Resident Evil 7 confirmed for Xbox play Anywhere

Resident Evil 7 Biohazard is confirmed for the Xbox Play Anywhere feature, allowing cross-play between the PC and Xbox One. This means that, if you get a digital copy of Resident Evil 7 for the Xbox One, you can also play it on your PC, and vice versa. Phil Spencer, head of Xbox One, announced on his Twitter profile that this feature will be supported. You can check out his Twitter page HERE.

Resident Evil 7 confirmed for Xbox play Anywhere
Resident Evil 7 – home of the Baker family.

Keep in mind that you will need Windows 10 on your PC, along with the Anniversary Edition update. If you haven’t downloaded it yet, check the Update & Security tab under the setting, and check for the latest updates. Windows will automatically download all the necessary updates, including the anniversary update, along with multiple system updates for Windows 10. Simply log in to your Xbox Live or Microsoft account and start downloading the game. You cannot be signed into the same game on both platforms at the same time. All your saves and achievements will be shared. This feature is totally free, with no additional charge.

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There aren’t many games available that support this feature, and hopefully we will see more and more of them in the future. At the moment, the supported games are Forza Horizon 3, Gears of War 4, Recore and Everspace. In the future, we can expect games such as Sea of Thieves, State of Decay 2, Halo Wars 2 and some others.

If you still haven’t, you should definitely try out the Resident Evil 7 Biohazard’s demo version, and check out the horrors of the notorious Baker mansion. The demo is a bit short, but it will let you get the feel for the game’s mechanics and puzzle solving. It can be completed in multiple ways, and with different endings. The demo is available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.

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