Curve Digital's current lineup of games won't be coming to Xbox One, it has been revealed.
Microsoft's parity clause, which requests developers release games on Xbox One at the same time as other systems, rules out The Swapper, MouseCraft and Titan Attacks, which are coming to PlayStation platforms first.
"Unfortunately, all these titles here get ruled out by the parity clause," Curve's managing director Jason Perkins confirmed to Digital Spy.
"We feel like it's unnecessary handcuffs really," design director Jonathan Biddle added, "but that's the way they've decided to run that."
It was explained that its current lineup of spring and summer games were signed before Microsoft indie programme [email protected] was in place.
However, this should mean that future games from Curve Digital should arrive on Xbox One.