NotíciaData de Publicação 19/06/2013 - 9:45pm GMT+1
Confirmado oficialmente pela Microsoft.
A Microsoft afirma ter ouvido o feedback dos jogadores e recua nas medidas impostas à Xbox One, nomeadamente, a nova consola da marca deixa de ter DRM e os jogadores não precisarão de se ligar online a cada vinte e quatro horas.
Depois de vários rumores avançados pelos sites Giant Bomb e WhatHiFi, a Microsoft usou o Xbox Wire, o seu próprio site noticioso para confirmar a revogação das medidas que tanto transtornaram a comunidade de jogadores.
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Microsoft backtracks on Xbox One polices: no online connection required, full support of used games
Updated: June 19, 2013
The biggest backtrack in gaming history: Microsoft has just announced a full change in their highly controvesial DRM policy. Their policy required users to connect to the internet every 24 hours. Now, Microsoft has confirmed that they are removing this feature, and allowing Xbox One to not require an internet connection. Only connection is required at the setup stage.
They’ve also backtracked on their used games polices: now they’re keeping their polices just as how Sony has it. No restrictions, and same support as how it was with Xbox 360.
These changes come after a week of Microsoft executives fully defend all these polices in multiple interviews and press conferences at E3 last week. Sony won over many fans after saying that they’re not restricted or requiring anything.
Statement to CVG, “As a result of feedback from the Xbox community, we have changed certain policies for Xbox One”
SOURCE: GiantBomb and Xbox News Wire