Experience this multiplayer roleplaying game on your own or together with your friends, guild mates, and thousands of alliance members.
Explore dangerous caves and dungeons in Skyrim, or craft quality goods to sell in the city of Daggerfall. Embark upon adventurous quests across Tamriel and engage in massive player versus player battles, or spend your days at the nearest fishing hole or reading one of many books of lore. The choices are yours in the persistent world of The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited.
The Elder Scrolls Online – Pre-Order Edition – Pre-order The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited and receive the Explorer’s Pack. The Explorer’s Pack grants the ability to play any race in any alliance, an exclusive pet, and bonus treasure maps.
The Elder Scrolls Online – Imperial Pre-Order – Enhance your adventures with The Imperial Edition Upgrade. The Imperial race is able to play in any alliance you choose. You’ll be able to travel around Tamriel with your trusty Imperial White Horse. Your character will have immediate access to craft Imperial gear, or transform existing gear into the Imperial style.
XBOX ONE GAME EXPECTED TO RELEASE ON 6/9/2015. YOU MAY DOWNLOAD THE GAME FROM XBOX LIVE BEFORE THEN, BUT IT WILL NOT BE PLAYABLE UNTIL 12:01 UTC ON THE RELEASE DATE. Once purchase is complete, download this game by selecting the “Manage” button on the product details page on your console.
Developed by ZeniMax Online Studios, The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited will be available for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC on June 9th.
For more information on the game, browse through all of our coverage including the latest screenshots, videos, news and loads more via the Xbox One Games database on XONEHQ.
Microsoft announced today that the Halo: The Master Chief Collection Special Edition bundle featuring a sleek Cirrus White Xbox One console and controller will be available for a limited time later this month in the US.
"For a limited time, Xbox fans in the U.S. can get their hands on an Xbox One Special Edition Halo: The Master Chief Collection Bundle featuring a sleek, Cirrus White Xbox One console and wireless controller. The bundle also comes packed with a digital download code for Halo: The Master Chief Collection – the essential Halo fan experience that features the Master Chief’s complete story through four free Halo games: Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary, Halo 2: Anniversary, Halo 3 and Halo 4. Best of all, it’s all available for ERP $349 in the U.S."
The Xbox One Special Edition Halo: The Master Chief Collection Bundle will be available later this month in very limited quantities and for a limited time at participating U.S. retailers while supplies last – so once they’re all gone, they’re all gone!
Grab your first look at the great new features coming to Xbox on Windows 10 with this month’s Xbox app preview. New features include access to Game Hubs, Game Bar shortcuts, Friends List changes and more.
Xbox on Windows 10
Avatars – You can now download and launch the Avatars app from within the Xbox app. To do this, from your profile, select Customize > Customize your avatar.
If the Avatars app is not installed, you will be directed to the
Windows Store (Beta) to install it. After the app is installed, select Customize > Customize your avatar
to launch the Avatars app and edit, dress up, and buy new items for
your avatar. There is a new color picker that pops up as a horizontal
toolbar for colorable items, which allows you to choose between
different items and colors, without having to bounce back and forth
Friends updates – We’re making it easier to add friends,
designate them as favorites and share your name from the Xbox app. Click
on a friend’s profile in your friends list and click on More >Change friendship to
make them a favorite, or from anyone’s profile to add them as a friend.
The friends list will now also show you which of your friends are in a
party, playing multiplayer games, or broadcasting. You can also now
report or block people from the Xbox app.
Game hubs – Similar to Xbox One, you can now view the
game hub for an Xbox One game and view the activity feed curated by the
game’s community manager. Click on any game tile, under Home > Recently played
or elsewhere in the Xbox app, and you will be taken to the game hub.
There you can also see friends who have played the game, your
achievement progress and more easily get the details on the game’s
Game DVR – You can now alter the keyboard shortcuts used
for opening the Game Bar, starting and stopping recording, taking
screenshots, and more. Select Settings > Game DVR > Keyboard shortcuts to make changes. Highlight the Your shortcut
box and use your desired new key combination to create your new
shortcut. Also, you can now view and manage your cloud-based game clips
from the Xbox app by selecting Game DVR > Shared.
Testing streaming – The Xbox team needs your help in
providing information about your PC’s performance and connectivity
characteristics as we prepare to enable game streaming from Xbox One to
Windows 10 PCs. To do this, connect your Xbox One to your Windows 10 PC
using the Xbox app: from the Connect menu, select your Xbox One console then choose Connect. Once connected, click on Test streaming
to anonymously send the team diagnostic information about your PC and
network settings. The team would greatly appreciate if you did this once
on each of your Windows 10 devices.
Turn On/Off your Xbox One Console – The Connect
menu in Xbox app has been updated to let you power your Xbox One on and
off from your Windows 10 devices when they are on the same home network
as your console.
The Xbox app on Windows 10 PCs will automatically update to the May
preview version when it becomes available in the Windows Store. Once you
receive the update, your version number should be 5.5.20022.00000 or
higher. You can verify the version number of the Xbox app under Settings.
