Microsoft listens to gamers, backs off Xbox One restrictions

Microsoft has changed its digital-rights-management policies that required a once-a-day connection to the Internet and put restrictions on used games sales for the Xbox One console after facing heavy opposition from gamers. On the flip side, Sony's DRM policies have been well received by gamers, which has helped boosts prelaunch sales of the PS4.

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