Microsoft has announced that 2015 was the biggest year in Xbox history, with the Xbox One setting global records in engagement and sales. They also shared more fans logged on to Xbox Live on Xbox One on December 28th than any other day in Xbox history. This is just one of the recent highlights for Microsoft in 2015. They've also announced Windows 10 is now active on over 200 million devices and wider availability for the Surface Book.
In 2015, there were some really great games for the Xbox One. Not only did Halo 5: Guardians come out, but we've also seen Forza 6, Rise of the Tomb Raider, Call of Duty: Black Ops III, Fallout 4, and Star Wars Battlefront. Make sure to read our list of 25 absolute best games to play on your new Xbox One and Paul's top Xbox One Games of 2015 for more suggestions.
Another highlight for 2015 is the release of the New Xbox One Experience. The signature features include the new guide menu, backwards compatibility, and of course, Windows 10. Make sure to read our review of the New Xbox One Experience for more details.
We're glad to see Xbox finishing strong in 2015. What are you looking forward to seeing in 2016?
Source: Microsoft Blog
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