Xbox Series X Smart Delivery Will Also Carry Over Save Data
As we approach the Holiday 2020 season, the console war between Microsoft and Sony is beginning to heat up, with the latter company dealing a heavy blow in the form of its impressive reveal of the PlayStation 5. In the meantime, Microsoft is still plugging away with its trickle of new information, with the latest batch of info revolving around Smart Delivery and the Xbox Series X.
Microsoft took to its Xbox Wire site to break down some new info regarding Smart Delivery. For those still unaware, Smart Delivery is a feature that allows players to upgrade certain Xbox One games to the Xbox Series X for free, with Microsoft confirming that players can play either version of their game depending on the console they’re playing without needing to worry about losing their progress between consoles. “As was the case with our current backwards compatible titles, you won’t have to worry about losing any progress either,” the post explains.
Thanks to our commitment to compatibility across generations, you can be assured that when you purchase a game on Xbox One today, your game library, progression and entire gaming legacy moves forward with you if you jump into the next generation with Xbox Series X.”
The post goes on to provide a list of new additions to the Xbox Series X Smart Delivery program. Here’s the list in full:
- Halo Infinite
- Cyberpunk 2077
- Assassin’s Creed Valhalla
- Destiny 2
- DiRT 5
- Scarlet Nexus
- Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2
- Yakuza: Like a Dragon
- The Ascent
- Call of the Sea
- Gears 5
- Second Extinction
- Metal: Hellslinger
The Xbox Series X is slated to release this Holiday 2020.
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