Xbox One sharing will be similar to Xbox 360, Microsoft says

08/12/2013 | Verge, The · CNET · TheNextWeb.com

Sharing of games, digital downloads or on discs with the forthcoming Xbox One console will be similar to that of the Xbox 360, with members of a household allowed to play games when another member has downloaded a game, according to Microsoft. The Xbox One hardware will include a headset, the company added; originally, it was planning to charge an extra $25 for the headset. Finally, Microsoft Points are going away and local currency will be accepted for Xbox 360 purchases with the console's next update.

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