More than 200 indie developers now creating games using ID@Xbox

Indie developers from around the world at ID@Xbox’s one-day development conference in Seattle last fall.

ID@Xbox was created to make it easy for independent game developers to bring their ideas to Xbox One, and the response to ID@Xbox continues to be amazing, with more than 200 developers so far using the developer kits, writes Chris Charla, director of ID@Xbox.

On Xbox Wire, he shares the names of many indie developers who are now underway creating games for Xbox One, and notes that the first ID@Xbox games are in certification now.

“Honestly when I look at this list, all I can say is ‘Wow,’” he writes. “It’s incredibly humbling to see so many fantastic studios there supporting Xbox One, from XBLIG and XBLA alumni like Ska Studios and Humble Hearts, to new studios like Glass Bottom Games and Heart Machine, and veterans including Robomodo, Zoë Mode and Playdead. We could not be more excited!”

To read Charla’s full post, head over to Xbox Wire.

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Suzanne Choney
Microsoft News Center Staff