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Xbox One Multiplayer, Friends, Reputation And More

Microsoft has released a dual set of videos thoroughly investigating Xbox One’s Xbox Live functionality. A redesigned friends and reputation system are at the core of the redesigned Xbox One multiplayer experience. Thanks to Xbox One’s Twitter-esque friends list, you can now follow individuals without actually friending them and vice-versa; of course this is all subject to privacy settings. The reputation system will be a reflection of what the Xbox Live community thinks of your behavior. “You reap what you sow”; remember that old quote? Pretty much, if you act like an a**hole online chances are you’re gonna be paired up with even more of them. Checkout the briefing below for the lowdown on the new Xbox Live.


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Brandon Brown

Brandon Brown

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