The Korean game rating board has rated Sunet Overdrive, which first launched for Xbox One in October 2014, for PC. A PC version of the Microsoft-published, Insomniac Games-developed open-world action adventure game has yet to be announced.
Oh hell yeah! Just posting about this being Xbox'es main exclusive the other day.
This is the only game I've ever wanted to play on the xb1.
there goes one of the last great xbone exclusive
Sounds good. I need to get rid of this Xbone S and out the money towards a decent gaming laptop. Probably finally play this.
.......... so you're gonna sell the Xbox One S for maybe $100, then spend atleast another $900 to play a game that you could play now by spending $30 at most?
There's a ton more to play on a laptop than an Xbox
He never actually said he was going to purchase a new laptop for the sole reason to play a single video game. People purchase laptop PCs for plenty of reasons outside of Sunset Overdrive.
Well, he can do more than just "gaming" on a laptop. Like work, video/photo shop, social stuff, etc. You see... a computer got much more uses than a xbox, and since xbox got no "true exclusive"... i can see his point.
He didn't say the game was the ONLY reason he was getting the laptop. Idiot.
I'm not an idiot guys. I very well aware of what can be done with a laptop when compared to a gaming console. That was not the point that I was trying to make.
I’m guessing his motivation for buying the laptop goes beyond this one game.
Personally, I wouldn't go for a laptop, but Xbox is pretty redundant at this point. If you don't have some arbitrary preference for consoles, then PC is a much better investment, especially considering it plays everything Xbox does.
I’ll take the gaming laptop because I can play PC’s exclusives, and all of Xbox’s exclusives. The Xbone S is worthless to me. Haven’t even plugged it in since November 2016. @BlueFox That’s true, and I’m aware, but my current line of work is likely going to have me moving around quite a bit, so a decent gaming laptop would be extremely beneficial. Been looking at an ASUS that’s a bit pricey, but it has a GTX 1080 and 16 GB of DDR5X RAM. Sounds like itll hold up for a bit.
You get way more out of a gaming laptop than an Xbox.
@Software I think you are.
Last I checked you can do more on a laptop than an Xbox One S
If this happens, I want an x enhancement
YES please on the x enhancement!
One of the few Xbox One exclusives I always wanted to play, now I can do so on my PC. Nice!
Well it's about damn time
Please in NA, then only one more thing I'll need from Xbox to release on pc which is rare replay
If true this is very exciting. Such an awesome game. Would play it again in 60 fps for sure.
Oh neat I always wanted to try this.
I hope this is legit. I played a bunch of SO last year when my cousin brought his XBO over. Such a fun game.
So Insomniac said they were too busy to work on an xbox one x patch but yet they are still not busy enough to be working on a pc port ? thas some BS if true.
well if its a win10 version they've already built it and just need to tweak a few things
it's not the simple there's tons of testing for various pc graphics settings and configurations and hardware sepcific configuration and optimization to accommodate various types of graphic cards and CPUs ... remember the mess that was batman arkham knight on launch for the PC ? They said they don't have time at all cause they are working on spiderman and all their resources are there in an interview not too long ago.
If true,that's fantastic
I would definitely buy this on PC/Steam if it were the case. However it better not be some stupid Windows 10 exclusive crap.
It’s microsoft. What do you expect? It’s why I never bought gears 4. I bought halo wars 2 on the MS and that as a mistake.
This was the only exclusive I cared about on XB1. If this turns out to be true the XB1 will be completely worthless to me.
Such a fun game. Some of the most fun I had this gen. Such a ridiculous game that never tried to take itself serious.
Nah too derpy and stupid.
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