This is it - the next generation of consoles is finally upon us, and we now have a taste of Xbox Project Scarlett's specs.
John Cena Confirmed for Fast and Furious 9!
So, sorry to disappoint you, person who expected John Cena to play a cowardly weakling in the next Fast & Furious movie. The first Fast & Furious spinoff, Hobbs & Shaw will be released in theatres later this August.
Gamers can buy DLC, virtual currency, and in-game items for games that they play using the service, but Microsoft warns that if the game is removed from the Xbox Game Pass for PC service, players will lose access to any purchased content unless they buy the game.
Additionally, publisher Starbreeze announced that it has signed over all publishing rights to the game to Microsoft, which today announced its acquisition of Double Fine Productions. In the end, we're left with the feeling that the next Xbox will be able to go toe-to-toe with the PlayStation 5, setting the stage for another round of the console wars.
Xbox Scarlett will be backwards compatible with Xbox One.
Jedi: Fallen Order is Jedi Knight meets Uncharted
It is revealed that there is a prison camp inside the refinery where Wookiees are being forced to work for the Empire. We'll play a young wizard on the run, still trying to do good and build a rebellion while fleeing the baddies.
With GDDR6 memory, the console will support 120fps, variable refresh rate, real-time ray-tracing, next-gen SSD technology and more. Last year, the event kicked off with Halo Infinite, so hopefully this year we're treated to a little bit more than an in-engine teaser.
We'll update the article as more details are being shared with us. Onboard the the Pelican, Master Chief is revived and sees a destroyed Halo before the ship is attacked. Not just any Xbox games, but your games with your saves loaded on your your Xbox.
Drake trolls Bay Area after Raptors' Game 4 win
The only team to overcome a 3-1 deficit in the Finals was the LeBron James-led Cleveland Cavaliers, who beat the Warriors in 2016. KBLX program director Elroy Smith makes no apologies on his decision, telling Variety: "The Golden State Warriors will 3-PEAT".