Would Microsoft Spring a Trap Card on Sony by Blocking Used Game Sales?
New leaks have lead to another round of rampant speculation about whether or not Microsoft will indeed end up restricting or outright eliminating used games on their console. The new evidence suggests that the "Durango," as it's currently called, will require an installation of a game to the hard disk and won't even have optical drive support. Also worrying is an "always connected" descriptor that some are interpreting as evidence for some sort of always on DRM. With Microsoft giving everyone a firm "no comment," we're left to speculate that this could be the first console to actually do away with used games, as Sony has stated the PS4 will continue to play them.