After some trying times for Microsoft's Xbox One, the company has decided to reverse its stance on DRM and always-online connectivity, though at the expense of some actual good features.
After weeks of defending the Xbox One's mandatory online check-ins and DRM policies, rumors are swirling Microsoft might just reverse course to gain back favor with the gaming public.
A lot of attention over the last few weeks has been focused on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, with the Nintendo Wii U making a few waves here and there. Reggie Fils-Aime, president of Nintendo of America, has been paying attention, too, but he's not worried about Sony and Microsoft at the moment.
What is a gaming console without a handful of accessories to help augment one's gaming experience, right? To that end, Microsoft has unveiled images of the Xbox One's Chat Headset and Play & Charge Kit.