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Xbox has softened its indie parity clause, stressing that it understands if devs need to release their games on other platforms first.
Unreal Engine 4-based sci-fi horror game Caffeine is expanding its launch platforms beyond Windows PC.
A number of new indie games have been confirmed for Xbox One, including the successfully Kickstarted Wasteland 2.
Alongside Tomb Raider, Halo and Quantum Break on stage at Microsoft’s Gamescom 2014 press conference was a pixel-art title called The Escapists.
Team 17’s indie prison title The Escapists is going to be available as a boxed product for both PC and Xbox One.
26 of the games confirmed as coming first on console to Xbox One are named in a new video from Microsoft.
Microsoft has announced a slew of indie games coming first on console to Xbox platforms, including bizarre PC parody Goat Simulator.
Xbox One's latest update adds the ability to download a title's demo and subsequently unlock the full version of the game from the same file.
The next game from Limbo developers Playdead is leading Microsoft’s 2015 line-up.
It’s called Inside and is a stylish side-scrolling puzzle platformer, that looks to take place amidst some sort ...
While Microsoft is enjoying great success with its renewed Xbox One indie focus, the chances of its parity policy being rescinded look slim.
Microsoft has commented on the controversial parity clause that would force ID@Xbox partners to either launch their titles on Xbox One first, or simultaneously with any other formats.
Microsoft has revealed it has signed on several dozen new developers for Xbox One ID@Xbox program.
Microsoft has said it is willing to make exceptions to its platform exclusivity requirement on Xbox One.
The director of the ID@Xbox initiative has outlined the extensive number of partnerships Microsoft has forged with indie devs for the Xbox One.
Xbox One developers registered with Microsoft’s ID@Xbox program are entitled to the Unity Xbox One deployment add-on at no cost, Unity CEO David Helgason has revealed.
PlayStation has aggressively courted and attracted huge independent developer support in recent months, and even dedicated an entire Gamescom press conference to showcasing indie-made games.
Microsoft has announced its new indie games developer programme in a bid to win over small studios.