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Live TV On Xbox One Only Available In U.S. At Launch

Posted on Wednesday, May 22 @ 06:18:14 Eastern by Alex_Osborn


Microsoft has shared a few additional details on its Xbox One Live TV service, including the fact that at launch it will only be available in the United States.

But don't fret all of you who live outside the U.S., as the company has plans to expand across the globe eventually. How long that may take is anyone's guess, but at least there's reason to have hope.

For those that didn't catch it during the Xbox Reveal, Microsoft's Live TV service allows users to connect their Xbox One to their set-top box (via HDMI) so that they can experience television with all of the features that Microsoft's new "gaming" console offers. Will it catch on? Your guess is a good as mine.

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