Tag Archives: drm

Xbox One No Longer Requires Kinect

Another reversal from Microsoft who is listening and really delivering on consumer feedback as part of what could be an initiative to further boost sales of the Xbox One console when it is released later this year. Kinect will no longer be a requirement and the console will function and work very well without it. […]

Microsoft To Announce Removal of Xbox One DRM Policies?

UPDATE: Confirmed – No DRM for Xbox One According to sources of WhatHiFi, who aren’t just any run-of-the-mill website and are quite popularly known – they’ve been given the tipoff that Microsoft will announce very soon the removal of Xbox One’s unpopular DRM and Always Online Policy. Sources tell whathifi.com that Microsoft is set to […]

Microsoft Xbox One Requires Daily Internet Connection, Used Games Only For Friends List?

Microsoft has confirmed that the Xbox One console will require a daily internet connection if you want to keep playing your games library; the DRM requirements are that you will not be able to play the Xbox One after 24 hours of non internet connectivity. You are not forced into having to turn the console […]

Xbox One Does Not Block Used Games – Nor Always Online

With the newly announced Xbox One console from Microsoft today, post-reveal questions have included if it does block used games as per all the recent rumours and if it does require an always online internet connection. Clearing up the latter, Microsoft has confirmed that whilst the new console does require an internet connection it doesn’t […]