Xbox One Weekly News Roundup: Microtransaction Mistakes, DLC Delays, And More

This week’s Xbox One news is a doozy. As always, there’s plenty of news on your favorite games, but a lot went down for the system as well.

Mike Ybarra talked mouse and keyboard support, and there are some pretty good deals on the Xbox One S and X systems right now. You won’t have to just watch let’s plays anymore; if you’re on Xbox One’s Mixer, you’ll soon be able to buy games directly from streamers. Fable Fortune is now out on Xbox One and PC in its full glory. You’ll have to wait a bit longer on Assassin’s Creed Origins‘ next DLC pack, The Curse of the Pharaohs, as it was just delayed. EA is fixing a listing mistake with its forthcoming Burnout Paradise remaster stating it will not have microtransactions. March’s Games with Gold titles have been revealed, and there are also three more backwards compatible titles available for Xbox One right now.

Forthcoming Releases

First Onrush PS4 And Xbox One Trailer Is A Motorstorm Fan’s Dream

Burnout Paradise Remastered Microtransaction Listing Is A Mistake, Says EA

System Shock: Remastered Delayed, Developer “On Hiatus”

Turok And Turok 2 Remasters Coming To Xbox One

Updates and DLC

Fable Collectible Card Game Available For Free Now On Xbox One And PC

New Battlefield 1 Update Is Out As Apocalypse DLC Launches For Some

New Fortnite Season 3 Update Is Out; Here’s The Patch Notes

The Assassin’s Creed Origins DLC Where You Fight Giant Scorpions Has Been Delayed


New Xbox One X and S Deals Available Now

Xbox Live

Free Xbox One Games With Gold For March Revealed

Three New Xbox One Backwards Compatible Games Now Available

Xbox One Game Sale: Xbox Deals With Gold From Now Until Feb. 27


Top 20 Best-Selling Games In The US For January 2018

After Twitch, Microsoft’s Mixer To Let You Buy Games Directly From Streamers

Microsoft Talks Xbox One Keyboard And Mouse Support, Addresses Concerns

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