The latest episode of our Xbox and Microsoft podcast, the #OneCast, is now available and accessible through major podcast distribution services. On this week's episode of the show discuss our past week of gaming, the controversy surrounding Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare's reveal trailer, and Microsoft's potential E3 2016 announcements.
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OneCast is our Xbox and Microsoft podcast, hosted by the staff of Windows Central. A new episode of the OneCast is recorded each week, with topics surrounding Microsoft news and the gaming industry.
This week's discussions
- 00:00:00 - Ask #OneCast winner for April 2016
- 00:02:24 - SUPERHOT
- 00:08:00 - Call of Duty 4 memories
- 00:12:35 - Battleborn vs Overwatch
- 00:40:30 - DOOM and content censorship
- 00:48:20 - Battlefield 1 vs Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare
- 01:25:55 - Ask #OneCast: E3 surprises on par with backward compatibility
This week's hosts
Ask OneCast giveaways!
Every week we'll be discussing an Xbox or Microsoft-related question from the audience, so make sure to submit them via our Twitter accounts (@mattjbrown and @JezCorden) using the #OneCast hashtag, via email, or in the comments below. If we select your question you'll have a chance at winning a free game at the end of the month!
Further reading on this week's topics
- Superhot review: No plot, no purpose – just killing red guys
- Beta impressions: Does Battleborn make the case for the first-person MOBA?
- DOOM multiplayer impressions: Back from the dead, or dead on arrival?
- Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare trailer showcases action that is out of this world
- Battlefield 1 will bring World War I to PCs and consoles on October 21
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