In an effort to keep its Xbox One a strong contender in the console war against Sony's PlayStation 4, Microsoft has announced a series of updates for the video game system to be released on Feb. 11 and March 4.
Microsoft tried to establish its Xbox One as a global platform when it initially launched the console in more countries than rival Sony's Playstation 4 back in November. Now in February, the move looks more and more like a desperate attempt.
It seems that when one door for the release of Grand Theft Auto V PC closes, another window allegedly opens. Last week, gamers watched as another Grand Theft Auto V PC rumor proved to be false. A new release date rumor, however, has arrived to rejuvenate the hopes of not only PC players, but PlayStation 4 and Xbox One gamers as well.
In terms of sales, Microsoft's Xbox One is losing to Sony's PlayStation 4 in the console war, but just barely. Now, Microsoft has thought of a way to outshine another unlikely competitor: gamers' old PlayStation 3 systems.
Microsoft still has plenty to deliver to Xbox One gamers. The new video game console will see an update this spring, and reports say that the company will also release new editions of the system and launch the Xbox One in additional countries.