Xbox Stay formally rebranded to Xbox community • Eurogamer.internet


To tell apart from it Xbox Stay Gold.

Microsoft is renaming Xbox Stay, its underlying on-line multiplayer and digital media supply service, to ‘Xbox community’, a transfer it says will assist distinguish it from Xbox Stay Gold.

The identify Xbox Stay has been in use for the reason that service’s debut alongside the unique Xbox in 2002. Nonetheless, hints of an imminent rebranding – one which Microsoft denied on the time – emerged final August when the identify was dropped from its up to date Companies Settlement in favour of ‘Xbox on-line service’.

Now although, with customers noticing the removing of the Xbox Stay moniker in Microsoft’s current Xbox dashboard beta, the corporate has made the rebranding to ‘Xbox community’ official.

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“‘Xbox community’ refers back to the underlying Xbox on-line service, which was up to date within the Microsoft Companies Settlement,” a Microsoft spokesperson informed The Verge in an announcement.

“The replace from ‘Xbox Stay’ to ‘Xbox community’ is meant to tell apart the underlying service from Xbox Stay Gold memberships”, it continued.

Xbox Stay Gold made headlines initially of the 12 months when Microsoft introduced a worth hike for the subscription service.

The transfer was closely criticised, coming because it did amid a pandemic and a worldwide monetary disaster, and the choice was rapidly reversed, with Microsoft additionally saying it might lastly make free-to-play video games playable and not using a subscription on Xbox.

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