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post #21 of 21 (permalink) Old 03-05-2019, 08:50 AM
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I have to wonder if this will allow for PC exclusive features like:
frame rate control
mouse/keyboard support
Image quality options
and other standard features that come with PC games. Sure, it will be developer specific. However, I would love to see Halo Infinite come to the PC but if my only option is to use a gamepad to play it...do not want.

To be fair if it was a straight up port it still has to have mouse/keyboard support or not buy IMO.
The Xbox One has full k/m support now, so it would probably work out of the box. As for graphics settings, I've noticed that my Xbox One X has a few games that let you change a few graphics settings now.

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