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Onrush! Snake Pass! More!
Need to know Prompto.
A big resolution boost and smooth performance - but visual artefacts are distracting.
Want to play Gears of War 4 in 4K? Brace yourself for 103GB.
Digital Foundry goes hands-on.
Publisher secured, release platforms confirmed.
Its first on Sony hardware since 2003.
"Additional time required," ironically.
The sequel to 2013's top-grossing F2P game.
Quantum Break lags behind at seventh place.
Patch 1.7 allows 60fps and adds an option to remove upscaling - but big problems persist.
UPDATE: Best-selling new Microsoft Studios IP this generation, too.
Poor performance, UWP limitations, crashing Nvidia drivers - and a 50fps limit on 60Hz monitors. This isn't good.
Playing without being logged into the Windows Store works, too.
Digital Foundry on what works and what doesn't in Remedy's latest.
This won't get old.
UPDATE: Remedy reveals resolution and anti-aliasing details.
Remedy on Quantum Break coming to PC - and everything you can expect from the port.
But what is it?
"We had to backpedal and think of some good solutions."
"[Fans] might not always agree with everything we do."
Xbox boss Phil Spencer gets stuck in.
You get it free if you pre-order the Xbox One version.
Game of Thrones' Littlefinger joins cast.
Quantum Break! Scalebound! Crackdown! Halo Wars 2! All the news as it happened.
Spencer: "There simply isn't enough time."
Insists Xbox One game Quantum Break unaffected and in good health.
No solace or remedy.
Plus more from Outside Xbox.
Watch Remedy's latest in action.
Also from Outside Xbox: Far Cry 4's villain and devastating spoilers.
Video shows off new gameplay footage.
And new iOS project Agents of Storm.
"Time will tell" on chances of Alan Wake sequel.
The console, the controversies, and the remaining questions.
Ballmer wants exclusive support.
After Microsoft's divisive "TV TV TV" Xbox One reveal, Sony's Kaz Hirai insists PS4 is "first and foremost" a game console
"If we miss that part, I don't think we get the initial establishment of the console."
"It's very hard for me to stay objective here..."
FeatureXbox One shows flickers of visionary promise but misses an opportunity to prove it with games
Some thoughts from Redmond.
UPDATE 2: Quantum Break will also be a TV show which will interact with the game.