We missed the matchmaking update last week because of E3 and the lack of the normal Halo Bulletin, so we decided to go over the changes. You can now play as mini Spartans in the Team Action Sack playlist. There are some other changes as well, but we’re here to talk about today’s Microsoft update to their DRM policy. The change includes pulling back on essentially everything that was said DRM related at the #XboxReveal removing things like your online game library, family and friends sharing with up to 10 people, instant access to your library of games from any Xbox one and the 24-hour check in. Games will be able to be bought, sold and traded as it currently stands today with the added bonus of no region enforcement of discs. Throughout the day, websites started hinting at this press release and it finally came to fruition, however, there are mixed views about whether this was the right move on Microsoft’s part, as adequately summed up over at Gizmodo. What’s your opinion? Shoutouts to Drax from Ready Up Live and HaloFanForLife (HaloFanForLife.com) for joining the discussion. Enjoy
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