Warframe developer Digital Extremes said last week it would like to released its shooter on Xbox One, but it would depend on the firm’s indie publishing policy. OXM followed up its original chat with the firm after Microsoft announced self-publishing on the console, and VP of publishing Meridith Braun said the firm is “happy to see Microsoft shift its attitude” on independent development. “We’d be silly not to consider Warframe for Xbox One now. The system itself will be awesome and now the landscape of games that it supports has just become limitless. Exciting times.” Microsoft is expected to discuss these policies more during gamescom.
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