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  1. How do they cope with this in other games. I.e. is the original content from WoW still available or is it all gone now?
  2. Assuming it hasn't been cleaned out by MS your account should be there (don't know if they do this anymore but this happened to my wife's account. However she had no purchases and had hardly used it at all). You can check whether it's still live by logging on to xbox.com. All your old purchases will still be there. Check out the backwards compatablility list to see which ones work https://www.xbox.com/en-US/xbox-one/backward-compatibility The Series X comes with an HDMI 2.1 cable in the box so you are good to go with connecting it to your TV.
  3. This is a guess, but in general as it’s Android you need to give the application permissions to access things like the microphone and possibly you didn’t do this for Virtual Desktop. There is somewhere in settings I believe where you can check the permissions.
  4. I would like to play some more Bridge Crew and have it on both PS4 and Quest (it is cross play) so would be happy to join if a time can be arranged.
  5. Superhot VR is an absolute must have, arguably the best pure VR experience there is.
  6. The multiplayer update is now available for BS on Quest and PCVR, been delayed on PSVR
  7. Few big games out today to coincide with the launch, including Walking Dead: Saints and Sinners and Rez Infinite. Will most likely pick up Rez again even though I have it on PSVR. Tempted by Walking Dead but need to read some reviews on the conversion.
  8. Are you talking about Phantom Pain? While cross gen it came out 2 years after launch, so not really a launch game. Fair enough if ground zero as that was only 4 months later than launch, so could be considered launch window.
  9. @Freeman is right, these aren't consoles that are being built to support tech just available at this point in time, they are built to try and last for the next 7-10 years. Remember when everyone went on about it being ridiculous that the Xbox had to be used with broadband, because no-one had that, why couldn't it use dial-up? Or to Freeman's point the PS3 and Xbox 360 launching as HD consoles when the take up of HD was still very low.
  10. I don't 100% know but I would think that you would need the disc to play them, so that would be a no go on the S. My understanding is that while they would play the same binary file as they are playing from the HDD some kind of validation key would be missing.
  11. Yeah basically. It does mean that you will need to be signed in all the time on you series X. I’m planning to do the same with my OG One so that my son and I can play Destiny 2 together.
  12. It’s shareable in the same way games are. If you leave the one X as your home console he will have access to it.
  13. The server blades are essentially One Ss at the moment (with the plan to replace them with XsX chip sets) so it’s the console line up. As suggested above it’s currently over 150 games available to stream https://www.windowscentral.com/xbox-project-xcloud-games-list
  14. This is quite weirdly worded. Is the suggestion here that you can't just take an external USB drive that is plugged into your PS4 and plug it into the PS5? Or is that what it is saying and it's just badly phrased.
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