Global PC & Consoles Shooter Game Genre Overview 2019-2021: 1400+ Shooter Games for PC and Gaming Consoles

The “2019-2021 PC & Consoles Shooter Game Genre Overview” report has been added to’s offering.

This research contains information regarding 1400+ shooter games made for PC and gaming consoles. Includes both released games and still developing projects. Contains the signals and trends of the shooter genre, shows the empty spots in the industry, least and most presented features, settings, time eras, multiplayer types and many other options describing every game mentioned.

Audiences who might need this research:

Game developers who are in the middle of the development process for a shooter game

This research provides extensive information on all the releases within the shooter genre releasing near to your project. You can also filter the included raw catalogue of games by multiple filters and easily find the closest competitors to your game and improve your project in a way it becomes much more competitive and innovative.

Game developers who

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Xbox Boss Says Game Pass Streaming Planned For PC And Consoles, Too

Xbox Game Pass games can now be streamed through mobile devices thanks to xCloud, making it much easier than ever before to play The Master Chief Collection on the toilet. But this is just the start of Microsoft’s plans for streaming, and Xbox boss Phil Spencer has indicated in a tweet that streaming will make its way to Game Pass on Xbox and PC, too.

Replying to a tweet asking directly whether Game Pass on console and PC would allow for streaming at some point–allowing users to demo a game before committing to a download–Spencer responded saying that they have a plan in the works for this. “It’s in the long list of cool things the xCloud team is working on, just a bit further down the list,” he said.

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Xbox aiming to bring Cloud Gaming to consoles & PC too, says Phil Spencer

Phil Spencer has indicated that Xbox are looking into bringing Cloud Gaming to consoles and PC in the future.

Replying on Twitter to a question on whether the service could come to consoles and PC following its recent launch on Android as part of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, the Xbox boss revealed that it’s something the team had been looking into, saying: “Yes, we want to do this. It’s in the long list of cool things the xCloud team is working on, just a bit further down the list. But we want console and PC players to be able to browse as easily as mobile players, it’s a good gamepass feature.”

The service was formerly known as Project xCloud prior to its launch, and allows players to stream and play a library of more than 100 entire Xbox games directly to their Android device rather than downloading the usual game

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A key selling point of the next-gen PlayStation and Xbox consoles can’t be used on the vast majority of TVs

"Marvel's' Spider-Man: Miles Morales" is an upcoming PlayStation game. Sony

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“Marvel’s’ Spider-Man: Miles Morales” is an upcoming PlayStation game. Sony

  • This November, both Microsoft and Sony are launching next-gen video game consoles.
  • Both companies are promising consoles capable of producing more dazzling visuals than ever before: 4K resolution at 120 frames-per-second.
  • Like previous console generations, that visual leap requires a new type of television that’s capable of supporting such high-res gameplay — and those TVs are rare and very expensive.
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This November, Microsoft’s new Xbox and Sony’s new PlayStation are scheduled to go head-to-head in a competition for control over the next generation of video game consoles.

With that new generation comes the next major leap in graphics technology: Both the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X are boasting 4K resolution games at a stunningly high refresh rate of 120Hz. What that means in English is extremely crisp image quality paired

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PS5 Preorder Details: Consoles Still Sold Out, PS5 Accessories And Games Available

Sony finally revealed the launch date and price points for the PlayStation 5, which means it’s time to start looking for a PS5 preorder. Launching November 12 at $500 for the standard console and $400 for the digital edition, the PS5 went up for preorder right after the recent PS5 event, and since then, stock has sold out at all major retailers, including Amazon, Best Buy, Walmart, GameStop, and Target.

GameStop had a second wave of PS5 preorders available to preorder on September 25, both online and in stores. Once again, the retailer had a virtual queue. Multiple GameSpot staff members waited in the queue for more than an hour without any success, so online preorders apparently sold out very quickly once again. GameStop issued an update on Twitter confirming that PS5 stock sold out once again. This included a starter bundle that came with Demon’s Souls, Spider-Man: Miles Morales

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Parents’ Guide To Next-Gen Consoles: PS5 And Xbox Series X/S Explained

A new console generation is upon us. If you don’t play video games (or even if you do), navigating the tech and gaming landscapes can feel intimidating, even without the additional questions and confusion prompted by new PlayStation and Xbox systems hitting the market soon. If you’re a prospective buyer, like a parent doing some early holiday shopping, and find yourself in this camp–confused by all the different brands, naming conventions, accessories, and technical details–don’t worry! In this guide, we’ll walk you through what’s currently on the market, break down the key differences between the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X and Series S, and try to ease some of that gift-buying pressure.

Explaining Next Gen: The PS5 and Xbox Series X

Because of innovations in hardware and other trends and advancements in the game industry, new game consoles often launch around the same time. These periods are referred to

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