The Xbox One and Windows fighting game will be getting a third season, launching in March of 2016.
What’s more is that with Windows 10, you can stream all the TV shows stored on your Xbox One directly to your PC.
Other games heading to the preview program include Rivals of Aether, and Chucklefish’s Starbound will also be making its console debut on the platform. Game Rant notes that Microsoft is considering their 2015 software lineup “the best in Xbox history”.
“Quantum Break” was first revealed back in 2013 at Microsoft’s E3 press conference.
Could the surprise pertain to new game features?
Apparently, the Xbox Cloud solution that Microsoft will use for it offers developers the ability to deploy 20 times the power of the Xbox One, enhancing any element of their experiences that they want. Shows can even be temporarily stored on your devices for offline or on-the-go viewing, and you’ll be able to remotely set series to record through your mobile devices so they’re waiting for you when you get home.
Microsoft has announced that the revamped dashboard for the Xbox One, together with free-for-all backwards compatibility for Xbox 360 games, will be coming in November 2015. 343 has cited ‘ a wish to create the most ambitious Halo game ever’ as the chief reason for shirking split screen multiplayer, which could have posed some difficulties during immersive game play. Let us know your thoughts below.
As we have lamented on The TR Podcast in the past, Microsoft continues to favor Xbox exclusives over Microsoft-ecosystem exclusives, leaving Windows out in the cold on most of its game announcements. In fact, Xbox went beyond just showing off gameplay and provided a quick duel between two Halo teams in a newly announced Halo 5 multiplayer map. The new gaming titles will be complemented by Limited Edition Xbox One bundles of “Halo 5: Guardians” and “Forza Motorsport 6”, as well as bundles for “Gears of War” and “FIFA 16”.
Are you excited for the games they showed off at Gamescom?