Xbox One self-published indie games start appearing in the store


Microsoft unveiled its Xbox Live Creators Program earlier this year, designed to let indies self-publish games to the Xbox One Store. Xbox testers in the Alpha Ring are now starting to get access to a small selection of titles that are self-published in the Xbox marketplace. Windows Central reports that six indie games are available in a separate “Creators Collection” inside the store. Three titles are paid, and the others are free to download and install.

The Creators Program is still in preview, and indie developers are able to use retail Xbox One units to create and publish games. Games created in the program, which will cost developers at least $20 to join, must be Universal Windows Apps, so that they can run on Windows 10 PCs too….

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