If I buy sea of thieves on Xbox will it auto install on my pc?

  1.    25 Feb 2018 #1

    If I buy sea of thieves on Xbox will it auto install on my pc?

    I plan to get sea of thieves next month on Xbox. I know itís one of those cross windows/Xbox games (sorry cant think of the technical term). I only want it installed on Xbox and am concerned once bought it may auto install/push to my windows 10 pc. Can anyone confirm whether this will happen or not? I am not a fan of the store on windows 10 and itís bugginess, I wouldnít trust it as a digital games platform and also wouldnít want the game taking space on my ssd.

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    Windows 10 Home October 2018 Update 64-bit
       25 Feb 2018 #2

    Nope. Buying the game will only make it available for download on Microsoft's platforms. You still need to push the download & install button. It would be dumb if the game auto-installed on the C: OS drive anyway... Though I wouldn't be that surprised if Microsoft did something that stupid to be honest.
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