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Xbox One Digital Titles Will Allow You To Download While You Play

Posted on Tuesday, July 16 @ 11:19:15 PST by Alex_Osborn

Just like the PlayStation 4, Microsoft's gaming console will allow you to play digital titles while you're downloading them. This news was confirmed to Polygon by a company representative.

You may recall a similar announcement when the Xbox One was first unveiled, but Microsoft was only speaking in regards to the ability to simultaneous install a disc-based game while you play. Now we know the same benefit applies to digital titles as well.

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