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Monday, 10 June 2013 21:35

Xbox Live to ditch points, switching to real currency

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Two free games for Xbox Live Gold members

During the E3 Expo press conference, Microsoft has announced that its will ditch Microsoft Points in favor of real and local currency and that Xbox Live Gold members will be getting two free games per month.

It appears that even Microsoft got tired of translating cash into Microsoft Points and will finally switch to real currency. Of course, it will be based on local currencies. Microsoft also announced that Xbox Live Gold members will be getting two free games per month.

As revealed earlier, Microsoft also noted that a single Gold account can be shared among family members.

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