No we don't know but considering they are going to put this system into place for used games it's not a stretch to assume they are going to do it for rentals as well.
I don't know how to run a business but they get paid for the original sale, if they can't recoup their $150m budget for a game then maybe it's time to downscale things a bit.
What part of what I am saying is defending the PS4?
For all I know PS4 is going to have exact same system in place and I haven't even mentioned PS4 in this topic.
No one is crying either, I am passionate about technology and I like discussing it with like minded people, what I get p*ssed off at is people "crying" because I am speaking bad about their favourite console.
My avatar and sig are ironic, I get accused of being a Sony fanboy or like yourself accusing me of being paid by Sony to trash Microsoft I might as well go all out and don myself with appropriate avatar and signature.
Not sure what scare tactics, propoganda and ignorance I am displaying, I am just using the words Microsoft have put out into the press to discuss the subject.
You are the one getting your panties in a twist because I seemingly am championing one over the other.
Charging for used games isn't going to combat piracy. Pirates are still going to find ways around the restrictions.
I don't care if you talk bad about Xbone. I care because you are ranting and raving and you don't have all the facts. All you have are assumptions.
You are jumping to conclusions because they support your hate. That is not rational.
If you care about technology, you will look at all of the FACTS and decide. E3 is the big show and Microsoft will be telling things up to the very launch of the box. We will not know everything until the full launch. We can know most things by E3.