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#OneCast Ep 19: Xbox One Scorpio, the beauty of Overwatch and Microsoft's VR approach

Xbox One controller

Xbox One controller

The latest episode of our Xbox and Microsoft podcast, the #OneCast, is now available and accessible through major podcast distribution services. This episode we share our love for Overwatch, alongside rumours of Microsoft's potential partnership with Oculus VR and an expanded lineup of Xbox One hardware.

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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

  • 00:00:40 - Overwatch Impressions
  • 00:23:45 - Homefront: The Revolution Impressions
  • 00:32:50 - Xbox One streaming stick
  • 00:47:25 - Xbox One slim
  • 00:56:30 - Xbox Scorpio speculation
  • 01:04:00 - Microsoft's virtual reality approach
  • 01:23:00 - Ask #OneCast: What's your most anticipated game for the remainder of 2016?

This week's hosts

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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

Matt Brown
Matt Brown

Matt Brown is Windows Central's Senior Games Editor, Xbox & PC, at Future. Following over seven years of professional consumer technology and gaming coverage, he’s focused on the world of Microsoft's gaming efforts. You can follow him on Twitter @mattjbrown.

4 Comments
  • Woah
  • Can't wait for the drive home! Got a question, and it concerns split screen options. Just wanted your thoughts. Games seem to be neglecting, what once was, a staple of any multiplayer game. My kids live split screen multiplayer. Brings a family together and helps foster social gaming, and good social gaming behaviour. During parties, kids and adults would routinely play against each other for bragging rights. I even had some good man parties back in the day. Modern games seem to neglect this, which is a real sad omission in my opinion.
  • Agreed, adding this to the list of topics to discuss.
  • Nice one.... Also, is it me or did you mention Singularity two weeks on the trot?