The Xbox app will sign in using your primary Microsoft Account and
associated gamertag that you use to sign into Windows 10. If you want to
sign in with a different gamertag, you will need to set up a second
Microsoft account on your Windows 10 PC. The ability to sign into the
Xbox app with a different Microsoft Account/Xbox Profile will be
re-enabled in a future update.
Xbox One updates
The Xbox team is gearing up quickly for E3 in June and we've got
some exciting things to share with you there, but first, this month
we’re continuing to preview a few things while we gather feedback and
work toward making them available to everyone.
Xbox One Digital TV Tuner in 11 new European countries –
The team will continue to test the Xbox One Digital TV with our preview
audience in Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, Ireland, Netherlands,
Norway, Poland, Portugal, Sweden, and Switzerland, with plans to make it
available to all customers in these countries later this summer.
Earlier this week, we announced the retail availability of an over-the-air TV tuner for the U.S. & Canada as well.
Wireless Display app – We appreciate all the great feedback you’ve sent us and the team continues to make improvements to the Miracast functionality in the Wireless Display app based on that feedback. Keep it coming!
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On Xbox 360, starting Friday, May 1st, Mafia II ($19.99 ERP) will be free for Xbox Live Gold members through May 15th. Then on May 16th, Xbox Live Gold Members can download Codemasters F1 2013 ($39.99 ERP) for free through May 31st.
The "Games with Gold" program on Xbox gives Xbox LIVE Gold Members free games to keep each month. Titles are available as free downloads for qualifying Xbox Live Gold members in all markets where Xbox Live is available. Some regions may offer different titles depending on market availability.
For more information on each of the games, please browse through all of our previous coverage and don''t forget to subscribe via Twitter, Google+, YouTube and Facebook for all the latest Xbox news and updates.
Take a closer look at what's coming to Xbox on Windows 10 with this month's Xbox app preview and Windows Insider updates from the Windows team.
Xbox keeps getting better with more new features coming to preview this month for both Xbox One consoles and the Xbox app on Windows 10. We’re making the Xbox app more social, while also giving you more control over your Xbox experience. Also, this month we are delivering several new fan-requested features to the Xbox One console and Xbox One SmartGlass.
Xbox on Windows 10
Game DVR for PC games – The Game bar lets you record game clips of your favorite Windows games.
Screenshots – Take screenshots of Windows PC games by pressing Windows + Alt + PrtScr. Just as with Game DVR, you can also do this by clicking the “Screenshot” button on the Game bar.
Live Tiles – The Xbox tile on your Windows 10 start menu now welcomes you back, showing off your gamerpic and letting you know when you have new messages and activity alerts.
Avatar app – A new app is available in the Windows Store to customize your Xbox avatar’s appearance and outfit your avatar with a vast collection of items.
User profile – You can see another gamer’s bio, location, reputation, tenure, and other information in the more info page, including their animated avatar.
Real name sharing – Similar to the features we brought you in the March update on Xbox One, you can now choose to share your real name on the Xbox app with all of your friends or with everybody.
In addition to keeping you connected to your games and friends, we’re giving you even more control over the Xbox experience on Windows 10.
Xbox One Now Playing and media controls – The games and apps you’ve used most recently on your Xbox One are now displayed when you connect the Xbox app to your console. You can also use the Xbox app to pause, fast forward and rewind.
Live TV streaming and PIP (picture in picture) support – For preview members with an Xbox One Digital TV Tuner (in 16 European countries and Australia) or a Hauppauge 955Q TV Tuner (available in the U.S. or Canada) attached to their Xbox One, you can now stream live TV within your home from your Xbox One to Windows 10 PC running the Xbox app.
Xbox controller drivers – The drivers for Xbox controllers are now included with Windows 10, so you no longer have to download and install controller drivers on Windows 10.
The Xbox app will automatically update to the April preview version when it becomes available in the Windows Store. Once you receive the update, your version number should be 4.4.9014.0 or higher. You can verify the version number of the Xbox app in Settings.
Xbox One and SmartGlass updates
The Xbox team continues to work hard to bring the many fan-requested features on the Xbox Feedback site to Xbox One and Xbox One SmartGlass, with the following items being available to preview members this month:
Power on and off from Xbox One SmartGlass – The beta versions of the Xbox One SmartGlass apps for Windows, Windows Phone and Android will be updated to let you turn your Xbox One on and off.
Wireless Display app – Try the Wireless Display app to cast photos stored on your phone to your Xbox One, or to stream non-protected video content from your PC to your Xbox.
User-selectable power mode – Select your preferred power mode, either Instant-on or Energy-saving mode.
Voice messages – The ability to send and receive voice messages from the Xbox One messages app continues in preview this month.
Larry Hryb, Xbox Live's Major Nelson and Richard Irving from the Xbox engineering team discuss upcoming updates for Xbox One, the Xbox App on Windows 10 and Xbox Smartglass. Updates include Game DVR, user profile updates and real name sharing for the Xbox App on Windows 10.
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