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More Hit Gameloft Xbox Enabled Titles Making There Way To Windows 8/RT Soon (Video)

July 28, 2013 No Comments

Yes, you read it right the first time. It seems mobile game developer Gameloft, isn’t quite done with the Windows 8 platform after all. The developer who is just now beginning to bring over their popular franchises to the Windows Phone platform are evidently also bringing their classic’s over to the Windows 8/RT platform as well. Below is a video from YouTube user jun kit ag, in which the user shows Xbox enabled Asphalt 7: Heat (Now available on Windows Phone ) being available as an Acer exclusive to the Windows Store. The user is attempting to download the game and install it for the first time.  Take a look:

The video looks pretty legit on our end and we are sure the user has nothing to gain by posting a simple video like this. Having quality titles on a Windows 8/RT tablet or Windows 8 desktop for that matter would give the overall appearance that Windows 8 is really getting the developers it needs at a good time. One would hope that the game would support Xbox controller input but we wont know until we get our hands on it later. Lets just hope that this is the beginning and that even newer titles will be making its way over to the platform as well. What are your thoughts? Comment below..MBGW

Source: YouTube


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