Microsoft announces the addition of a mode to play Windows 10 games without an internet connection, a far cry from the old days where offline play was a given and online support was a feature. They outline the limitations this carries, as not all games will support offline play. They also point out the obvious points that multiplayer play and patching are not available offline. Users must specify in advance the device to be used for offline play, a designation that can be changed up to three times a year. They warn: "If youíre planning on playing offline, youíll need to prepare your Windows 10 device while you have an online connection. Itís important that you do this while youíre online, as once you go offline, you wonít be able to make these changes." Thanks DSOGaming.
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