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To us, ID@Xbox is about providing a level playing field for all developers. So, we worked with Unity and we

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Awesome news :yes: Can't wait to see what people do with it.

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Can't wait till they open ID@Xbox to more developers. I guess I need to learn Unity...

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Can't wait till they open ID@Xbox to more developers. I guess I need to learn Unity...

 

When they finally do that'll be when you'll be able to turn your retail console into a developer unit, probably by downloading some custom update after you register.  They said 2014, probably summer or fall.  

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money saving for developers, will make porting to and from unity more easy and win-win for both; Unity and One

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When they finally do that'll be when you'll be able to turn your retail console into a developer unit, probably by downloading some custom update after you register.  They said 2014, probably summer or fall.  

Yea, I'm expecting that to come for next year's //build/ conference. I'm just gonna use the free Unity for Windows 8 store stuff (WinRT) to learn and port my XNA engine code over for my game so I can be ready.

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