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Microsoft has announced the first 25 games that will be released for the Xbox One as part of the self-published ID@Xbox program, with the first titles to be released "in the coming weeks."
An independent games studio has praised the Xbox One, calling it "the most appealing console platform" to develop for, adding that "diving into the Xbox One universe has been super easy" for them.
Microsoft has announced the first 32 independent developers approved to its ID@Xbox self-publishing program for Xbox One, though the program will eventually be open to all independent developers.
Microsoft announced today that it will offer the Unity game engine and tools for free to the people and groups who are signed up for the Xbox One's ID@Xbox indie game development program.