Sony Microsoft has ditched Always Online DRM policies for their upcoming next-gen console Xbox One. Microsoft will apply this change via Day One Patch for Xbox One.
Now here is list of some of the other features that Microsoft won’t be able to deliver (unintentionally), as explained by March Whitten, V.P of Xbox Live to Kotaku.
“There’s a few things we won’t be able to deliver as a result of this change,” Marc Whitten, told Kotaku, “One of the things we were very exicted about was ‘wherever we go my games are always with me.’ Now, of course your physical games won’t show up that way. The games you bought digitally will. You’ll have to bring your discs with you to have your games with you. Similarly, the sharing library [is something] we won’t be able to deliver at launch.”
This simply means, Everything Comes With a Price and You Win Some and You Lose Some. Isn’t it guys?. Would you now buy Xbox One console?. Let us know in the comment section below.