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Day One Patch Needed for Xbox One

Posted June 21, 2013 by Leeroy Jenkins in News
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Microsoft has listened to the voice of the players and has officially announced that their DRM policies and region lock restrictions are going to be lifted. Players will need to do a pretty massive update on day one to make sure that all of the new amazing features on the Xbox One will be able to function the same way that the Xbox 360 did which is flawless as far as trading games, internet connectivity, and restrictions are concerned. According to Destructoid, all you have to do is be connected to the internet in order to play the games you have digitally downloaded because Microsoft still wants to utilize the cloud based libraries for gamers.

I feel that this is a smart move on Microsoft’s part and believe that if anything comes from this, it should be positive vibes that Microsoft listens to their fans and although the way they presented their new console was completely in the wrong, they have corrected the massive errors they were about to enforce. There’s nothing that gamers want more than the ability to play their games after the initial purchase and the best part is that Xbox Live told Kotaku that if a player does decide to purchase a game digitally, that title will always be with them and the library has become mobile.

There are those that still want to have a physical library and make sure that their collection of titles for the next generation console stays strong though and for those that prefer that, the option is available for them by still going to the store. I will be the first to admit that after the recent news, I have completely swung my view of Microsoft and the Xbox One and all it took was them leaving their already great system alone.

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