Respawn’s Vince Zampella is Now Head of The Battlefield Franchise, Building a ‘Battlefield Universe’

EA has decided to shake things up and is not only committed to fixing Battlefield 2042, but the series as a whole. In a huge report from GameSpot, Respawn’s Vince Zampella, who currently runs the studio, APEX Legends, and their other projects, will now lead the Battlefield franchise. Continue reading Respawn’s Vince Zampella is Now Head of The Battlefield Franchise, Building a ‘Battlefield Universe’

Xbox Reportedly Exploring Handheld Options for Cloud Gaming

In a recent report from Windows Central, they mention the Qualcomm Snapdragon G3x G1 Handheld Developer Kit, which is a handheld device similar to the Steam Deck or a more powerful Nintendo Switch for Android gamers. This could be a cheaper solution for Microsoft, but the outlet also mentions that they have been dabbling in their own hardware specifically to perform well with their Cloud Gaming service. Continue reading Xbox Reportedly Exploring Handheld Options for Cloud Gaming

Rare’s Everwild adds Alien: Isolation’s Lead Designer

Everwild was a real surprise when it was announced at the XO19 event in November of 2019. It’s whimsical art style and beautiful world was different and a nice surprise for Xbox fans. When creative director Simon Woodroffe left the company, the community was worried that Xbox had another game development hell with the team without a true leader. Continue reading Rare’s Everwild adds Alien: Isolation’s Lead Designer

Reggie Fils-Aime Hosts Xbox Anniversary Panel, Says Industry is Better Because of Xbox

As Xbox continues to celebrate their 20th anniversary with news, announcements, and more, one of the more interesting events created quite the conversation. One of Xbox’s panels, which included Xbox pioneers Robbie Bach, Peter Moore, Bonnie Ross, and Ed Fries, was hosted by none other than former Nintendo of America president, Reggie Fils-Aime. Continue reading Reggie Fils-Aime Hosts Xbox Anniversary Panel, Says Industry is Better Because of Xbox

Xbox Cloud Gaming Gets a New Feature in “Clarity Boost”

Xbox has announced that their Cloud Gaming service will be adding a new feature, called Clarity Boost. This feature, previously revealed for Microsoft Edge, allows for improved visual quality over a stream when playing through a web browser. All Microsoft Edge users will be able to use this feature by early next year. Listed below are the instructions for activating the Clarity Boost option. Continue reading Xbox Cloud Gaming Gets a New Feature in “Clarity Boost”