Xbox Play Anywhere: Compatible Games List [Updated: 1/19]
Find the constantly-updating list of Xbox Play Anywhere titles right here, and see which games you can play on Xbox One or Windows 10 at no additional cost.
Any digital game compatible with Xbox Play Anywhere can now be shared on two platforms; the Xbox One and any Windows 10 PC linked with the same Xbox Live account. Not only will you own these particular titles on both platforms, you’ll share saves and achievements too. There’s a growing list of compatible titles, and if you want to know which games are cross-platforms, we’ve compiled a comprehensive list of every known Xbox Live Anywhere game. Just keep scrolling.
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Xbox Play Anywhere: Compatible Games List
[Updated: 1/19 – Removed Added Resident Evil 7: Biohazard.]
- Resident Evil 7: Biohazard
- Gears of War 4
- Forza Horizon 3
- Sea of Thieves
- Halo Wars 2
- Killer Instinct (Season 1, Season 2 & Season 3)
- State of Decay 2
- Ark: Survival Evolved
- We Happy Few
- Crackdown 3
- Phantom Dust
- Slime Rancher
- The Culling
Xbox Play Anywhere – Everything You Need To Know
If you still have questions about Xbox Play Anywhere, here are the most important facts to know about the cross-play service.
- Xbox Play Anywhere is only compatible with Xbox One and Windows 10 PC.
- The games listed above are Xbox Play Anywhere compatible. This is not the full list, more games will be added in the future.
- Xbox Play Anywhere does NOT cost extra. There is no added cost to play on Xbox One or Windows 10 PC.
- A Xbox Play Anywhere game can only be signed-on from the owner’s account on one platform.
- Game progress is saved and shared between Xbox One and Windows 10 PC. You can pick-up and play where you left off and switch between platforms on the fly.
- Any downloadable content purchased on one platform will also share on Xbox One or Windows 10 PC.
- Xbox Play Anywhere only applies to digital game purchases through the Microsoft Store, Xbox Live Marketplace, or through digital codes. Physical releases are exempt from the service.
If you have any questions, let us know in the comments — and keep checking back as more Xbox Play Anywhere titles are added to the growing list of cross-platform games.