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Earlier this year, we announced that we are bringing local currency to Xbox 360 and Xbox One consoles. This change was a direct result of customer feedback. You told us you want to be able to buy things using money instead of points, and we listened.
Our goal is to make this transition as easy as possible for you. After the next Xbox 360 system update, when you go to buy something or redeem a Microsoft Points card or code on your console with your Microsoft account, we’ll add to your account an amount of currency equal to or greater than the Xbox Marketplace value of your Microsoft Points, which will be retired.
Making a purchase will be faster and easier than ever. You will see item prices expressed in local currency; no need to calculate what an item costs! You will still be able to directly purchase content from Xbox stores using any current form of payment available in your region, including credit cards. And with a rollout starting in late 2013, you’ll also be able to buy new Xbox Gift Cards (denominated in your local currency) through our online retailers and in local retail stores. These gift cards can be added to your Microsoft account online and are another easy-to-use payment option for customers.
Don’t worry about your Microsoft Points Cards either. We’ll continue to accept purchased Microsoft Points Cards and codes until further notice, and we’ll add to your account an amount of local currency equal to or greater than the Marketplace value of those points. In addition, we know you’ve worked hard on your Microsoft Points earned through Xbox Live Rewards. These will remain in your Xbox Live account and transition to local currency with the rest of your Microsoft Points.
We’re excited to bring local currency to Xbox Live. It’s a decision based on your feedback, and another way we’re working to make Xbox Live the best community for gaming and entertainment today.
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Xbox One: Sharing Digital Games and Gold
Our goal is for Xbox One to be the hub for games and entertainment in your living room. It’s a future where everyone in your home has a personalized account with all the content they love front and center. To do that, we had to think about how the system would work and thrive in one of the busiest rooms in the house that many people share. We wanted to create a system that was highly personalized but also social. It’s about celebrating your individual tastes but also making it welcoming and easy for people to share. Here’s what that looks like.
Sharing Digital Games
Everyone in your home can share digital games with each other. Your Xbox One can become your virtual game library filled with digital games that different people in the home bought. Anyone can pick any digital game on your Xbox One, sign in with their own gamertag and play – even if the owner is not signed in. Like physical media, you can also play many digitally downloaded games without being online, although experiences will be best when connected to the internet and Xbox Live. Finally, when you purchase a digital game, you can start playing even before the entire game downloads.
Because your digital games go with you, you can also use and share digital games when you sign in to another console. And, if you happen to buy a digital game when you are signed in on your friend’s console, your game will also be available on your Home Xbox One console for anyone to use.
Sharing digital games is a great feature of Xbox One, and we’re also making it possible for Xbox Live Gold members to share some of the best benefits of Gold.
Sharing Xbox Live Gold Benefits
At E3 this year, we briefly highlighted a new benefit we’re bringing to Xbox Live Gold members on Xbox One. We’re calling it Home Gold. It will enable any Xbox Live Gold member on Xbox One to extend many Gold features to others at no additional cost. One Xbox Live Gold account delivering great benefits to everyone in the home.
Here’s how Xbox Live Gold members can extend Gold benefits including multiplayer gaming, Game DVR, SmartMatch and access to entertainment apps and experiences, including The NFL on Xbox, Skype, Internet Explorer:
- At home. You can set up your console at home so that anyone who uses that console will enjoy multiplayer gaming and access to entertainment apps – even if you are not home or logged in.
- On the go. You can log in at a friend’s house and everyone there can enjoy multiplayer gaming and access to entertainment apps while you are logged in.
At Home with Xbox One
If you’re an Xbox Live Gold member, an unlimited number of people can enjoy many benefits of Xbox Live Gold while they are using your Home Xbox One console. Friends and family will simply create their own account and gamertag and be able to enjoy Xbox Live online multiplayer gaming and access to entertainment apps.
Friends coming over to play? No problem. They can log in with their own gamertag and play online multiplayer. Even if you sign off, your friends and family can enjoy multiplayer gaming while they are playing on your Home Xbox One console.
At a Friend’s House with Xbox One
On Xbox One if you are an Xbox Live Gold member, you will be able to go to a friend’s house and play co-op multiplayer– even if your friend is not a Gold subscriber. Once you log in with your Xbox Live Gold account, everyone using that console can access multiplayer and entertainment apps for as long as you are logged in.
At Home with Xbox 360 and Xbox One
If you are an Xbox Live Gold member today, you are already set for Xbox One. Your Xbox Live Gold membership for Xbox 360 will seamlessly become an Xbox Live Gold account on your Xbox One and you will be able to enjoy Xbox Live Gold features on either console. You can even be logged in to Xbox 360 and Xbox One at the same time. Home Gold benefits are exclusively for Xbox One.
What Home Gold Means for the Xbox One Experience
With Xbox One everyone in your home has a personalized account, which will enable powerful and personal experiences, and that’s one of the reasons why we wanted to create Home Gold. It means that your account and your gamertag are truly yours. You don’t have to share your gamertag for multiplayer gaming with others in your home, or see recommendations for your kid’s cartoons next to the recommended first-person shooter for you. It also means that you can introduce new games and enjoy multiplayer with friends while they are at your house. Last but not least, it also means that when you buy one Xbox Live Gold membership, multiple people can enjoy the best benefits of Xbox Live Gold on your Xbox One at no additional charge.
In a Saints Row IV walkthrough video President Jim Boone” takes fans through the entire opening mission of the game, which I had previously assumed was the mission DualShockers played at E3 this year. Instead, the opening mission is actually sort of an “origin story” that explains how your main character became president, and leads the Saints on a mission to stop a plot by their old enemy, Cyrus Temple.
From the usual comic dialogue to a fond and surprisingly heartfelt ending–made all the more touching with a hilarious choice of soundtrack music–this mission seems to be exactly what you’d expect from a Saints Row game, although it doesn’t show off the powers players will get shortly afterwards in the game.
While this video shows you how you will become president, you can choose how he will look right now with the Inauguration Station, and then load him up when Saints Row IV releases on August 20th in North America and August 23rd in Europe to PS3, PC and Xbox 360.
2K Marin’s newest developer diary is a behind-the-scenes look at The Bureau: XCOM Declassified‘s narrative, and just how much the characters and settings shape the story.
With the setting in 1962, the era the game takes place in is ripe with conflict. With what is described as a lost of innocence, this is a time where there’s a drastic distrust in government, Kennedy’s Moon speech and the Cuban Missile Crisis, the Civil Rights movement, and more. The video diary, which you can view below, discusses these events as a huge influence to the game’s environments, and a huge boon in shaping the main character, Agent Carter.
The Bureau: XCOM Declassified is set to release next month on August 23rd to PS3, Xbox 360, and PC.
A pair of lovely new game-play videos for Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag have been released. The first video showcases the game’s underwater game-play. While underwater, players can explore and discover treasures and other goodies, but are defenseless and must be wary of being attacked by any number of swimming predators, such as sharks, rays and the like.
The harpoon video shows how players can kill sharks from above the water. Players will have access to a limited number of harpoons and there will be as many as six different kinds of poor marine animals to slay. Killing the fishies gives you materials that you can use to craft items, which would be pretty cool if it didn’t seem so darn barbaric. Check out both of these videos below.
Assassin’s Creed IV will be available in October.