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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
Microsoft's James Gwertzman tells the GamesIndustry.biz Academy about his mission to help developers succeed
Microsoft's new consoles are off to a strong start - but converting its standard Live users to higher-revenue Game Pass subscribers remains a thorny challenge
Update: Next-gen console debut was "most successful in our history" as games revenues passed $5 billion for the first time
One- and three-month Gold memberships will be $1 and $5 more expensive respectively
Platform holder wants class-action case to be taken out of court and away from a jury trial
In a year when escapism was sorely needed, Microsoft's high-value subscription service became a destination unto itself
Online support and certain features will be sunsetted in December 2021
Celebrated simulation title is also the biggest launch on Xbox Game Pass for PC to date
Esports platform to remain running, with added support from Microsoft
Phil Spencer also decries console fan tribalism as "one of the worst things about our industry"
No consumer is going to be enthused about a price rise, but 15 years of $60 has done no favours to either gamers or creators
Sony's consoles sold 118,085 units in four days, while Microsoft's machines sold 20,534 in six days
CFO Tim Stuart said that publishers need to "make the right decision for their content"
CFO Tim Stuart points to summer next year for the supply profile meeting the demand profile"
Update: And 70% of Xbox Series X and S consoles are attached to Xbox Game Pass memberships
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