Microsoft’s ID@Xbox program has gathered plenty of steam since its announcement, and now with the recent update that Xbox have provided to readers, we know that there are now over 200 developers who have joined this indie friendly movement within the platform.

Here is the list of recent developers who have signed up for ID@Xbox.

  • 4gency
  • A Crowd of Monster
  • Alientrap Games
  • The Behemoth
  • BetaDwarf
  • Big Ant Studios
  • Bloober Team
  • Blowfish Studios
  • Brain in a Jar
  • Brushfire Games
  • Cherry Pop Games Ltd
  • Codeglue
  • Code-Monkeys
  • Compulsion Games
  • Crunching Koalas
  • Deco Digital
  • Empty Clip Studios
  • Escalation Studios
  • EXOR Studios
  • FarSight Studios
  • Fatshark
  • Flix Interactive
  • Four Door Lemon Ltd
  • Frambosa
  • Frima
  • Glass Bottom Games
  • HB Studios
  • Headup Games
  • Heart Machine
  • Holmade Games
  • Humble Hearts LLC
  • I Fight Bears
  • Implausible Industries
  • Iridium Studios
  • iSquared Games Ltd
  • Larian Studios
  • Mediatonic
  • MeinMein
  • Mighty Rabbit Studios
  • Mimimi Productions
  • nDreams Ltd
  • NeocoreGames
  • No Goblin
  • n-Space
  • Piwot
  • Pixel Balloon
  • Playdead
  • Rebellion
  • Relentless Software
  • RetroCoders
  • Ripstone
  • Robomodo
  • Ska Studios
  • Smudged Cat Games Ltd
  • Snowrunner
  • Spry Fox
  • Tiny Castle Studios
  • Toxic Games
  • Vector Unit
  • Vertigo Games BV
  • VooFoo Studios
  • Warhorse Studios
  • WaterMelon
  • Xona Games
  • Zoë Mode

Some notable inclusions from this list are n-Space (Skylanders: Giants and Heroes of Ruin) Rebellion (Sniper Elite), Humble Hearts (Dust: An Elysian Tail),  Warhorse Studios (Kingdom Come: Deliverance), and The Behemoth (Castle Crashers and Battleblock Theater) but quite a lot of these developers are exceptionally talented and should provide excellent games for the Xbox One.

If you are not aware of this program, ID@Xbox provides independent developers the ability to publish games on the platform as well as plenty of tools for them to use at their disposal. This includes: two development kits, the same level of access as AAA games, and no fees for submitting/updating a patch to their Xbox One title. When we hear more on any other ID@Xbox developers, we will let you know!

Source: Xbox Wire

Chris Penwell
Chris Penwell is an editor who loves an engaging story and interesting combat within games. Previously writing for PlayStation Euphoria, Chris is a fan of most Sony Computer Entertainment titles including Uncharted, The Last of Us, and even White Knight Chronicles but he is open to all platforms. His ultimate goal is to go to E3 and interview the developers who have created the games he has loved throughout the 15 past years of his gaming experiences. His most anticipated games include Kingdom Hearts III, Beyond Good and Evil 2, The Division, Final Fantasy XV, and Destiny.

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