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Submitted by -Mezzo- 1099d ago | article

Will new Xbox block second-hand games market with always-online DRM?

Guardian - The next Xbox console may require a permanent online connection and could rule out the pre-owned games market, Edge magazine has reported. Staff on the veteran games publication claim to have spoken to developers who have projects underway for both the next Xbox and for PlayStation 4. According to these anonymous sources, the forthcoming Xbox 360 successor will require users to sign into their online account whenever they play, restricting purchased games to this single identity. (Xbox One)

t0mmyb0y  +   1099d ago
And for people without access to the internet??

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