Once a TV staple, music videos are now primarily housed on the internet, where easy access is key. With that philosophy in mind, we’re bringing that easy discoverability to your music viewing experience on Xbox One and introducing more than 92,000 music videos to Xbox Music.
Rock out to a new playlist, create a Radio stream based on your favourite artist or pick a random track from your collection with Xbox Music on Xbox One, and if the song has a music video, watch it play automatically in sharp HD on your TV.
The process is simple. Find your playlist, say “Xbox Play,” and watch the videos appear on screen. You don’t have to spend hours tracking down videos for each song – it’s all rolled into one easy step.
As always, we welcome your feedback and are continually working to improve the service all of the time. Log on to Xbox Music on Xbox One now and check out the new music videos today.
Whats this all about?
It begins. With Xbox One launched today, the reviews for Microsoft’s next generation console and launch titles are starting to roll in. Reviews for Land Ho!’s “Crimson Dragon” and Capcom Vancouver’s “Dead Rising 3” are already in the ether, and the reviews for the console have been positive so far.
This is the full list of Xbox One games available to date;
“Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag
“Call of Duty®: Ghosts”
“Dead Rising 3”
“Forza Motorsport 5”
“Just Dance 2014”
“LEGO® Marvel™ Super Heroes”
“Madden NFL 25”
“NBA LIVE 14”
“Need for Speed Rivals”
“Powerstar Golf ”
“Ryse: Son of Rome”
“Skylanders SWAP Force”
“Zumba Fitness World Party”