Xbox One fans have a lot to be excited for especially this weekend. Microsoft has added a beam streaming to their video game console. Moreover, "WWE 2K17" is free to play this weekend on Xbox One.
Xbox One's Beam Streaming
Microsoft's major update on Xbox One has something to do with talking and playing online. Players will now be able to live stream their video game sessions with other players through a gaming broadcasting service called Beam Streaming.
According to Fortune, Beam Streaming is built right into the Xbox One. That means that players do not have to load another app to play before playing and broadcasting their game sessions.
Microsoft Xbox One's major rival is Amazon's Twitch streaming service. It can chat and blast aliens with each other while playing games. Twitch is currently leading in the live video game streaming market.
Microsoft is reportedly talking to third-party developers for the Beam Streaming. The Xbox One new feature may come to market later this year.
"WWE 2K17" Free To Play On Xbox One This Weekend
Microsoft has announced that starting today until Monday, April 3, "WWE 2K17" is free to play on Xbox One for the Live Gold members according to Game Spot. That means players who like wrestling games can play at no cost, beyond the subscription for the Xbox Live Gold, of course.
All Gamerscore and Achievements will be carried forward to the full game if the player decides to buy it. "WWE 2K17" free download should show up on the Xbox One dashboard. Players can also download the game directly from the Xbox Store.
"WWE 2K17" is selling for half the price now at $30. Microsoft Free Play Days have included "NBA 2K17" and "Rocket League" in the past. Stay tuned to Enstarz for the latest update on Xbox One.