Xbox 360 update adds 2GB of cloud storage

Sky high.

A new update for the Xbox 360 - remember that? - has gone live, and it adds 2GB of cloud storage.


You can use cloud storage for game saves you want to bring with you to Xbox One for Xbox One compatible games.

Meanwhile, you can now connect your Xbox 360 to a network that requires a Terms of Use acceptance. These can be found in public venues such as hotels and hospitals.

And, usefully, when you receive an Xbox Live Marketplace code in a message you can redeem it by pressing Redeem Code.

Already announced features added in today's update include an activity feed, the ability to see what your friends are playing on Xbox One and Windows 10 from your Xbox 360, and Microsoft Movies & TV and Groove Music.

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