Microsoft, Sony, and Nintendo will force game developers to disclose loot box odds
While the debate over whether loot boxes constitute gambling or not rages on, the largest console makers are taking matters into their own hands.
Microsoft, Sony, and Nintendo have all decided to force game developers which use loot boxes to disclose the odds of winning items.
The announcement was made following an FTC workshop on loot boxes. During the workshop, the Entertainment Software Association (ESA) – which represents all three console makers – announced their plans.