New Xbox One notification color-codes players by reputation

XBox Live Reputation systemIn an effort to keep gaming a social activity, Microsoft is introducing a new Reputation System that helps players know who to challenge and who to avoid. Coding players from green (good players) through to red (avoid me), Microsoft has been talking up the changes to how it polices the Xbox Live community since last July. As Micheal Dunn, Xbox Live Program Manager, explains in an accompanying blog post: "Gaming has always been a social activity, and for Xbox One we redesigned the Xbox Live community-powered reputation system from Xbox 360 to help better inform players about their behavior in the community." A such, if the new algorithm-powered system declares an Xbox One user a "Good Player" then you won't be penalized within the community and, in the future, if you retain your green status, Microsoft has plans to start offering rewards.

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