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Xbox One may not work in unsupported countries

Posted on Friday, June 14 2013 @ 18:57:59 CEST by


Not only will Microsoft's upcoming Xbox One console have strict DRM controlers, it appears the console might not work in countries where Microsoft doesn't offer official support.
You are already aware of the DRM policies and what-the-crowd-thinks about Microsoft’s policies with the Xbox One, so we’ll get straight to the point. The Xbox One might not work properly in regions where it is not officially supported, i.e. officially released. This is a serious restriction if true, as Microsoft will initially be launching the next-generation console in 21 countries only. So what does this mean for users of other countries? Here’s what Xbox Support has to say about it.
Xbox One country support



 



 

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