One of many first studios to be acquired by Microsoft as a part of this most up-to-date string of gaming acquisitions was Compulsion Video games – builders of the much-hyped although in the end considerably disappointing We Completely satisfied Few. Regardless of Microsoft now proudly owning the studio, and it being on the service for over 4 years, We Completely satisfied Few is about to lastly be leaving Sport Cross later this week.
Although not but formally introduced by Microsoft, opening the Xbox Sport Cross app now informs subscribers that the indie survival rogue-lite We Completely satisfied Few is about to depart the app on the fifteenth of January – later this week.
In fact, video games are added and dropped from Sport Cross on a regular basis, however what makes this one attention-grabbing is the truth that Compulsion Video games is a first-party developer, being owned by Microsoft.
It’s value noting that Microsoft acquired the studio after it had already launched We Completely satisfied Few with Gearbox serving as writer. As such, it appears as if regardless of proudly owning the studio, Microsoft doesn’t have full rights to the We Completely satisfied Few license – or not less than for the primary recreation.
For a lot of, Xbox Sport Cross supplies a wonderful method to play an extended line-up of titles for a comparatively small worth. That is wonderful, so long as you recognise that you don’t personal any of the video games, and that they may disappear at any second.
KitGuru says: What did you consider We Completely satisfied Few? Are you unhappy to see it going? What do you need to see Compulsion Video games work on subsequent? Tell us down beneath.