Smite is a popular multiplayer game that's still played to a great degree on Xbox One. Today, it received an update which not only adds new heroes, but also brings with it full mouse and keyboard support.
Cross-play and cross-progression seem to be where the gaming industry is headed, and now that titles like Fortnite even support the functionality between Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PlayStation 4, it was only a matter of time for others did.
This week's ID@Xbox releases picked up slightly over last week's, with seven new indie games arriving on Xbox One. These include the hilarious Jackbox Party Pack 4, the blue-man shooter Rogue Trooper Redux, a new Smite spin-off, and more.
Microsoft is sure taking eSports seriously. Today they've added another way to competively play with the announcement of the Xbox One SMITE Pro League which will be taking place throughout the year starting next month. So if you're a serious SMITE player on Xbox One, this may be your chance to win some extra cash!
Hi-Rez Studios will bring the Xbox One version of their mythology-themed MOBA game SMITE out of beta on August 19. Xbox One players have until August 31 to take atvantage of the Founder's Pack offer for the game, along with merging their account with the PC version.
Hi-Rez Studios has started its open beta test of its free-to-play MOBA game SMITE on the Xbox One console. People who have been playing in the closed beta will see their progress continue with the open beta.
We've just played online battle game SMITE with the Windows Central community and given out fun prizes. Read on for the condensed video replay in YouTube format, quick impressions, and contest winners!
Hi-Rez Studios has just launched the Xbox One closed beta for its fantasy-themed MOBA game SMITE, and people who pay $30 for the game's Founders Pack will instantly gain access to the beta, along with unlocking all the gods in SMITE.