Microsoft has announced that at the beginning of December, Xbox 360 consoles will get updated via the Xbox Live Service. The new update will include a redesigned user interface, expanded voice control and new customised applications.
On December 6th, a brand new entertainment experience will debut on Xbox 360 through a significant Xbox LIVE service update, free to all console owners. The update will bring a newly designed user interface (dashboard), expanded voice control with Kinect, and the first group of new entertainment custom applications.
Console owners around the world will feel like they have a new Xbox. The new dashboard is built from the ground up to take full advantage of voice control. Users will be able to effortlessly navigate through their favorite entertainment on Xbox 360 using voice or gestures with Kinect for Xbox 360.
Speaking of entertainment, starting on December 6th and continuing on an ongoing basis through the holiday months, a wealth of new content will be coming to Xbox 360. New, customized applications for television, movies, internet videos, sports and music will begin rolling out from world-leading providers in more than 20 countries.
Also, brand new personal and social features including Cloud Storage for Game Saves and LIVE Profile, Beacons and Facebook Sharing will launch with the December 6 update, along with enhanced Family Settings.
From game lovers to movie buffs, to music junkies and sports fans, even more of your favourite entertainment content will come together on Xbox LIVE starting December 6th.
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