The website further states that one of Microsoft's three bigger franchises-Forza, Gears of War, or Halo-is also being considered for Switch, though in what form is unknown (port of a current generation title, port of an Xbox 360 title, exclusive spin-off, etc.). It's no secret that the relationship between Microsoft and Nintendo is stronger than ever so it can all happen as early as later this year according to the sources.
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Investigators are hopeful the recovery will be easier than some underwater crash cases because the water is so shallow, he said. The National Transportation Safety Board was notified and will be leading the investigation.
Like any report, this should be taken with a grain of salt, but with Game Informer putting its weight behind the claims, it all of sudden looks a lot more likely. But the less demanding games Xbox pumps out, such as Ori and the Will of Wisps, should have no problem running on the Nintendo console. All games in the Xbox Game Pass catalog will be playable on the hybrid console thanks to the ProjectXCloudcloud gaming platform. Users have been able to play the game for a few days now if they preordered one of the more expensive packages, or if they have an EA Access or Origin Premiere account.
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The teenager said she was "shocked" by Britain's decision, saying "if you take that away from me, I don't have anything". Shamima Begum's sister Renu has written a letter to Home Secretary Sajid Javid , which has been seen by the BBC.
Earlier it became known that Microsoft stops direct sales of Xbox Live Gold and Xbox Game Pass subscriptions in Russian Federation.
What do you think of this possibility? Project xCloud, in particular, could hypothetically make it possible for Switch to run more graphically intensive games than the Nintendo hardware could normally handle.
Winter weather arrives in Richmond
Snow accumulations will range from 1 to 2-inches south of Interstate-80 to near 4-inches along the Illinois-Wisconsin state line. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio warned residents to "allow extra travel time and make mass transit when possible".