Microsoft's Xbox One self-publishing indie program ID&Xbox continues to grow. The company today named 65 new members to group, including the likes of Tony Hawk developer Robomodo, Castle Crashers creator The Behemoth, and Limbo developer Playdead.
"Honestly, when I look at this list, all I can say is 'wow.' It's incredibly humbling to see so many fantastic studios there supporting Xbox One," Charla said.
No ID@Xbox games have been released yet for Xbox One, but Charla said the first titles to launch through the program are currently going through certification. Charla also teased that Microsoft continues to look for new ways to "improve the creation process" for ID@Xbox members with new processes and tools. Updates on both fronts will come soon.
Microsoft's long-term goal is enable every Xbox One console to be used as a development kit, the company has said previously. Charla's comments today certainly sound like he's teasing news about when this functionality might become available.
Below is a list of the 65 developers joining the ID@Xbox program today.