Xbox One: Microsoft Giving Away Classic Game at No Cost

If you love playing online games, we are sure you are wondering how to win at Roulette, for one. However, if you are a console fan, things are different.

Xbox owners can now download a classic third-person action game on the Xbox website or the Xbox One or Xbox 360 store. Initially, the game was a huge sensation following its release for the Xbox 360. We’re talking about the much-worshipped Too Human.

Too Human Description
Set amid an ongoing battle, the players dive into the midst of chaos as the Cybernetic God Baldur. The goal is to defend humanity and triumph in the battle that threatens the very existence of mankind. Baldur must protect the world from the onslaught of atrocious war machines determined to eradicate humans.

Adieu to Backward Compatibility
The latest backward compatibility update marks
Microsoft’s final update for the Xbox One. It means Microsoft confirms you won’t be seeing new games in the lineup after this week’s update. The good news is, Microsoft includes four Splinter Cell classics from the original Xbox era. They include:
· Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell
· Splinter Cell Pandora Tomorrow
· Splinter Cell Chaos Theory
· Splinter Cell Double Agent

Other original Xbox games to join the lineup include the likes of Armed and Dangerous and Unreal Championship 2. However, do note that Microsoft plans no further backward compatibility updates for the Xbox One users as it turns its focus to Project Scarlett.

What is Project Scarlett? Microsoft announced the release of its next-generation console, provisionally named ‘Project Scarlett’. In fall of 2020, the new Xbox Project Scarlett debuts alongside the much-awaited Halo Infinite game. Microsoft claims that Scarlett will support all the existing Xbox One Games and controllers. The gaming giants want to keep both the Cloud and the optical drive together – for now...

There are rumors that suggest two official console releases next year, but Microsoft thus far is only talking about Project Scarlett. Some of the dominant features of their new project include:
· 8K Support
· Solid-State Drive Storage
· Ray-tracing Graphics

Microsoft proved it listens to their customers feedback by making sure that their next gaming console supports thousands of games from the previous Xbox versions. Instead of introducing new games, the company has now shifted focus on making the Xbox One compatible games playable on the future Xbox hardware.

Is Scarlett Better than One? There’s a lot of tech-terms used in the promotional video revealed by Microsoft at the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) 2019. One tech-spec we can all understand and appreciate is that the new console promises gamers with frame rates as high as 120 frames per second!

Microsoft claims that the new project Scarlett "from a pure processing perspective" would be four times more powerful than the Xbox One X. But it was later reported the claim only speaks about the CPU's power irrespective of the graphical capabilities of the system.

The trailer also reveals that Microsoft's xCloud Service will live-stream the games on project Scarlett. For now, the Xbox users can enjoy the free Xbox 360 classics with or without an Xbox Live Gold Subscription. Although the gamers who do have a subscription get VIP access to most of the classics. It’s still a win-win situation for all the Xbox owners.



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