We’ll need Windows 10 (or an Xbox One) for Gigantic

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Motiga’s team action game Gigantic is looking fabulous in this new trailer out of PAX East.

While that’s no surprise, this is: the Seattle-based studio is partnering with Microsoft to bring the game to Windows 10 as “a key launch title,” in addition to Xbox One. Progression and purchases made in-game will carry across the two versions and, optionally, there’s cross-platform play.

“You will ultimately even be able to opt in to play matches with friends across platforms — matches where everyone has agreed to mix PC gamers and console gamers,” said Motiga. “If you’re not interested, no problem — you don’t have to opt in.”

I have mixed feelings about this publishing deal — for what it’s worth, Motiga says it’ll make for a better game — but then again I’ll probably just end up playing Gigantic on Xbox One.

Gigantic Is Coming to Windows 10 and Xbox One [Gigantic]


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