Xbox Live is now Xbox Network — what you need to know


Microsoft is rolling out a rebrand of its Xbox Live service to ‘Xbox network’. The move is intended to differentiate the online infrastructure from the paid Xbox Live Gold membership. Nothing is changing for gamers, although there are impending improvements in the works. 

Historically, Xbox Live has referred to Microsoft’s online service for its consoles as a whole, with the tiered membership denoting whether players were paying for online play, or just getting the free benefits available. Xbox Live Gold allows players to play online multiplayer, as well as enjoy a selection of free-to-play games.

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