If any of you have been following the fallout from E3, many of you would know that Microsoft is under fire for its contraversial policies regarding the Xbox One. Always online, check in every 24 hours, and no used games.

I really should say was under fire.

In an announcement earlier today, Microsoft released that they are DROPPING the 24-hour check in, dropping their policies on used games, and dropping the always online requirement. According to Don Mattrick the Xbox One in terms of these areas will work just like the Xbox 360. The only required internet will be when setting up the console.

The only difference now from the Xbox 360 to the Xbox One will be the required Kinect. This however, I DO NOT have a problem with.


Me now very happy with Microsoft and reassured that they listen to their gamers. Lancer1289 (talk) 21:22, June 19, 2013 (UTC)

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