Not all of us can afford to pay $60 for every 5-10 hour long video game we want to play. (The ever diminishing amount of playtime is appallingly, but not at point here.) Instead of buying these games outright, many of us either wait for them to drop in price and buy used, or rent them from places like Redbox for $2 a night.
However, that might not be so easy to accomplish in the near future. There are a lot of concerns about whether or not used games are even going to be playable on the Xbox One and PS4. Redbox has decided to take a little more proactive approach to the issue by creating GamingFuture.net.
GamingFuture.net is a website created by Redbox that asks people to voice their concerns on the future of gaming while providing links to the latest news topics on the subject of next gen gaming and renting/buying used games. As of the time this was written, the site had garnered more than 3,600 comments in the last couple of days since it’s been up.
In the next few days during E3, we’re sure to hear more about the topic from both Microsoft and Sony as they talk more about their next gen systems. Feel free to check out Redbox’s website, or save the trip and voice your own opinions here. The choice is yours.
Source – Engadget