Microsoft eases Xbox Indie Game price regulations

Microsoft eases Xbox Indie Game price regulations

By Rob Crossley

May 22nd 2012 at 10:30AM

Developers can change XBLIG prices every seven days

Xbox Live Indie Games developers have been issued a new set of relaxed guidelines for pricing game content.

In a move that could stimulate more fluid trading, content creators can now alter the price of their games every seven days.

Previously, developers had to wait 90 days to offer new prices. Other pricing regulations remain unchanged, according to Gamasutra.

Titles below 150MB in size can cost as little as 80 Microsoft Points ($1), going up incrementally to 240 and 400 respectively.

Games sized between 150MB and 500MB can be priced at 240 or 400 Microsoft Points.