Microsoft is developing a new avenue to develop games for Xbox One called the Xbox Live Creator's Club.
It looks similar in some respects to Xbox Live Indie Games (Indie Xbox 360 games developed via XNA). I had a great time with XNA and Xbox Live Indie Games. It looks to me like in some ways a continuation of the spirit behind Xbox Live Indie Games. If you are interested in publishing on the Xbox One and are unsure about using ID@XBOX, I would highly recommend checking it out.
Xbox Live Creator's Club is currently in preview mode, so you have to go through a special application process to get in while they are starting to roll it out. If you get in early though perhaps you could be one of the first games published via the new system which would be awesome. If you apply now, worst thing that happens is they tell you to wait until it is fully unveiled.
Xbox Live will soon be open to all developers via the Xbox Live Creators Program – no concept approval required! You will be able to rapidly publish your game to Xbox One or Windows 10 through a short and simplified certification process.
Integrate Xbox Live social experiences such as sign-in, presence, leaderboards, and more into your title, with minimal development time. Xbox Live social features are designed to organically grow your audience, spreading awareness to over 55 million active gamers. The full set of Xbox Live capabilities is available via the ID@Xbox program and a table comparing the features is below.
Using tools you already use, and your existing Xbox One retail console, you can easily create or leverage existing code to develop your title. Supported game engines include Construct 2, MonoGame, Unity, and Xenko. We anticipate more game engines and tools to support Xbox Live Creators Program over time. Please check with your preferred game engine for their support of the Creators Program.
On Xbox One, which offers gamers a curated store experience, games published through the Xbox Live Creators Program will be available in the new, "Creator games section" within the store. On Windows 10 PC, games in Xbox Live Creators Program will be visible with the other games in the Windows Store.