Microsoft will be adding almost 20 games to its Xbox One backwards compatible lineup this month. The reverse compatibility program has been growing exponentially since late 2015, and now boasts a digital library of over 400 games (you can see the complete list here). Of course, the nostalgic hunger for Xbox 360-turned Xbox One titles hasn’t gone away, and Microsoft is attending to your needs with not one but six Star Wars games (including Battlefront, Battlefront II and KotOR II: The Sith Lords), The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind, and Conker: Live & Reloaded. All 19 games are accounted for below.
The latest update from Rare studio’s Sea of Thieves has just released for Xbox One and PC. Update 1.02 brings in a load of updates to the game while also addressing some bugs and glitches.
Ninja Theory’s incredible story-driven title Hellblade Senua’s Sacrifice has just released for Xbox One. Those who own an Xbox One X console will also be in for a treat as the title supports the enhanced capabilities of Microsoft’s beefed up console.
A security researcher has disclosed details of an important vulnerability in Microsoft Outlook for which the company released an incomplete patch this month—almost 18 months after receiving the responsible disclosure report.
Blackened boss-battler Sinner: Sacrifice for Redemption is crossing the threshold to Nintendo Switch, it has been announced. Formerly launching on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One platforms, Dark Star’s vice-crushing action RPG hopes to recruit a whole new legion of fans come Q3 2018, when it will enjoy a simultaenous launch.
Epic Games’ Fortnite players on console always complain regarding the game’s long loading times, especially during the initial login screen. The latest update is here to fix that.
Blizzard’s competitive shooter, Overwatch, recently got an update.
The wait for Extinction, Iron Galaxy’s bloodthirsty combat survival adventure, is over at long last. If the Iron Galaxy label sounds familiar, that’s because this development team was partially responsible for the 2013 Killer Instinct title. But Extinction represents a rather primitive turn. Instead of busting combos, you’ll be wall-running and whipping 150 foot beasts into submission.
Mistaken Visions is an indie group hailing from Hamburg, and boy do they have a terrific concerto prepared for all music lovers. The Piano is a noir-horror adventure that’s framed around a disturbing murder mystery. You are John Barnerway, failed Parisian pianist, and you’ve been blamed for your brothers’ murders. There’s definitely a motivation somewhere in that sentence, but if you want to prove your innocence, your only shot is by gathering relevant clues and solving puzzles that skulk in the darkest recesses of your mind.