Microsoft have shown off some fresh new gameplay from Quantum Break at Gamescom.
Microsoft’s app store has been updated to be unified across all Windows 10 devices, from phones and tablets to computers and (coming soon) Xbox One. The two are also sharing the Quantum Break release date.
Xbox One backwards compatibility support for Xbox 360 games will be available this November for everyone.
With games like Star Wars: Battlefront, Metal Gear Solid: The Phantom Pain, Pro Evolution Soccer, Federation Internationale de Football Association 2016, and Need For Speed out this year, you can expect majority to be in a playable state on the show floor, ensuring that impressions out of Gamescom will probably be closer to the final game when it hits.
Remedy Entertainment’s Thomas Puha revealed that “Quantum Break” will surprise its players! The title is another hallmark of Microsoft’s new strategy to win gamers over. With this, we give you our how-to-guide to stream Xbox One Games on your PC.
Create a new account for Xbox One or sign into your existing account. The series’ publisher, Activision, had a similar agreement with Microsoft that expired this year. You also can’t watch TV or anything else plugged into your Xbox’s HDMI input with it streaming on your Windows 10. Speaking of features, Puha revealed on Twitter on the same day that the highly-anticipated Xbox One-exclusive game will be “having great combat scenarios that allow one to replay them with different strategies/moves is key”. Problems with latency (the lag between a button press and an action), controller recognition, and simply keeping your Xbox One and Windows 10 device connected are covered in this helpful troubleshooting guide.