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Microsoft Store Users Can Now Send PC Games as Digital Gifts

Microsoft Store Users Can Now Send PC Games as Digital Gifts

According to the publisher, Microsoft has sold just shy of 30 million Xbox One consoles so far this generation. Microsoft has enabled gifting on its storefront, making it possible to send games through to anyone you like - as long as you have their email address. The "select Xbox One games" gifting limitation is also being relaxed to include all Xbox One digital games going forward.

EA held its quarterly financial earnings call last week, during which we received three big takeaways- Battlefield V will have a single-player campaign, there will be "early access" opportunities for Anthem and finally, an estimate on Xbox One sales. On Xbox One, you can choose a Gamertag from your list of Xbox Live friends. Now though you can do more than that - you can send anyone any games that Microsoft sells on its store.

Microsoft has promised this feature for a long time and previously made it possible to gift specific Xbox games to people you know and love. Once the button has been clicked then the software code will appear along with instructions for redeeming the code to add the software to your Xbox library.


What will you be gifting? Full priced gift purchases have no restrictions on them, though.

Gift purchasers can only buy two discounted products - and a total of 10 discounted products - every 14 days. Now in the case of Steam, you have to go into the inventory, open the gift and add it to your software library.

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