Xbox One will allow you to start playing a game as you download the title digitally. This is according to confirmation on the matter from Microsoft, which was alluded to before during the console’s unveiling in May. Like PS4, Xbox One will allow users to play a certain portion once enough data is downloaded. The same applies to a game disc while the remainder is stored on the hard drive quietly in the background. All disc-based games on Xbox One must be installed to play, Via Polygon.
The Battlefield 1 July update was released yesterday across PC, PS4, and Xbox One.
Like the first game, Destiny 2 beta also brings near identical presentation on both PS4, and Xbox One
Destiny 2 continues Bungie’s mantra of offering the same presentation on both PS4, and Xbox One. There are some slight differences this time around, though.
You can shoot down Cabal ships in the Destiny 2 beta, although it is a big old waste of your time and super
Destiny 2 finally lets you shoot down enemy ships. There is no reward for doing so.
A year since the new-gen consoles released and anyone in mainland Europe and the UK buying games directly from the format holders are being ripped off.
Direct2Drive is coming out of hibernation after a three-year hiatus. AtGames Digital Media will be relaunching the digital storefront as of this weekend, while GameFly Digital will be shuttered as part of the rebranding. Direct2Drive hit the scene by way of IGN back in 2004, serving up a smattering of different high-profile PC titles for […]
Digital sales for Nintendo are up 17% year-over-year to ¥21 billion ($177.3 million) according to the firm’s latest financial data.
Alpha tests don’t work, promised content is shelved and preloads have to be deleted. Console digital distribution is a mess, says Matt Martin.