Final Fantasy XIV Director Would Like Their MMO on Xbox One and Switch

Final Fantasy XIV has been having some ups and downs this week. “There’s still a lot of things I want to accomplish inside of Final Fantasy XIV. The interview took an interesting turn when he was asked about bringing Final Fantasy XIV to Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. If Final Fantasy XIV actually comes to Xbox One, it could greatly expand the player base. If it launches on Nintendo Switch, it could set the precedent of MMOs on Nintendo Switch, which would be new ground to break on a Nintendo con

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Konami Comments on PES 2018 on Switch “Of Course We Considered It”

With the success of Nintendo Switch, many long-standing developers have been asked if their future games will appear on the Nintendo Switch. In regards to PES 2018, Konami says that they considered the idea of coming to the Switch. Despite official announcements not mentioning Nintendo Switch as a platform for the release of PES 2018, Adam Bhatti told GamesRadar+ that the final decision was still under discussion. Konami has also been open-minded about an Xbox One X version of PES, Bhatti reveal

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Monster Hunter World Has Region Free Servers, Worldwide Release, and Xbox One X Support

Monster Hunter World made its debut at Sony's E3 conference this year, and since then, it's had the attention of many, including many new potential fans. Speaking with GameSpot, Tsujimoto also shared some big changes to the series, such as region free servers and a simultaneous worldwide release. The Monster Hunter series has always been huge in Japan, and a much smaller cult classic in America. Monster Hunter World could very well be gearing up to change that. Monster Hunter World launches some

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Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare Remastered getting standalone release next week on PS4, Xbox One, and PC

Back when Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare was officially revealed, Activision made it clear that the companion game, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered, that came paired with the new entry to the series would not be available without Infinite Warfare. While the former Infinity Ward employee Robert Bowling said otherwise, Activision remained steadfast in that the game

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Konami on PES 2018 coming to Switch: “of course we considered it”

Upcoming footy sim PES 2018 scored one of GamesRadar+'s Best Of E3 2017 awards, but longstanding fans of Konami’s cult classic pointed out that there was no mention of a Switch version at the show. “Of course we’ve considered it,” says the man credited with spearheading PES’ resurgence over the last two years. “Right now we’re not ruling it out, but for PES 2018 the formats we’ve announced are the ones [in active development].”“Switch has blown a lot of people away,” he continues. Konami has a g

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Detroit: Become Human Twitter Takes Jab at Xbox One

In fact, Microsoft has even expressed a desire to work with Sony, attempting to offer cross-platform play between the PS4 and Xbox One. Despite Microsoft’s efforts, however, Sony has refused to allow for cross-platform play, and has continued to poke fun at the Xbox One manufacturer, with the official Detroit: Become Human Twitter account making the most recent joke at Microsoft’s expense. So, some may be confused about the negative reception to the Detroit: Become Human tweet. Essentially, the

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[Update] Standalone copies of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered have arrived in stores

Original Story:Possibly one of the worst kept secrets in gaming for 2017 is the standalone release of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered. The critically acclaimed FPS was remastered last year but you could only purchase it if you got one of the collector's editions for Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare. Some fans weren't really happy with that so they've been holding out for a standalone release. Either way, if you've been holding out for a standalone release, you won't have to wait much longe

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All three generations of Xbox consoles will be able to be System Linked for LAN parties with Backwards Compatibility

LAN parties, although not nearly as common as they used to be, were the only way to play rounds of Halo 2 with up to 16 buddies under a single roof. In an interview with YouTuber iJustine, Xbox's Albert Penello revealed that the Xbox One, Xbox 360, and OG Xbox will all be able to link together for LAN Parties all thanks to Backwards Compatibility. "You can actually System Link all three generations of consoles for LAN parties. So you can get an OG Xbox, a 360, and an Xbox can actually

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Project CARS 2 will not hit 4K/60 FPS on console, even on Xbox One X

A quote recently appeared on the Dutch gaming website, Gamersnet from Game Director Stephen Viljoen claiming that Project CARS 2 will run at 4K and 60fps on Xbox One X. Here's that quote:Yes, Project CARS 2 wants to run 4K / 60 natively on Xbox One X. In a post on the GTPlanet forums, Bell cleared the air stating that the game will run at "sub 60 FPS at 4K." On top of that, Project CARS 2 will not reach a locked 60 FPS at any point which Bell goes on to explain. To be clear, just because Project

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