In a very light-hearted announcement, Mojang has revealed that their upcoming Xbox One/PC game Colbalt has been delayed until February of next year. Citing that features of the game are complete but the build is still rather buggy, a delay is needed to clean the game up.
In a tweet by Criterion, Burnout Paradise will indeed be making its way to the Xbox One backwards compatibility program. The tweet also states that a date is unknown, which seems to indicate that you may not be able to play Burnout Paradise on day one of the compatibility update.
In last year's WWE game, the developers gave tools for players to upload custom images to the 2K server to put themselves in the game. For WWE 2K16, the developers are making that process a little bit easier. With the Creation Studio app, players can take a picture of themselves or a logo to upload to the WWE 2K16 servers where they can then be downloaded to the proper console version.
If you're a hardcore fan of the Roller Coaster Tycoon series, you will be pleased to know that there is an upcoming closed beta for the latest in the franchise, Roller Coaster Tycoon World. The first beta will be taking place on this weekend from October 30th to November 2nd. This beta is limited to those who have already purchased the game on Steam, or from Atari. If you have done the latter, follow this link to activate your copy on Steam.