The Xbox is set to undergo a sea-change in the coming years.
The astonishing flop of Stadia didn't teach Google anything, it seems
Microsoft admits it lost the console wars, Starfield was almost PS5-exclusive, Activision might not get PS6 dev kits
Could Sony be changing directions with its Project Q device?
The company's ten-year struggle to make game streaming satisfying isn't over despite development stagnation
Deathloop, Grounded, and Pentiment are coming next week
Microsoft makes another cloud gaming partnership and brings PC Game Pass to 40 new countries
Nvidia will support Microsoft's attempt to englobe the Call of Duty corporation
Regulators increasingly investigate Apple's and Google's restrictions on developers
Why it matters: Samsung took a giant leap into the gaming market, announcing several gaming-related developments, including firmware updates that add Game Pass and GeForce Now apps to TVs you may already own. As long as you have a game-streaming subscription to any of Samsung's partners, you will be good to go without needing a gaming console or PC.
Coming early next year
Google isn't done with cloud gaming
Stadia and Google Store customers will receive refunds
Xbox Cloud Gaming is exclusive to Samsung sets for now
Microsoft's Game Pass has slowly become a must-have for hardcore PC and Xbox gamers. With hundreds of great titles and lots of day-one releases, here are a few pro tips you should know about.
Legal action against Apple's browser and cloud gaming policies are pending an investigation
Samsung advertises its new TVs as cloud gaming hubs
Project Keystone isn't quite ready yet
Xbox Game Pass brings Life Is Strange: True Colors and Lost in Random to cloud, console, and PC players
Xbox Cloud gaming is also getting some neat additions to its lineup