opportunity"
Sarah Bond, head of Microsoft's new Gaming Ecosystem Organisation, talks about the firm's efforts to make cloud accessible to even the smallest teams
Documents reveal platform holder explored taking 12% of console game revenues, down from the current 30%
Starting August 1, platform holder will take 12% of PC game revenues, down from the current 30%
Over 50 titles are now free to download and play
Program offers free access to dev tools and case studies to use Microsoft's cloud tech on all platforms and engines
Apple initially blocked the app, but users will be able to play Xbox games via Edge, Chrome or Safari browsers
Microsoft's call for the case to be moved to arbitration was successful
Release notes in Insiders testing program say Microsoft will no longer require a paid subscription to play free-to-play games online
Over 50 games can now be played with an Android device instead of a controller
Microsoft made the change to distinguish its online service from Xbox Live Gold
Xbox head talks about acquisition, saying "this is about delivering great exclusive games for you that ship on platforms where Game Pass exists"
As the acquisition of ZeniMax Media closes, Microsoft's Phil Spencer offers clarity on multi-platform future of Bethesda games
Update: European Commission has no concerns with the deal impacting the common market
First games to benefit from "FPS Boost" are Far Cry 4, New Super Lucky's Tale, Sniper Elite 4, UFC 4, and Watch Dogs 2
Industry-first platform uses updated Xbox Accessibility Guidelines to help developers make games more accessible
But firm believes new PlayStation could sell up to eight million units by end of March, surpassing PS4
Xbox maker says URL on packaging and warranty notice inside count as "robust notice" of policy
European Commission's antitrust regulators will decide by March 5
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