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Microsoft's head of Xbox, Phil Spencer, and host Julia Hardy during a live broadcast from the company's X018 event in Mexico City.

Microsoft is making the right moves to fix its past mistakes and topple the PlayStation with its next game console

Microsoft's Xbox division has made smart moves to reposition itself for the next generation of game consoles, expected to arrive in 2020 or earlier.

‘Rocket League’ joins ‘Fortnite’ in the PlayStation Cross-Play Beta, letting players on Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, PC, and PS4...

With more than 50 million players worldwide, "Rocket League" was a prime candidate for cross-platform play.

Sony gives in: After months of criticism, Sony is finally allowing ‘Fortnite’ players on PlayStation 4 to play with people on Xbox One and...

After months of hemming and hawing, Sony is giving in and allowing "Fortnite" players on PlayStation 4 to play with people on every other platform: Android, iOS, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, Microsoft Windows, and Mac.

Sony refuses to allow ‘Fortnite’ players on PS4 to play with other platforms: ‘Our way of thinking is always that PlayStation is the...

Despite "Fortnite" being the most popular game in the world, and despite the fact that it's playable across every other platform, Sony won't let PS4 "Fortnite" players play with competing game consoles.

The makers of ‘Fallout’ and ‘Skyrim’ just issued an ultimatum to Sony over the PS4, and it could have a huge impact on the fut...

If Sony doesn't allow cross-platform play, Bethesda Softworks won't release "The Elder Scrolls: Legends" on the PlayStation 4. "We cannot have a game that works one way across everywhere else except for on this one thing," Pete Hines, a Bethesda senior vice president, said in a recent interview.

There’s a ‘dumb reason’ why PlayStation and Xbox gamers can’t play online together, according to a former Sony insider

John Smedley, the former President of Sony Online Entertainment and now the general manager of Amazon Game Studios, suggested that the "simple" reason why PlayStation and Xbox can't play online together is money.

Microsoft blames Sony for not letting PlayStation and Xbox owners play the same games together — but it’s more complicated than it seems

It's a case of he said/she said, but the "he" and "she" are major international corporations.