Microsoft has shared details of what streaming apps will be available on Xbox Series X and S on launch day, November 10. Given the backward compatibility with Xbox One games, it’s no surprise that this also applies to apps – all of the entertainment currently on the current generation system will work on the new consoles.
The list consists of many items, including:
- HBO Max;
- YouTube TV;
- Amazon Prime Video;
- NBC Peacock;
- Sky Go;
- NOW TV;
- Sky Ticket.
It is noteworthy that on November 10, the Apple TV application will appear on Xbox consoles, which will provide access to thousands of TV shows and films. It is known that there will be television shows such as Mystical Quest: The Crow’s Feast, Ted Lasso, Morning Show, See, Servant and Tehran. In addition, Showtime, CBS All Access and AMC + channels can be subscribed to in the Apple TV app.
Recall that the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S have support for HDR, Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos, which allows you to watch movies and TV shows the way the filmmakers intended with the right TV. This video content format is supported by Netflix and Vudu.
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