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Official Xbox Magazine

Official Xbox Magazine August 2019

Official Xbox Magazine is 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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1 min
talkin’ bout an evolution

The games industry’s biggest event, E3, has bared its precious secrets to the world once more, and again Xbox has come up trumps with some awesome reveals. OXM was there in LA to bring you all the news from Microsoft’s E3 conference, as Phil Spencer set out Xbox’s plans that will evolve gaming over the coming years. This includes more exciting news of a new console, Xbox Project Scarlett, and we have all the details of that, xCloud streaming and tons more, covered this month! There were many, many exciting new games announced at E3, too. Check out our massive preview round-up from page 26, including Halo Infinite, Gears 5, Cyberpunk 2077, Watch Dogs Legion, Marvel’s Avengers and loads besides. You’ll find more details in our 50 Hottest New Games…

1 min
the oxm team

Adam Bryant Staff writer After a hectic week chasing down in developers in LA, Adam announced to the world that he’s going to bed for about six months. Night night, Adam. Rob Crossland Art editor Rob has been proclaiming that he’s still hammering away at The Division 2. Hang on, we’re not sure that actually counts as news, Rob… Drew Sleep Production editor Drew’s news is that we shouldn’t be sad the Final Fantasy VII remake isn’t coming to Xbox. He says FFVIII is the best one, and that’s coming to Xbox later this year. Robin Valentine Contributor After playing Outer Wilds for too long, Robin announced he’ll be doing everything in 22-minute bursts. We’re unsure how that’s going to work out for his productivity.…

1 min

The big news this month is all around a certain games industry conference in Los Angeles, so we have a full report on Microsoft’s E3 on page 8! With no Sony at E3 this year, Microsoft was always going to go all guns blazing, and it certainly stole the show with more news and a definite time window for the release of the next generation Xbox! Read all about that, plus news on xCloud streaming and more! And speaking of new hardware, we have news of some ‘uniquely themed’ new new Xbox One consoles on page 12. Xbox Games Studios has also added another quality studio to its stable – Double Fine. We have all of the details on that over on page 14! Of course E3 is where a…

6 min
scarlett takes xbox to the next level

The future of Xbox is rapidly galloping towards us… we just don’t know what it’s called quite yet. Microsoft played it relatively coy at this year’s E3, promising its next console – still codenamed Project Scarlett – will launch with Halo Infinite around ‘holiday 2020’. And that was about your lot. Alright, so we know the successor to Xbox One will be insanely powerful and support 8K gaming and ray tracing, yet beyond that Scarlett is still shrouded in a fair bit of mystery. Clearly, this new box is still at the project stage, because Microsoft still hasn’t given it an official moniker. While we await the arrival of Xbox Two/Xbox 720/whatever the next-gen machine ends up being named, we at least have some stone cold facts we weren’t privy to…

1 min
oxm says

Chris Burke The potential offered by Scarlett is breathtaking (and I’m still impressed by the X!). The games are what it’s all about though, and I’m excited for Halo Infinite and to see what other titles could show off the potential of the next-gen console. Rob Crossland This is going to be a major step forward towards PC gaming levels of gameplay, and something I’m certainly very excited about! The specs are a massive jump forward over the X. I better start saving to get a 4K setup ready for launch! Drew Sleep Ultimately, it all boils down to one thing: the games, and Microsoft is making bold steps in making its library available to more people. Add to that its new quiver of studios working hard on new exciting titles and you have a…

1 min
pass it on

If you’re an Xbox One owner who’s also fond of PC gaming, Microsoft made all your Christmases come at once at E3. During its conference, the company announced the beta for Xbox Game Pass on PC had gone live, and at an extremely competitive price. Not only can you join up for a £1/$1 monthly trial, but the full service only costs £3.99/$4.99 a month. For that, you get access to over 100 games, all of which can be played at 4K if you have a powerful enough PC. Not bad for less than the price of a pint, huh? For those that want to access the service on both Xbox One and PC, Microsoft has introduced a new subscription package that lets you access the entire library on both systems…