Update on June 19, 2013: As a result of feedback from the Xbox community, we have changed certain policies for Xbox One reflected in this blog. Some of this information is no longer accurate — please check here for the latest.
Two weeks ago we introduced Xbox One, the all-in-one games and entertainment device. Designed for today and the decade ahead, Xbox One puts you at the center of all of your games, TV, movies, music, sports and more. We also shared how Xbox One is built to amplify a new generation of Xbox Live that’s more powerful, personal and intelligent.
And today, we would like to share more information about our vision for Xbox One as a modern, connected device; our games licensing policies; and our privacy principles for the new Kinect sensor.
- Xbox One: A Modern, Connected Device
- How Games Licensing Will Work on Xbox One
- Privacy by Design: How Xbox One and the new Kinect Sensor Put You in Control
Xbox One will be available later this year and we’ll continue to share more information in the months ahead.
Thank you for joining us on this journey and we look forward to an amazing E3 next week.