The Combo Breaker Pack provides the Combo Breaker Add-On, as well as bonus characters. Even if you already have the digital game, you can take advantage of the add-ons from the Combo Break Pack disc.
Yes, you'll need to put the disc in to play any of the add-on characters.
Yes. The add-on content will be installed the first time you insert the disc . You can manage individual add-ons by inserting the disc and selecting the add-on from the Home screen on your Xbox One.
No, TJ Combo will be available digitally as well.
No. The retail disc comes with all eight characters form Season 1 and a download code for TJ Combo.
Yes. The disc will work offline like any other Xbox One retail game.
Absolutely. People who have the retail version will be able to play online against anyone who has Killer Instinct.
Yes. When Season 2 launches, people who have the retail version will be able to purchase Season 2 content.
Please visit Killer Instinct on Xbox One Support.
Killer Instinct launches on both Xbox One and Windows 10 March 29, 2016.
Killer Instinct is a free to download game – it doesn’t cost anything to download the base game and you can purchase individual fighters or character bundles.
No, you do not need to re-purchase anything you’ve already purchased in Killer Instinct. In fact, everything you own and have earned in Killer Instinct is available to you on Windows 10.
In order to access your existing Killer Instinct content on Windows 10, Xbox One owners must receive the Season 3 game update, available starting March 29, 2016. Simply login to your Xbox One console and launch Killer Instinct. Ensure you’re connected to Xbox Live and follow the prompts to receive the update. Once the update is complete, launch Killer Instinct fully. Once the update is complete and you have launched Killer Instinct again, you will be able to login into Windows 10 to access your owned and earned content.
Yes! You can play Killer Instinct across Xbox One and Windows 10 devices using Xbox Live.
Xbox 360 fightsticks will work at Season 3 launch, with Xbox One fightstick support landing in a future Windows 10 update.