Xbox One goes World Cup crazy!

3 June 2014

We're days away from the 2014 FIFA World Cup and you'll be able to get your kicks through the Xbox One thanks to their new Brazil Now app.

From June 12th, the Brazil Now app gives fans personalised alerts for chosen teams and enhanced real-time stats and social functions for live matches.

So, if you don't want to miss anything, you can play your favourite game and the app will give you goal alerts, score updates and all that good stuff. These notifications will allow you to go directly to the app and get more details or watch the match live.

If you like that sort of thing, you can join in with interactive polls during the live matches. It is worth doing - users will receive cards to collect and unlock the latest team photos.

To watch live matches, you won't need an Xbox Live Gold membership but you will need "advanced TV hardware, broadband internet, and a subscription from an affiliated service provider", say Microsoft.

TOPICS:   Social Media   Gadgets

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