In early September 2016, Xbox announced its latest feature: Xbox Play Anywhere.
Microsoft couldn’t release this at a better time, with the newly released ReCore on the market and November’s games just recently launched.
This new feature definitely changes how gamers will play—especially where they’ll play.
From what we can tell, gamers are ecstatic about the feature. But for those who don’t know about it, the real question is…
Xbox Play Anywhere is a service for Xbox One and Windows 10. This service allows us to play a single title on both platforms for free in any location—hence the name. As long as you buy an Xbox Play Anywhere digital game, there are no additional costs to booting it up on a PC somewhere else!
Gamers can instantly start playing from their last save, regardless of the system or purchased DLC!
Pretty convenient if you’re always on the go, right? Coming on the heels of its recent backward-compatibility announcement, Xbox has built quite a bit of good will lately.
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We have the list for which games will be compatible with the new feature:
Not a bad lineup for the new service, especially with Crackdown 3 and Gears 4 on the list!
Gamers should take note that in order to play their games on Xbox Play Anywhere, you’ll need to purchase them digitally.
If you purchase the PC edition of the game (digitally) you will receive the Xbox edition for free.
Now, if you’re interested in getting Xbox Play Anywhere, this handy video below will help you get started!
Now that you know how to set it up…
Let’s be honest: as gamers, we have opinions about everything.
From what we can tell from the Twitterverse, a lot of you are pretty excited about Xbox Play Anywhere! Here’s what you’re saying about it:
— Adam 🦛 (@TrollinThunder) October 6, 2016
— Will (@will_63) October 6, 2016
— Shonuff79 / WarDaddy (@VH_Villains) September 30, 2016
— James Lovell (@jwlovell1990) September 25, 2016
Playing ReCore on XBox where I left off on my PC. #playanywhere ftw!
— Stig Stavik (@stigstar) September 17, 2016
Are you getting the new Xbox Play Anywhere service? Let us know!
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