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First Batch of Devs for ID@Xbox Announced
Filed under: XBOX ONE

ID@Xbox is Microsoft's self-publishing program for independent developers. It's their way to show some love for the indie devs out there and give them a unique opportunity to self-publish their games directly to the Xbox Game Store without a ton of red tape (there's still some, just not as much). Microsoft has plans to turn every Xbox into a dev kit for aspiring game developers, so it's possible that a "regular gamer" will be able to self-publish his or her own very first video game to the service.

The following is Microsoft's first batch of approved indie developers for this program.

  • Inis
  • Comcept
  • Vlambeer
  • Double Eleven
  • Born Ready
  • Crytek
  • Happion Labs
  • Definition 6
  • Team17
  • Panic Button
  • Double Fine
  • Drinkbox
  • Team Colorblind
  • Signal Studios
  • Zen Studios
  • Bongfish
  • Halfbrick
  • NinjaBee
  • Zeboyd Games
  • Nicalis
  • The Men Who Wear Hats
  • Capybara Games
  • Behavior
  • Gaijin Games
  • Hidden Path
  • The Odd Gentlemen
  • WayForward
  • Other Ocean
  • Jackbox Games
  • Iron Galaxy
  • Demiurge

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Dean_Demon Dec 05 2013, 06:25 am EST
This is the reason why we have dev kits, had mine for months for PS4. Sounds like MS are turning the XB1 into greenlight.
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