Also keep in mind that Fanatical is about to sell its 100 millionth key–and that lucky customer will win $1000 worth of games and other prizes. So, if there’s a game you’re interested in, be sure to pick it up through Fanatical for a chance to win the big prize. The full Red Hot Sale catalogue can be found on Fanatical, but we’ve highlighted some of our favorite discounts below. The products discussed here were independently chosen by our editors. GameSpot may get a share of the revenue if you buy anything featured on our site.
The Red Hot Sale at Fanatical is now live, with substantial discounts on some of today’s most popular titles. Fanatical is giving away a free mystery present when you spend more than $10 on a single order, in addition to discounts on Neon White, Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak, and more favourites. Your mystery present may be anything from discount certificates to free copies of Elden Ring, Rebel Galaxy, and Main Assembly, according to Fanatical. You’ll also find new discounts every day, such as Ni No Kuni Wrath of the White Witch Remastered and Core Keeper for $9 each in today’s Flash Deals.
If your PC doesn’t meet minimum requirements, you’ll still be able to check what a game’s minimum specs are. This tag feature isn’t available for every game yet, but will gradually get added. “As we continue to learn about the performance of a game on similar PCs, you may not see a performance check for every game (especially recently added games) until we have enough information to share a recommendation. Keep checking back,” says senior product manager lead Tila Nguyen in a Xbox blog post.
On the Xbox app, Microsoft is rolling out a new game performance fit indicator tailored to your specific PC. Under the green Install button for a specific game, a tag, “Plays well on similar PCs,” will show up as a prediction of how Microsoft expects the game to run on your machine. This tag is determined by Microsoft observing a game’s performance on machines comparable to yours. It’s a new feature that’s a nice-to-have, at-a-glance look if your PC can run certain games before the download button is triggered.
This new addition follows Microsoft testing other performance indicator tags in December 2021. The difference was that this “trial tag” read, “Should play great on this PC” and was only available for those who agreed to see the Xbox app store’s preview versions. The products discussed here were independently chosen by our editors. GameSpot may get a share of the revenue if you buy anything featured on our site.