0 Replies Latest reply on Nov 5, 2016 11:19 AM by black_zion

    CoD Infinite Warfare Windows Store, Steam, Console versions incompatible

    black_zion

      'Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare' From Windows Store Is Not Cross-Play Compatible With The Steam And Xbox One Versions : …

      According to a statement released by Microsoft, the company supports cross-play between platforms and devices for partner video game companies who would like to enable the feature. This hints that it was Activision's decision to place the limitation on the Windows Store version, a claim that was confirmed by a source of Windows Central, but the reasoning behind such a move remains unknown.

       

      Unfortunately, there is no workaround to make the Windows Store version support cross-platform play. For PC gamers looking forward to Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, the only solution would be to stay away from purchasing the game on the Windows Store and instead buy it from Steam.

       

      Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Windows 10 and Steam versions aren't compatible

       

      But it appears that cross-playing may be a set-back as players who purchased a PC copy of the Infinite Warfare game on the Windows Store on Windows 10 won't be able to enter multiplayer with players on other platforms. This means that the gamers who purchased Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare via the Windows store won't be able to battle online with Steam gamers. The system essentially lets players who bought an Xbox or Windows version of a game to get a free copy of the game to play on the other platform.

       

      This piece of information is available on Activision's website, but there is no such mention on the Windows Store.