Netflix 360 partnerhsip confirmed

By Patrick Garratt, Monday, 14 July 2008 19:26 GMT

Microsoft just confirmed that it is to partner with Netflix exclusively for 360.

The service will be provided at no extra cost to the Xbox Live subscription, gamers were assured, giving access to thousands of films and TV shows.

All video content will be viewable by other Avatars in parties. Which is kind of cool.

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