Unfortunately Days Gone isn’t pulling in much of a crowd to its behind-closed-doors theater. While God of War (4) and Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare are continuously outselling on Sony’s PS theater scheduling app, Days Gone is extremely empty in comparison — PlayStation staff will then yell out for anyone to come in just to try and fill up the seats. (It’s actually how I got my spot in 2 seconds)
Gamers have been saying for a while that once Microsoft invokes the ability for gamers to play Xbox games on the PC, that the writing would be on the wall for the Xbox One. Well, during the Microsoft E3 2016 conference, Microsft rolled out a new feature called “Xbox Play Anywhere“. I touched on this newly announced feature and what this means for both Xbox and Windows 10 gaming here, however, I feel that some people are misinterpreting what Microsoft has set out to do with newly found focus. In fact, many games are already calling this the end of the Xbox One, despite the fact that Xbox One S is being released in a few months and the Project Scorpio coming sometime later in 2017. I definitely don’t think this is the end of the Xbox One hardware and while I feel that the Xbox Play Anywhere is a fantastic idea, and I can see what Microsoft is trying to accomplish and where it fits in. However, I wondered why this wasn’t been seen for what is so I wanted to break this down into 3 points and see if I can shed some light on Microsoft’s Xbox Play Anywhere.
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