At last, Microsoft gives answers about XBOX One and its connectivity

Truth is that we expected these news to come out of this year's E3, but XBOX Wire chose to answer all our questions about the next gen gaming console (XBOX One) a couple of weeks earlier). And here's what we found out:

Microsoft announced that your own XBOX One console will have to be connected to Internet once a day, and if you're connected to a friend's console then you will have to reconnect every hour! You won't be able to play offline games if you pass your offline time limit, however you will be able to watch TV or a movie.


What about used games? Will we be able to sell them? It's up to each company to arrange for that. The company will define if you will be able to exchange it, or to which stores you will be able to sell it. On the other hand you will be able to lend games to your friends (as long as you have them in your friend list for at least 30 days) and you will be able to lend each game ONCE! One last news is that you will be able to share your content and games with 10 members of your "family", no matter which console they use.

That's all for now. Of course Microsoft leaves an open windows in case some things change by the time E3 opens its gates, so you never know what might happen.

0 Comment