Those of you who own the Launcher based Minecraft Dungeons while on Windows 10, have you ever had a case where you were invited by some friends in a game and they also have the game on their computer?
But then you can't accept them because the invites are on the Xbox Game Bar from using Win + G because it redirects to make you buy the game again from the Microsoft Store? Why do we need to buy the same game twice just for game invites?
If there was a built-in way for the Launcher based game to actually detect and receive these invites from either MS Store based or Launcher based invites, so that you wouldn't have to spend an extra $20 just to be able to accept them, what would you think?
Maybe the game should have a in-game notification system for these invites received, and you can check your in-game friends and game sessions list to accept them that way instead of having them in the Xbox Game Bar on Windows 10
If this was a thing, that means you can even receive them on windows 8.1, or even windows 7, since the Xbox Game Bar isn't there at all for those 2 operating systems to detect invites anyway
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