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    A few days ago, we learned that Microsoft will now allow Xbox developers to connect their games to networks outside of Xbox Live and Windows 10.
    Rocket League will be among the first to benefit, joining the Xbox One version of the frenetic soccer cars hybrid to users of the PC version massively expanding the matchmaking pool in the process.

    Microsoft effectively invited Sony and its PlayStation Network to join the party, and now the Xbox's chief rival has responded, appearing open to the idea.

    Full story from the WindowsCentral blog...
    03-16-2016 08:42 AM

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