Microsoft has had a really tough road this generation with twists and turns at every possible chance. We have watched the Xbox One evolve, but we are finally seeing Microsoft push Xbox in the way they need to.
The Windows 10 Fall Creators Update is launching on October 17, with Windows Mixed Reality headsets in tow, Microsoft announced at the IFA tradeshow in Berlin on Friday. That’s a bit later than expected, as this past April Microsoft committed to in March and September, in perpetuity. Microsoft is missing its very first deadline under the new system—but not by much. No new features were announced by Windows chief Terry Myerson at the event, but that’s to be expected since have been testing the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update for months now. It won’t be quite as interesting as originally expected, as flagship cross-device features teased at Microsoft’s Windows 10 Fall Creators Update unveiling in May—like an app Timeline and cloud clipboard—didn’t wind up making the final cut.
Alex S. from Link-Cable writes: "You would think that in the middle of E3 there wouldnt be that many rumors left floating around as they should be either confirmed or debunked during the show itself. Well fear not because the video game industry will never (ever) run out of rumors and to keep our imaginations going strong. This week each and every one of the rumors we will dive into have to do with upcoming hardware from Microsoft and Sony. So put the games aside for a little bit this weeks all about the plastic."
IndianNoob writes: If you remember, last year during E3 2017 week, Brandwatch a social media monitoring company published a data analysis report of social media, where Assassins Creed Origins emerged as the most discussed game over the social networks. On the other hand, Microsofts E3 briefing was the most mentioned conference. Well, this year the company did their analysis again. So let's find out which ones are at the top.