Xbox Game Pass just got a whole lot bigger.
The game is expected to generate $2.6 billion in hardware spending over three years. DFC's David Cole breaks down what these numbers mean for Microsoft's PC games business.
With concrete pricing finally announced, analysts weigh with their predictions for the Xbox brand ecosystem.
The budget-friendly console speaks to Microsoft's strategy for the next generation of gaming. GameDaily spoke to a pair of analysts about the announcement and what it means for the upcoming console transition.
COVID-19 and the advent of next-gen consoles have had a noticeable impact on this fall's slate of games, but consumer interest remains high.
Delaying the console's flagship title into next year raises questions about the launch strength of the Series X.
This week's financial report and first-party games showcase emphasizes that Xbox Game Pass has become the priority for the tech giant.
The implications of the news are enormous. A trio of industry analysts weigh in.
Analysts caution fans to not expect a price point to be announced, though. Image source: Sony.