The Xbox One is failing, developers and publishers are turning away from the console because of flagging sales compared ot the PS4 which has massively outsold Microsoft's console by a ratio of 3-1 Since the release of the Xbox one which cost over $2.1 billion to market and launch the console has racked up losses totaling $400 million. When you look back at the original marketing of the Xbox One its little wonder that the PS4 with its clever counter marketing was first out of the traps with a massive head start. I do not need to go on about the DRM policies and the always on connection which angered Xbox fans so much that Microsoft were forced to reverse the policies, something which Sony took full advantage of when marketing the PS4. Pushed as an 'All In One' media center the Xbox One started to alienate gamers and make them start looking at the PS4 which at the time was being marketed as quite simply a 'Games Console'. With slogans like '4thegamers' and no mention of DRM or always on connection and a $100 lower price tag it was fast becoming a no brainer for most gamers which is now reflecting in the sales. What can save the Xbox One? Well the Xbox team have tried many things such as dropping the mandatory Kinect which not only freed up 10% of valuable resources for game developers to utilize but also reduced the price of the Xbox One. We can state the obvious and say well the Xbox One needs games, it needs exclusive titles that will pull the gamers back to the Xbox One, but with flagging sales getting decent exclusives is going to prove difficult for Microsoft. Crytek have already ported Ryse: Son Of Rome, the flagship game for the Xbox One over to PC due to flagging sales and Dead Rising is another EX-clusive title that will also be ported to PC. Could mods save the Xbox One? I'm not talking about an RGH or Jtag style exploit here, I am talking about a form of Xbox Live which would allow modder's to play online. Developers would be able to release mods with their games which can be played on special live service. Do you think this would attract more gamers to play on the Xbox One if they had mods at their disposal or is this something you think would never work?