The common associated sources claimed that a regular validity checking of the Xbox One Game via online will be required though there will be no reactivation fee for using the game. Definite sources claimed to Polygon that in spite of having an obligatory internet connection to the console, the company is coming up with a plan of providing special release codes that could be offered to some selected group of people. As an example, the group can be those soldiers active in the war areas.
The decision of which sort of system to be utilized in the Xbox 360 for games and the validation process is still open in some sort of internal zone. The company may reveal the decision with details this week. The reliable sources claimed that the executives of Microsoft are involved in a discussion regarding the reactions of the confusing messages related to the games and internet demands and planned to reveal the details of the console prior to E3.
Officers of Microsoft have given contradictory answers of the asked queries regarding the game and internet requirement issues. An officer of Microsoft Q&A mentioned that it is not necessary that the Xbox One Game needs to be connected with the internet all the time, but of course it should be connected to an Internet connection. Upon discussion with Kotaku, Phil Harrison of Microsoft mentioned that the console will require internet validation per day.
After some time, executives of Microsoft mentioned that was a possible situation. The sources of polygon claimed that Microsoft executives have come up with a decision that some sort of validity check would be needed on a regular basis but yet to decide on the time period in between the cheeks.
During the installation process, the Xbox One Game will involuntarily verify the game via a built-in encryption code along with the game disc. That particular verification compact with the game disc will then be verified periodically via the internet. If the game is sold or even installed and played to some other system, the validation would be no more in the previous machine until and unless the game CD has again brought back and used for revalidation procedure.
The reliable sources also claimed that they have no such plan to charge some extra from the game players for selling or reactivating a used game. Today in the morning, Larry Hryb mentioned something in his blog regarding the used games, but remained silent on fees. In his post, he mentioned from the official statement that “The capability of selling and racing games is crucial for the gamers as well as the Xbox. The Xbox One Game has been configured to sustain the selling and reusing process of games. Reports that are provided regarding trading and reusing strategies are inappropriate and incomplete. In the recent future, some more information will be revealed concerning this.” We have tried to reach towards Microsoft for additional comment and officers directed us towards the statements expressed by Hyrb.