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Today, we are sharing more details on our plans to make online multiplayer in free-to-play games available on Xbox without an Xbox Live Gold membership. As part of listening to your feedback, this change will take place starting today, and all Xbox players will be able to access online multiplayer at no charge for a library of over 50 free-to-play games that support online multiplayer.
The full list of more than 50 free-to-play games is available on Xbox.com and below; the Xbox.com list will be updated as more free-to-play games launch. For more information about these changes and your Xbox membership options, please visit our FAQ.
Second-quarter financial results announced by Microsoft show that Xbox has sold 5.0 million consoles life-to-date in Europe up to 31st December 2004. A steady stream of fantastic-value offers at retail throughout the year, the limited edition Crystal Console, Xbox Live consistently setting new standards for online gaming and blockbuster titles like Halo 2 (Microsoft Game Studios), Fable (Lionhead Studios) and FIFA Football 2005 (EA SPORTS) made Xbox an irresistible choice for gamers in Europe.
Xbox Live is the first comprehensive, online game service fully dedicated to fast-action broadband gaming experiences. Xbox Live allows gamers to play multiplayer Xbox games with other gamers everywhere via a broadband Internet connection. With a built-in hard drive and Ethernet port, the Xbox console was built from the ground up to be an online gaming system so there's no need to buy additional peripherals. Xbox Live enables all gamers to find and play with their friends easily; talk to other players during game play through the Xbox Communicator headset; and download current statistics, new levels and characters to their Xbox hard drive.
London - 8 October 2004 - Xbox, the video game system from Microsoft, today announced that on sale from the 21st October, will be the limited edition EA SPORTSTM FIFA Football 2005 Xbox Live Starter Kit which will include a full copy of the game, an Xbox Live Voice Communicator and a twelve months subscription to Xbox Live for the recommended retail price of 59.99.
There is also another way to find out what it's like to be a part of the growing Xbox Live community - with no obligation to purchase a subscription. Anyone with an Xbox and broadband internet connection can trial the online gaming service absolutely free for two months by purchasing one of a selection of 1st and 3rd party titles including; Halo 2, EA SPORTSTM FIFA Football 2005, and many, many more. Just ask in store for details or look for the trial card sticker on the cover of the games.
Electronic Arts, headquartered in Redwood City , California, is the world's leading interactive entertainment software company. Founded in 1982, EA posted revenues of $2.96 billion for fiscal 2004. The company develops, publishes, and distributes interactive software worldwide for video game systems, personal computers and the Internet. In 2003, EA had 27 titles that sold more than one million copies. Electronic Arts markets its products under three brand names: EA SPORTSTM, EA GAMESTM and EA SPORTS BIGTM. EA's homepage and online game site is www.ea.com. More information about EA's products and full text of press releases can be found on the Internet at
Xbox Live is the first comprehensive, online game service fully dedicated to fast-action broadband gaming experiences. Xbox Live allows gamers to play multiplayer Xbox games with other gamers everywhere via a broadband Internet connection. With a built-in hard drive and Ethernet port, the Xbox console was built from the ground up to be an online gaming system so there's no need to buy additional peripherals.
Xbox Live enables all gamers to find and play with their friends easily; talk to other players during game play through the Xbox Communicator headset; and download current statistics, new levels and characters to their Xbox hard drive; and play online.
Whether you're on a PlayStation 4, Xbox One, or Windows PC, you'll be able to download and install the game from May 4-7. Any progress you make will of course carry over should you decide to buy the game.
You can even get a head start on your free access progress thanks to The Division's existing trial program. Currently, anyone can download the game for free and play the full game until their character hits Level 8 or they put in six hours of playing time.
Along with the free weekend, Ubisoft will also be running a sale on The Division. You'll be able to pick the standard version of the game on PS4 and Xbox One for $19.99 until May 15. The PC version is also on sale, for $5 more, until May 7.
Adam Rosenberg is a Senior Games Reporter for Mashable, where he plays all the games. Every single one. From AAA blockbusters to indie darlings to mobile favorites and browser-based oddities, he consumes as much as he can, whenever he can.Adam brings more than a decade of experience working in the space to the Mashable Games team. He previously headed up all games coverage at Digital Trends, and prior to that was a long-time, full-time freelancer, writing for a diverse lineup of outlets that includes Rolling Stone, MTV, G4, Joystiq, IGN, Official Xbox Magazine, EGM, 1UP, UGO and others.Born and raised in the beautiful suburbs of New York, Adam has spent his life in and around the city. He's a New York University graduate with a double major in Journalism and Cinema Studios. He's also a certified audio engineer. Currently, Adam resides in Crown Heights with his dog and his partner's two cats. He's a lover of fine food, adorable animals, video games, all things geeky and shiny gadgets.
This term refers to forms of exploitative systems existing in video games containing microtransactions, such as secretly modifying the winning percentage of the lottery system, high imbalance between top-up players and free players, or releasing premium items that require large quantities of top-ups.
A term that either refers to a game being free of charge to download and play, or a classification of gamers who do not spend money on microtransactions whatsoever, often playing games without the microtransaction experience and/or purchasing only the base game. Analogous to Pin Min Wan Jia.
With respect to the growth of Individualist ideologies in China, adults who decided to top up for games are usually respected and unbothered given that it is a free and personal choice. Nevertheless, payers below the age of majority face several risks when consuming microtransactions. With the growing pervasiveness of microtransactions especially among the general public, news stories and headlines describing Chinese youths misappropriating their parent's credit card to Top-Up in game are now commonplace. Said youths who indulge themselves in game tend to be financially dependent on their parents, having a lack of self-control and a basic understanding about the importance of financial management. As such, they lack awareness pf the consequences when they decide to Top-Up in games, and so they would dump a stunning amount of money into the games without remorse. For instance, in 2016, an 11-year-old in China stole his mother's credit card and spent 100,000 Yuan (11,400) on online games in just one month. The boy and his mother were spending their summer holidays in Shenzhen from July to August when the boy spent large sums of money on mobile phone games.