June 20, 2013
Microsoft is set to release its next-generation gaming console, the Xbox One, next year. Naturally, it's been met with a great deal of hype from gamers of all ages, but one key demographic was displeased with some features of the console: active military.
The Xbox One features some very advanced online capabilities, which thrilled the majority of consumers, but it was also revealed that the console would need to connect to the Internet at least once per day in order to properly function. Those soldiers stationed in locations where Internet access is rare, if available at all, were disappointed to find that they were being frozen out, reports Military Times.
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