Microsoft ‘committed’ to original Xbox One plans, reveals new ‘Home Gold’ sharing features

Microsoft had originally planned to let Xbox One users share any games digitally, but a backlash over the used games policies and online check forced the company to reverse most of its promising plans. Although disc-based games can no longer be converted into digitally shareable copies, Microsoft is outlining what can be shared this week, and it’s very similar to how the Xbox 360 works today. The reversal of policies may have changed Microsoft’s plans, but Xbox chief product officer Marc Whitten tells us that “most people will use this platform connected,” and the company still plans to bring back some of the original Xbox One features.

Xbox One games purchased digitally can be used by all players in a household on an Xbox One. Just…

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