The next high-spec consoles will debut soon next year but not everyone is pleased as they should. Some of you may or may not be aware of future plans which will be established for the next-gen consoles of both Microsoft and Sony.
Microsoft's "Durando" project and Sony's "Orbis" will have implemented software that will restrict disc sharing with other systems, according to Kotaku. Discs will be registered specifically towards one account, this will be established to combat anti-used game sharing and piracy. People can still sell or buy used games, however they would need to pay a fee to unlock from the previous owner registered.
It has also been noted that "Orbis" will not offer playback compatibility for their PS3 library games.
It's unclear how the video-game industrial will shape up next year. But there have been numerous responses from gamers already deciding to switch PC platform.