Single-player games haven't been in their best state during recent years, with many publishers making the shift to "games as a service" business models. With always-online experiences, post-launch content roadmaps and microtransactions all common practices on Xbox One, games as we know them are changing.
This movement has also signaled the "death" of single-player games, with many publishers abandoning previously successful franchises in pursuit of today's trends. One Xbox gamer on our forums has noticed but thinks this is just a period lacking compelling titles rather than single-player titles disappearing for good.
But as always, we want to hear your thoughts on the topic. Do you see single-player Xbox One games disappearing almost entirely in the years ahead? Or is this simply a passing trend? Drop into the forum thread linked below and share your thoughts with us.
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