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Microsoft clarifies which early adopters get Limbo for Xbox One


Limbo was given out for free to certain Xbox One owners and Microsoft has now confirmed the criteria for this gift.

Apparently anyone who used their Xbox One during the console's launch weekend should now have a code for Limbo in their inbox, while the platformer's new Xbox One port will be made available to purchase for everyone else "soon".



"We're looking forward to launching Limbo on Xbox One," a Microsoft spokesperson said. "As a thank you to our earliest adopters, fans who played their Xbox One the first weekend of launch received early, free access to the game.

"Limbo will also be available for purchase via the Xbox Game Store soon."

It's being rumoured that Limbo could be one of the Games with Gold for December, so don't feel too put out if you don't have a copy yet.

Edited On 25 Nov, 2014

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ade0410's avatar
ade0410 2 years ago
Got my code the other day. Downloaded but won't get round to playing it anytime soon though.
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Danny_936 2 years ago
"Apparently anyone who used their Xbox One during the console's launch weekend should now have a code for Limbo in their inbox" Well that's incorrect, As my mate got the Limbo code and he only bought his Xbox one brand new from GAME in January a week or so after me.
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Rory 2 years ago
Well I feel Slightly screwed over, I bought a Day one edition and didnt get to play it untill the week after release as I was one of the people affected with the broken disk drive batch :/
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Turniplord 2 years ago
they should have just gave it to everyone who has the day one achievement on their account - that proves they got that version (or paid stupidly high for the code at launch)
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gary 2 years ago
I got mine day one and online everyday since day one but I didn't receive any code for limbo

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