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Xbox Live account ban on Xbox One means you lose all your games

Posted on Sunday, June 16 2013 @ 15:06:11 CEST by

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eTeknix reports a member of Microsoft's Xbox Support Team on Twitter confirmed that if your Xbox Live account gets banned, you also forfeit the licenses to any games tied to your account!
There are probably more criticisms that we missed but as you can see Microsoft’s Xbox One has had a really hard time of late. This shows no signs of letting up as now it is revealed an Xbox Live Account ban means losing all access to your Xbox One games according to Xbox’s Support Team on Twitter. Again this is causing outrage because people are worried about if there account is hacked or banned for an unfair reason. In essence the PlayStation 4 won’t have this problem because games are all physical, not digital, and are not tied to your account. While this is “no different” to current digital Xbox 360 games it is still likely to outrage people more. At least with Xbox 360 you have the option to buy physical copies and avoid this “risk” of losing your digital content with account bans.



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