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Rumor: Microsoft Considering Digital Game Resale Program

Posted on Wednesday, August 28 @ 13:56:29 Eastern by Alex_Osborn


Word around the interwebs is that Microsoft is currently looking into creating a marketplace where gamers can resell games they've purchased digitally.

This rumor comes from a post on NeoGAF, which details an alleged survey that points to a virtual game store on the Xbox One that will allow gamers to buy and sell their digital games with each other. According to the post, it also appears that one would need an Xbox Live Gold account to take advantage of this digital marketplace. No surprise there.

Microsoft has yet to confirm the validity of this news so keep that in mind. That said, would a digital marketplace be something you'd like to take part in? Could it end up being Microsoft's ace in the hole? Sound off with your thoughts in the comments below.

[NeoGAF, via IGN]


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