Microsoft is letting Xbox 360 users test the new Xbox Live service and dashboard

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With the Xbox One release approaching, Microsoft is slowing making the transition to the new Xbox Live service by letting Xbox 360 users to enter to a beta program to test the new Xbox Live service and dashboard, which promise to bring better performance and it will introduce the use of local currency instead of the confusing Microsoft Points.

According to a new article from Larry Hryb, users will be able to sign up for the new Xbox 360 dashboard update from the console’s Home hub starting today. So, if you’re reading this now, turn-on your game console right-away and sign up, as the sits are limited.

Also as a requirement the software giant is asking all interested individuals to agree to a non-disclosure agreement to ensure that intellectual property doesn’t get into the web before its official release.

Use this link to read all the FAQs about signing up to the Xbox 360 beta program.

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