The podcast was initially an experimental project, but after the positive feedback we've received, it will continue to be a weekly addition to our Xbox coverage on Windows Central. A new episode of the OneCast will go live every Sunday, accessible via a majority of top podcast distribution services and apps.
The podcast will be handled by our Xbox editor Jez Corden and me, but over the coming months, we can expect various members of the Windows Central team to make appearances, alongside guests from the gaming industry.
The second episode of the OneCast has now landed, where we recap the week's biggest news in Xbox and Microsoft. Over the course of the 90-minute show, we discuss a variety topics including Tom Clancy's: The Division, future Xbox One updates and upcoming beta tests. This week we also touched on a hypothetical question provided by community member @Mikefizzled, surrounding abandoned game franchises we'd like to see revived for the Xbox One.
This week's episode is now available for download here!
If you're yet to listen to the OneCast, the first episode is available on Soundcloud, where we discussed delayed titles, upcoming game releases and what we can expect from Microsoft during 2016.
In future episodes we'll be discussing a weekly Xbox-related hypothetical question from the community, so make sure to supply us with a talking point via our Twitter accounts (@MSFTY and @rtenvi) using #OneCast, or in the comments below!
Further reading on this week's topics
- Xbox One Preview: ARK: Survival Evolved – impressions so far
- Plants vs Zombies Garden Warfare 2 open beta begins Jan. 14 for Xbox One
- Pre-order The Division for closed beta access on January 28
- The Division: E3 2013 vs. Now - graphics and gameplay comparison
- Don't expect Xbox One background music playback until the summer
- Details emerge for Microsoft HoloLens battery life, field of view
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