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If the second player is using an account without a current Xbox LIVE Gold membership, they won't be able to play online, or join a world with the 'online' status.


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No, cross-generation play is not possible in Destiny. If you have an Xbox 360 and a copy of the game for that, though, you can use your same characters and progress between the two platforms will be synced.


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As well as the option to re-download your online pass through your download history, you can also just "purchase" another online pass. EA has made online passes across all its games free, including Battlefield 3. You will see confirmation that your purchase has a price of "free". The download is very small (around 100 KB). I just tried this on my Xbox, ...


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Her old account will work just fine as long as it hasn't been reprimanded by Microsoft.


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I have been successful with putting my Xbox on DMZ with this router. At first I had trouble with the DMZ until I read somewhere that you have to make sure that you enable your firewall. So you go to the firewall tab and enable firewall with The DMZ settings and it should work. Remember though you can't have any other settings such as port forwarding or it ...


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Absolutely. An Xbox 360 game running on the Xbox One has full multiplayer support. From the Xbox One Backward Compatibility FAQ: Can I do multiplayer gaming with friends who are playing the game on Xbox 360 or Xbox One? Yes. For games that offer multiplayer gaming, you'll be able to play with others who own the title on Xbox 360. Source: ...


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When you purchase a game on the Xbox 360 Marketplace, you get two licenses for playing the game: The first one is connected to your gamertag (profile), and allows you to always play the games you buy, on any console, as long as you are signed into that gamertag. The second license is connected to the Xbox 360 console you purchased the game on, and allows ...


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The digitally purchased games are associated to a single Xbox Live profile.


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The 360 save will not be in the same format at the XB1 save. Additionally, saves are tied to the gamer profile that they were created with. I'm making the assumption that you and your friend are not sharing a profile, so even if it was the same platform, it could not be shared. Another limitation is that the two versions will be seen as two separate games ...



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