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15 May 2018, 01:10 | Jodi Jackson
MICROSOFTThe latest Xbox One news includes a big update for PUBG fans
You can simply follow the below instructions to be able to gift a game digitally.
Bleeping Computer has contacted Microsoft regarding this controller but they do not have any comment at this time.
In November previous year, Microsoft made a decision to join the 21st century by introducing Xbox One gifting options to the Microsoft Store. You can check the leaked image of the controller at the top of this news. Now, Microsoft has removed these restrictions and users can now gift all Xbox One and Microsoft Store PC games digitally. Head over to the store on their platform of choice, or the Microsoft Website and find that special game, choose to "Buy as Gift" and send it to an email address, or to a gamertag from console.
Sending someone a game gift can be done using Windows 10, any Xbox One, or in a web browser.
However, it looks like the new Xbox One controller looks a lot like the old school Nintendo NES gamepad which, even though is not considered a comfortable one, has gone down in the history of gaming as an iconic one. Full priced gift purchases have no restrictions on them, though. Now in the case of Steam, you have to go into the inventory, open the gift and add it to your software library. And you can only send two gifts every two weeks, for some reason. However, if you haven't tried the feature yet, you can give it a try if you want to gift a copy of the game any of your relatives.
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