Microsoft has confirmed that it's listening to all the complaints regarding the Xbox One next-gen console and its confusing used games mechanic, as the company is working on a few things to address the negative feedback.
The Xbox One was revealed last week and, instead of bringing clarity amidst a sea of rumors, Microsoft made things even murkier in regards to the Xbox One's method of dealing with used (pre-owned) games.
Now, after hearing a few official statements from various Microsoft executives that promised more details soon, Xbox Live Community Manager Larry Hryb wrote on his blog that the company is fully aware of the anti-DRM and pro used gaming campaigns that are happening online.
"We’re fully aware of what is going on. I am also working on a few things to address it. I can’t say much more right now. But we are listening."
Microsoft executives have also emphasized that the company is monitoring all feedback regarding the Xbox One, but it seems that no details will be shared until E3 2013 next month.