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Xbox One indie presence getting stronger, new games at GDC

by Bill Hess


Microsoft’s indie self-publishing initiative for the Xbox One is getting stronger. Today the company published a list of the most recently added developers to ID@Xbox program. Over 200 strong, Microsoft’s change in policies for game makers has obviously been a major factor in seeing this list swell in size over the last few months.

In the release, Microsoft noted that the first games from their indie program are in certification.

“The first ID@Xbox games are in certification now and, as always, we continue to look for ways to improve the creation process for our ID@Xbox partners with new processes and tools,” reads a post on the Xbox Wire.

You can find the new list of developers at link above. Phil Spencer also revealed that Microsoft plans to unveil new indie titles coming to Xbox One at the upcoming Game Developers Conference in March.

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