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Xbox One to limit second-hand games sales

Posted on Thursday, May 23 2013 @ 14:40:56 CEST by

Word has hit the web that Microsoft's Xbox One console will make it impossible to borrow games with friends and that the console will limit sales of used games. Games will be distributed via Blu-ray discs, but the discs will not be needed after the installation process because each game copy will be tied to your Xbox Live account. Microsoft has said that a fee will be charged for any game disc to be tied to a second Xbox Live account, but it's unknown how much this fee may be.
Microsoft has said that a fee will be charged for any game disc to be tied to a second Xbox Live account after its initial installation. This is likely to limit the market for second-hand games, but would not eliminate the possibility altogether. The company is yet to confirm whether players will be able to play games from disc or run them on secondary accounts without paying for the installation, nor has it given any indication of what the fee may be.
Source: The Verge

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