Life Is Strange: Before the Storm getting bonus episode in 2018

Today, Deck Nine Games and Square Enix announced that the bonus episode of Life Is Strange: Before the Storm, called Farewell, will launch in early 2018.

Apart from that, Ashly Burch and Hannah Telle will be returning to play Max and Chloe. Fans of the series wanted their return for a long time and weren’t too thrilled about other actors replacing them in Before the Storm. Burch has been working with the writing team to shape the dialogue.

“The team here were thrilled to hear the news that both Hannah Telle and Ashly Burch were able to come back together again to voice Max and Chloe”, said Jeff Litchford, Vice President of Deck Nine Games. “We were really happy with Rhianna DeVrie’s performance as Chloe in Before the Storm and the fan reaction to her has been great, she’ll continue to work closely with us as part of a really close team we have created.”

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Fallout 4 achieves native 4K resolution on Xbox One X

Yesterday, Fallout 4 received an Xbox One X update but it wasn’t immediately clear what resolution the game ran at.

The description just said “4K” support with “dynamic resolution”. Many gamers assumed this was a checkerboarded or upscaled solution like the 1440p 30 FPS target on PlayStation 4 Pro. However, that’s not the case and the game manages to achieve native 4K almost all the time on Xbox One X. Even when it dynamically scales down the resolution to maintain 30 FPS, it only does so on the horizontal axis so the game looks crisp even during these drops.

Spotify now sports a Live Tile on Windows 10

Spotify has embraced one of the Windows platform’s signature features: Live Tiles.

Spotify finally hit the Microsoft Store earlier in 2017, but it arrived as a basic port of the standard desktop app using Microsoft’s Project Centennial Desktop Bridge.

Sonic Adventure 2 and Earth Defense Force 2017 come to Xbox backward compatibility

Two more games are headed to the Xbox backward compatibility program.

Xbox’s Larry Hryb has announced that two more Xbox 360 titles, Sonic Adventure 2 and Earth Defense Force 2017, are now playable on Xbox One via the console’s backward compatibility feature.

There are a few ways you can play Skyrim in VR; which one is best?

Playing Skyrim in VR isn’t just for those with a PlayStation.

Skyrim VR, available on PlayStation VR, is getting a lot of attention due to the scale and overall gameplay it’s brought to the 3D gaming world. For some, Skyrim in VR might already be familiar. There are, in fact, a few different ways you can experience the world of dragons and snow in VR. Which one is most worth your time? Let’s compare!

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Xbox Wireless: Everything you need to know

These are all the details you need on Xbox Wireless – Microsoft’s latest ecosystem for accessories free of cables.

While Microsoft continues to converge its experiences across Xbox One and Windows 10, programs like Play Anywhere are proving how unified platforms can be beneficial to both the consumers and the company itself. “Xbox Wireless” shows this philosophy being applied to accessories too, building a hardware ecosystem between Microsoft’s two flagship gaming platforms. Here’s everything you need to know about Xbox Wireless, and its benefits to you as a gamer.

Get a year of Microsoft Office 365 Home for just $60

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Microsoft’s Edge browser is now available for Android and iOS

 Last month, Microsoft announced its intentions to bring its Edge Browser to iOS and Android, as it works to broaden its reach on third-party mobile devices. After being made available in preview form for roughly a month, the app officially hits iOS and Android’s respective app stores starting today. The followup to the once ubiquitous Internet Explorer has been blossoming on Windows… Read More