It has been almost a decade since the Xbox 360 released in the market, it’s still going strong and Microsoft is yet to drop support for its most successful console.
Developers are also happy to release their games on it, in addition to its successor, the Xbox One. One example is the highly awaited Rise of the Tomb Raider.
Multi-platform games such as Call of Duty, MGS V and more are also being released on Xbox 360. From the looks of it, it will take another 2-3 years for major franchises to completing ditch Xbox 360; and will take even longer for Microsoft to fully move on to Xbox One.
However, when everyone does say goodbye to Xbox 360, will the console be unlocked? It’s a very interesting question, one that was asked to Phil Spencer by a fan on Twitter.
Phil Spencer replied to the Tweet and said that he doesn’t have an official answer, but Microsoft should detail its plans.
@chmarrwalcott This is a good question and one we need to think more about. I don't have official answer yet but we need to state our plan.
— Phil Spencer (@XboxP3) July 27, 2015
Do you think Microsoft should unlock Xbox 360 after support ends?