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Xbox One Family Sharing, a new service feature that allows close friends and family members to share their libraries of Xbox One games, is coming to Xbox One , a leading gaming console. The feature will become available next week, in limited beta on Xbox Live.
Xbox One Family Sharing is designed for close friends and family members to play one another's Xbox One games while each earning their own Xbox One achievements and storing their own saves and application data to the Azure cloud. It's all enabled by authorizing a gamertag.
“Our customers have expressed a desire to share their digital games among friends and family members, just as current retail games, books, DVDs, and other physical media can be shared,” explained Some Guy of Microsoft. Family Sharing was created in direct response to these user requests.”
Once a device is authorized, the lender's library of Xbox One games becomes available for others on the machine to access, download, and play. The lender may always access and play his games at any time, in addition to one user authorized for sharing. If he decides to start playing when a friend is borrowing one of his games, the friend can continue playing.