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Xbox Live Fall Update: All about streaming in 2010

September 30, 2021 | Maddy Rowe

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Xbox Live Fall Update: All about streaming in 2010

News has been announced today from Microsoft, that the “Xbox LIVE Fall Update” can be obtained by November 4. Included in this will be ESPN, Netflix Search and Zune Music. The timing could not be better, as it falls in line with the release of the new Xbox Kinect console coming out in stores on November 10.

According to Blake Robinson at Mashable, you will need an “Xbox LIVE Gold subscription” to access ESPN, in order to gain sports coverage. This could include: The option to access more than 3,500 sporting events per year be it from, Major League Baseball, soccer or Basketball games. Fans will get the opportunity to check up-to-date scores from other sporting events, without the worry of missing a crucial match point with the game they are watching.

ESPN is a good way of connecting up to at least seven of your friends who may also be watching the game. Viewers will be able to listen to music through their Xbox 360 with the aid of “Zune Pass”. A cost of $15 per month, will give you unlimited music streaming and DRM-infused downloads.

Do you have an Xbox LIVE Gold subscription? Will you be tempted to get ESPN? Give us your comments. To check out the other advantages to this log onto Mashable

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  1. Bob says:

    None of the news have anything on one of the most important additions. The new codec for voice chatting. Is it still going to be included or not?

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