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By Sherif Saed, Thursday, 11 June 2020 10:58 GMT Our first look at PlayStation 5 games is just a few hours away. Today, the long awaited (and once delayed) PS5 showcase event takes place, giving us a look at new first and third-party games coming to Sony’s next-gen console. Today’s livestream kicks off at 1pm
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Microsoft is well aware of the circumstances surrounding the launch of Xbox Series X. Phil Spencer, head of Xbox, has revealed that Microsoft’s commitment to services and supporting players wherever they may be will make the transition to Xbox Series X and next-gen easier, particularly in these uncertain times. Although supply chain problems have mostly
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The battle for the price of PS5 and Xbox Series X is about more than just component prices. Microsoft will be very aggressive at the start of the next-generation of console, and that could lead it to undercut Sony’s PS5 price, even if it means losing money initially. At least, that’s according to Wedbush Securities
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By Sherif Saed, Wednesday, 22 April 2020 11:33 GMT Microsoft has registered the official design of Xbox Series X logo. Though it has yet to be officially revealed, Microsoft has now registered the logo design for Xbox Series X. The trademark was spotted on Reddit earlier today. The Justia trademark page shows that it was
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During today’s PS5 reveal stream, it was announced that the PS5 will support the top 100 PS4 games at launch. The announcement was delivered by PS5 lead systems architect Mark Cerny and featured a breakdown of the upcoming console’s hardware capabilities. However, on top of all the discussion about teraflops, Cerny also discussed backwards compatibility.
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By Sherif Saed, Tuesday, 17 March 2020 12:21 GMT Tomorrow is a big day for PlayStation. Sony has announced that PS5 lead system architect Mark Cerny will offer a “deep dive into PS5’s system architecture, and how it will shape the future of games” tomorrow. The Tweet announcing this news points to the PlayStation Blog,
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Microsoft has now revealed just how far Xbox Series X will push backwards compatibility for games. Backwards compatibility has always been one of Microsoft’s early commitments for Xbox Series X. The console will play existing Xbox One games, as well Xbox 360 and original Xbox titles brought forward to Xbox One. Microsoft confirmed to Digital
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