It is yield to your account. I could go over to your place, sign into your Xbone, and all my content will be available to me. Same with the 360. Not sure if you’re confused or if you meant something else.
It doesn’t. However, Bungie’s community manager said that certain things you gain on the 26th will carry over to the full game. Whether that means equipment, level progress, or simply a fancy cape when you start, I don’t know. But if you want anything to carry over, make sure to play on the 26th.
Yes, but that was still about four years ago. There’s no excuse for Nintendo to have launched without these features. They had several years of watching the competition do things right and had time to implement their own version. It’s not like Nintendo had to think of these deals all by themselves.
…how quickly these improvements to the system come.
Quickly? This feature has been demanded for almost two years! I mean, sure in Nintendo time that’s pretty quick, but compared to the real world “quick” is not a word anyone can use to describe Nintendo in just about any aspect.
Well, if this game has proper iOS 7 controller support I might take a look at it.
Or more specifically how many people are playing the 360 version. I have no problems finding a match on Xbone.
The game mode is pretty fun to play, though can be kinda frustrating when playing by yourself. I know that can be said of most multiplayer games in general, but I don’t think modes like Attrition are that much fun even with friends. All about dem objectives.
Yes, but for people like me who are going all digital and have an Internet connection fast enough to play multiplayer games yet slow enough that a 30 gig game download takes two days or more, even being able to purchase right at midnight will not guarantee that I play the game on launch day and possibly not even the next day. Preloading for me is being able to play the game after I get back from work, not days later.
Sounds like even more good stuff. Still need that preorder and preload feature, though. Not to mention listening to music without having the app snapped.
Burninating all the peoples!
Pretty cool. It’d be awesome to see if any talent gets discovered using this method.
Now complete with Gungeese!
Did you ever get into redstone mechanics? Honestly, I would have quit Minecraft a long time ago if I hadn’t figured out how electricity works. Building Kings Landing is fun and all (not to mention impressive), but that’s barely scratching the surface of what you can do with the game. Hell, a guy built a working 16bit computer out of redstone!
While nothing I build is that complex, I love putting secret passageways, hidden rooms, transport hubs and working market places in all of my creations. At that point you’re building something that is alive and moving, not something that just looks pretty. That’s where I got my second wind in the game.
As someone who has put in a couple dozen hours in the PC version and another couple hundred hours in the “cash-grab console version”, I lol’d pretty hard at some parts. It really is true. Still a fantastic game, though, and one in looking to continue playing on my Xbone.
Same with the Xbone version. It’s actually the only reason I knew a double XP event was even supposed to be happening.
Only thing holding me back from buying the game a fourth time. As soon as iOS 7 controller support is added, I’m getting both a controller and the game.
I really hope these jobs make their way to the X1 version so I can play them when I go back to the game.