New Preview Alpha 1806 System Update – 5/24/18

Starting at 6:00 p.m. PDT today, members of the Xbox One Preview Alpha Ring will begin receiving the latest Xbox One system update (1806.180521-1920). Read on for more about the features, fixes and known issues in the latest 1806 system update. NEW FEATURE FEEDBACK:   Updates for Groups based on Xbox Insider feedback: We’re enabling Groups for the rest of Preview Alpha tonight! You’ll want to take the new system update once available and then start trying out Groups if you have not had access to the feature before. There’s also the existing Quest for Preview Alpha to give the…

More Things to Know About E3

By Yoonsang David Yu, Marketing Manager   Here is some additional E3 tidbits I thought I would share with you that I didn’t include in the previous blog entry:   Food and Drinks   It is important keep yourself hydrated and fed during E3, as it can be quite grueling, especially if you’re planning on […]

Get Hacknet – Deluxe Edition for FREE! You’ll get the game and…

Get Hacknet – Deluxe Edition for FREE! You’ll get the game and the official soundtrack, too. It’s available until 10 a.m. PT Saturday, May 26 or while supplies last. Plus, the Humble Store Spring Sale Encore is here, with hundreds of games now back on …

Mothergunship Demo Available Now on Xbox One – The Gun Crafting Range

Hello, Xbox fans! It’s been a while since we were here last time, but we are back with some great news! We’re very excited to announce that the Mothergunship demo is now available on Xbox One for those who want to get a glimpse of the game before its launch. Mothergunship is a bullet-hell first-person shooter where you craft your own guns, fight gigantic bosses, play together with your friends, and defeat a robotic alien armada that conquered Earth. From the first time we showed Mothergunship publicly, experimentation with our crafting system was a key attraction, leading to long lines…

Talking with Halo FFA and Community Champion Ryan “RyaNoob” Geddes

Heading into Halo World Championship 2018 last month, Ryan “RyaNoob” Geddes was one of the players Halo Waypoint pegged as a player to keep an eye on during the tournament. Ryan has competed at the highest level for many years, but this would be one of the biggest tournaments in his career as he would eventually go on to win the Halo Free for All (FFA) tourney and take home $6,000. Back home in Tampa, FL, Ryan recently attended a celebration in his honor at his local Microsoft Store, the same store that he rose through the ranks of qualifying…