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Microsoft Is Removing Xbox One DRM

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Apparently EB Australia gets it's grubby hands on 100 test machines at the October festival. I might go check it out.




This morning EB Games Australia announced via their twitter that Microsoft has permitted them to include approximately 100 interactive Xbox One consoles at their upcoming 2013 convention in Australia. The announcement came during last night’s PAX Australia presentation, and included live game play of the upcoming Xbox One titles Ryse: Son of Rome, Killer Instinct, and Battlefield 4.

As of now we are unsure as to what specific titles Microsoft will have available for play at the expo, as well as whether or not they will be demo versions. It’s safe to assume that at least two titles from their launch list will be available. Hopefully there will be something that shows off the versatility of the new Kinect 2.0

PAX Australia is still underway at the Melbourne Show grounds, and will run from July 19th – July 21st. The EB Games expo, where fans will finally have a chance to see what the Xbox One is capable of for them selves, will take place in Sydney from October 4th – October 6th.

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