Hello, i switched to xbox from playstation at 2017 and so far im very happy. This is my first topic here so im sorry if i do anything wrong. I have just two questions.
1-Bethesda anounced an Indiana Jones game, is that still alive? Theres no news about that anymore.
2-Call of duty games will be on gamepass? If will, then when?
Thank you so much for ur answers
You made the switch in 2017? Really curious what your reason was
2017 was a pretty lowpoint for MS and a rather high one for Sony. Not that I fault you at all. Until recently I was always a both system guy, but always favored Xbox, just because I’m mostly a first person shooter and Wester RPG fan and there’s no contest between the two consoles there. And Gamepass just sealed the deal probably forever for me
Simply bc Xbox One X and gamepass. Before i always had playstation. 1-2-3-4 and then switched to one x it’s been my first xbox. Now i have series x and i can not say if it really worth because every single game comes with tons of graphics mode. I think games hasnt been optimized with next gen well or these consoles not as powerful as being next gen.
Mort seems to have gotten into the nitty gritty here. All I will say is that CoD on Game Pass may (emphasis on may) take a wee bit longer due to pre-existing contracts with Sony. We don’t know the specifics, although I wouldn’t worry too much (MS has a great bargaining chip here after all). All we know is that Xbox will bring as many Activision games as they can to Game Pass upon closing, and others may be added after (this could also simply be due to licensing. Deadpool for the Xbox One for instance was delisted but MS may want to pay Disney to get it back and into Game Pass).
Series X is plenty powerful. Most powerful console ever made. You pretty much got an RTX 2070 and a beast of a processor in there. It’s particularly why I upgraded from my One S rather than grabbing a new GPU for my PC (especially with today’s prices).
Also, options are a great thing. Pay attention to your frame rate. I personally love performance mode when games offer it to me.
Welcome to the Xbox Era, and I hope you have an awesome weekend duder. Cheers!
I’d be down for this, but only if you can pick and choose which games to include without first downloading them all. It boggles my mind why the MCC isn’t like that.
Meaning, you’d download the Call of Duty Collection from within Game Pass like normal, but it would be quite small in size. Basically you’d only download a Call of Duty launcher. Then from within CDC you’d select which titles you want to download in full.
But yeah, having a single Call of Duty entry in the library would definitely be to prefer to me, rather than having multiple entries cluttering up the interface.