No you can preload any game even if it's not on game pass, and then it's ready for whenever you activate your licenseProbably a dumb question but are there any issues if I preload FH5 now via Game Pass if I'm buying a digital code from BestBuy which will not be available until the 5th? I guess my concern is wasting my bandwidth with a redownload.
So, I played a bunch of games over the last few weeks and I hope you don’t mind if I share my thoughts on them. Played them all on XSX.
without spoiling anything: the last one (from left to right)?Hades - alot of going through runs and unlocking the secret aspects, got one more weapon to do.
It reminds me of The Touryst even with the tilt shift effect they used at the beginning.Écho Génération is awesome once you pass the beginning and the difficulty decreases a bit. It’s also a beautiful game from an art point of view, especially he 2D skies giving me flashbacks from DOS games.
I got lucky with Best Buy restocks back in Feb. I've had some success with BB but they've seen kinda fucked it up by having that $200 subscription thing as a req for ordering consoles and shit. Same with GameStop.I'm sorry if this is off topic but does anyone have any pointers for someone looking to buy an Xbox Series X before the holiday rush? How did you guys grab yours? Thanks for any insight.
I'm sorry if this is off topic but does anyone have any pointers for someone looking to buy an Xbox Series X before the holiday rush? How did you guys grab yours? Thanks for any insight.
mine was waiting in the "Updates" section of my apps and games. Maybe uninstall and try again?Is there a way to push the download? I have it preordered and it's sitting there in the ready to install list w the 320mb file size or whatever it is... have tried soft and hard resets nothing seems to work, would love to get this pre-loaded.
It’s nearly been a year since Microsoft’s Xbox Series X and Series S consoles have been on the market, and they’ve been continually growing hardware revenue for Xbox in recent months. Hardware revenue is up again this quarter by 166 percent, thanks to continued demand for Xbox Series X and Series S consoles.
Microsoft’s overall gaming revenue is also up by 16 percent, nearly $3.6 billion for the quarter and a record Q1 for Xbox. But Xbox content and services revenue has only increased by 2 percent. Microsoft says there has been some “growth in Xbox Game Pass subscriptions,” but the company isn’t listing a new figure for its subscriber count. The last publicly disclosed one was 18 million Xbox Game Pass subs in January 2021.