Xbox Play Anywhere Now Available With ReCore

Microsoft’s dual digital initiative goes live.

Posted By | On 14th, Sep. 2016 Under News | Follow This Author @splitscreener


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Along with Comcept’s ReCore, Microsoft has begun its Xbox Play Anywhere initiative.

Revealed at E3 2016, this feature allows you to buy a game digitally on either the Xbox One or Windows 10 and receive a free copy on the other platform. Your progress, including saves, DLC and Achievements, will carry over between the two platforms thus allowing you to shift between them at your leisure.

Other games that will support Xbox Play Anywhere include Forza Horizon 3 (out on September 27th), Sea of Thieves, Gears of War 4, Halo Wars 2, Scalebound, State of Decay 2 and Crackdown 3. It’s also been confirmed that titles like Cuphead, We Happy Few and ARK: Survival Evolved will also support the initiative. Expect more such Xbox One-favoured titles to support Xbox Play Anywhere in the coming months.

What are your thoughts on Xbox Play Anywhere? Let us know in the comments and stay tuned for more information on how it pans out.


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  • crazy_black_man-

    “Expect more such Xbox One-favoured titles to support Xbox Play Anywhere in the coming months”.

    LOL. “Play Anywhere”?

    More like “Play No Where”. Recore is a 64 on Metacritic. Another long awaited failed exclusive. Not even the $40 buy-in can save this one. Might start a trend though.

    Future NPD results will be sweet.

    • One The One

      Retardation at its best.

  • Terminator

    Two games for the price of one? And Sony is trying to compete with PC? LOL

    • crazy_black_man-

      Two Microsoft digital licences to download buggy/glitchy, poorly reviewed games for the price of one clearly superior PS4 physical game? And you can’t get a refund or sell those digital games used? Sounds like a huge rip off. The Play Anywhere inititive is dead in the water. On to the next scheme, or better yet, on to Steam, which is where these failed exclusives will eventually wind up at an even better discount. Good times man. Good times.

  • Mr Xrat

    A shame it’s a worthless flop like the rest of MS’ first-party output.


 

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