An Xbox is essentially a PC. The hardware is a modified AMD APU *very* much like you find in a $400 laptop and the operating system is literally a modified version of Windows 10. “The way they made the port” probably didn't take much effort on their behalf and definitely didn't preclude their ability to implement… Read more
Except there’s not in this case. The Xbox is running an x86 CPU architecture and a modified version of Windows 10 and DX12. The codebase difference between an Xbox One title and a PC title is minimal and much of the additional work that needs to be done is optimisation work to get it running smoothly on different… Read more
The game doesn’t need to distinguish it. Xinput takes care of that. There are plenty of local multiplayer games on PC so coding the input is no excuse.
Although I haven’t gone on any recent expletive-filled rants of late (if I had, they would be directed at EA/Dice for Battlefront I/II) - but if you’re a consumer looking for “couch co-op” this is a serious blow. In this case, they functionally removed game functionality by not including split screen when it was… Read more
They are releasing the games in chronological order, based on when they happen in the Halo Universe timeline.
What a series of Ups & Downs. Thanks for everything!
Thank you! <3