Huge Rainbow Six feature
In Rainbow Six: Siege, we're afraid to say it does matter if you're black or white. It's attack vs. defence, terrorist vs. counter-terrorist - which is why our enormous preview takes two sides. The left page lays out how to rescue a hostage, the right explains how you stop that from happening. Together you get a v iew of what's shaping up to be one of the year's most exciting new prospects.
Elite: Dangerous on Xbox One
New-gen's all about scope, the power of a machine that lets you go anywhere, do anything. Elite: Dangerous' 400 billion explorable star systems are about the perfect way to show that off, then. Our feature runs down just what you'll be up to in what's more than probably console gaming's biggest ever universe - and we talk to a few of the people (gods?) who created it all.
Phil Spencer interview
We talk to the world's foremost proponent of T-shirt based advertising (oh, and the man who runs the entirety of Xbox) about his first year helming Xbox One, from cross-play to pricing structures to first-party studios to his favourite games.
Pages and pages more
Three articles does not a magazine make - we have gigantic rundowns of the best AAA and indie games still to come, a packed reviews section featuring more than one of our favourite games of the year so far and we look backwards, covering our favourite #IDARB hashbombs (above) even going all the way back for a replay of 360 launch game, Perfect Dark Zero.