Ps5 gets another Xbox game today and you may be able to download it for free

Xbox Series X and XBox Series S are of Microsoft s stationary game consoles and successors of the Xbox ONE. Xbox Series X was presented at the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) on June 9, 2019 and the Xbox Series S was officially confirmed after a leak on September 8, 2020 by Microsoft via Twitter. The consoles are competing with Sony s console PlayStation 5 and Nintendos (technically significantly weaker) switch. By July 2021 more than 6.5 million copies were sold worldwide.

PlayStation 5 will receive another Xbox game today and, technically, it is available free of charge for some. The game is courtesy of Bethesda and ID Software, both owned by Xbox, but both continue to launch some games on the PlayStation platforms. In August, the couple launched a remasterization of the original. Terremoto for Nintendo Switch, PC, PS4 and Xbox One. Fast forward two months, and now the game is available through Xbox Series S, Xbox Series X and PS5 as well. On these platforms, the game costs $ 10, but if you have it on PS4, you can update it to the PS5 version for free.

«We are excited to launch terremoto on Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S and PlayStation 5«, writes Bethesda on the launch. » Anyone who has purchased terremoto in Xbox One or PlayStation 4 is eligible for a free next generation update in the same console family. Next generation versions are also available for direct digital purchase on next-generation (Xbox) Microsoft Store and PlayStation Store platforms. In addition, there are free updates available for Xbox Game Pass members who have Xbox Series X or Xbox Series S. «

In PS5, the game has 4K resolution, 120 FPS and Dualsense Adaptive Trigger compatibility. The same applies to the Xbox Series X version, minus compatibility with DualSense Adaptive Trigger, of course.

It is still not clear why this remasterization is multiplatform and is not exclusive to the Xbox console. With Bethesda games, the group of examples is still small, but it seems that Xbox will choose which games are multiplatform and which ones do not. For example, STARFIELD will be an exclusive Xbox console, but this is not.

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