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Official Xbox MagazineOfficial Xbox Magazine

Official Xbox Magazine May 2019

Official Xbox Magazine is North America's only all-Xbox monthly publication, dedicated to delivering the latest information on the hottest current and upcoming Xbox games. Each issue comes packed with breaking details and first looks, as well as more in-depth commentary and expert analysis on all of the latest trends and thriving culture that surrounds the games industry. 

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xbox the official magazine

EDITORIAL Editor Chris Burke burkey13a chris.burke@futurenet.com Art Editor Rob Crossland OXMRobC Production Editor Drew Sleep lunaratlas Staff Writer Adam Bryant Firebreedpunk Our Man Down Under Stephen Lambrechts CONTRIBUTORS Writing Stephen Ashby, Kimberley Ballard, Steve Boxer, Steve Hogarty, Martin Kitts, Sam Loveridge, Dave Meikleham, Alex Nelson, Aaron Potter, Alex Nelson, Alex Spencer, Justin Towell, Robin Valentine, Josh West, Ben Wilson, Robert Zak Art Jamie Schildhauer, Georgine Hodsdon All copyrights and trademarks are recognised and respected ADVERTISING Tel: 01225 442244 Media packs are available on request Commercial Director Clare Dove, clare.dove@futurenet.com Account Director Jeff Jones, jeff.jones@futurenet.com Account Manager Kevin Stoddart, kevin.stoddart@futurenet.com INTERNATIONAL Official Xbox Magazine is available for licensing. Contact the International department to discuss partnership opportunities Head of Print Licensing Rachel Shaw licensing@futurenet.com CIRCULATION Head of Newstrade Tim Mathers Head of Production Mark Constance Production Project Manager Clare Scott Advertising Production Manager Joanne Crosby Digital Editions Controller Jason Hudson Production Manager Nola Cokely MANAGEMENT Commercial Finance Director Dan Jotcham Brand Director,…

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this month in o-eggs-m…

In some ways this month’s cover game is like a dream title – what if shooter pioneers id teamed up with open-world experts Avalanche, in a setting that borrows much from the brilliant Mad Max? Well, then there’d be carnage on an unheard of scale… Check out everything we know about the upcoming Rage 2 from page 46 this issue, while we also round up the most brilliantly destructive games you can play on Xbox on page 52. Elsewhere, we talk to Team Ninja’s Yohei Shimbori about Dead Or Alive 6, while in our Retrospective feature on page 100 we celebrate the series legacy with a look at original Xbox launch title Dead Or Alive 3! And, with Easter round the corner, we went on an Egg Hunt, to find…

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the oxm team

Robin Valentine Contributor Best thing we found out about Robin is that his face appears in an episode of Black Mirror (not easy to spot, so in a way he is an easter egg in that episode). Rob Crossland Art editor The worst thing we discovered about Rob this month was that he’s not a fan of Halo: Combat Evolved. The rest of us are no longer talking to Rob. Drew Sleep Production editor The best thing we discovered about Drew this month is that he’s legally a ‘Drew’, not Andrew, as his mum didn’t want him to be called A. Sleep! Adam Bryant Staff writer There is video evidence on the internet of Adam as the guitarist and singer of a failed rock and roll band. He won’t tell us what they were called, though.…

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insider

Nothing gets the OXM team more excited than a bit of Halo news… and this month we’ve got some! We’re even going so far as to speculate that 343 Industries might be releasing Halo Infinite as early as this year… find out more from page 8! Hard to believe it’s been a year since Sea Of Thieves set sail on Xbox One, and we’ve got all the news on Rare’s exciting Anniversary updates on page 12! The blocky classic Minecraft has arrived on Xbox Game Pass, and now there’s no excuse to not give it a go, learn more on page 13. We’ve also got some E3 news, even though the big Los Angeles shindig is still a few months off yet. Find out why big-hitter EA isn’t going to…

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the year of halo

INFINITE WISDOM We’re currently in our fourth month of 2019 and a the team at OXM is starting to show textbook symptoms of acute Halo withdrawal. What started as slight irritability towards the end of last year has progressed into fullblown sweats, shakes and mindless gibbering about “finishing the fight”. You see, traditionally the mainline Halo games take around three years to develop, however we have been staring at the clocks and that time has well and truly passed. We’ve sought out many specialists, but their prognosis is always the same: unless we get our hands on a new Halo game soon, we may not see it through to Christmas. Our hopes were raised briefly when Halo Infinite was revealed at last year’s E3 conference, but with no mention of a release…

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oxm says

Chris Burke I can’t wait to see what 343i can come up with next for Master Chief. I’m also a little wary… please, please, please don’t make it all about battle royale – a continuation of the game’s great multiplayer offering plus a really great, substantial campaign please! Robin Valentine Halo Infinite needs to be something bold, creative, and above all different to make a splash like the series used to – otherwise I’m not sure what future Halo will have. I’m hoping Microsoft can really surprise us at this year’s E3. Adam Bryant As OXM’s Halo fanatic, it’s obvious I’d be ecstatic about finally being able to play Halo: Reach in 4K, 60fps on my Xbox One X, but as much as I love that game I can’t wait to play a brand-new Halo…

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