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Friday, 06 September 2013 07:33

Indies signing up with ID@Xbox

Written by David Stellmack

Hundreds and hundreds signed up in first hours

Indie developers want to develop for Xbox One if they news that when registration opened that hundreds and hundreds signed up for the ID@Xbox program in the first three hours alone according to Microsoft’s Phil Spencer.

Spencer confirmed that the first application responses for ID@Xbox went out this week. While Microsoft has had a strong relationship with indie developers, not everyone loves Microsoft. The removal of the distinction between Xbox Live Indie Games and Xbox Live Arcade games give equal treatment to both types of titles which was the main gripe that many developers had.

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