Thousands of spots available
Microsoft is opening up a bunch of new Xbox 360 online features, like live ESPN sports coverage, Zune music streaming, and a brand new interface. People who sign up quickly can get access to the limited preview.
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Posting on his official Xbox blog, Microsoft's Larry Hryb announced the following features will be available in this preview:
- Xbox 360 ESPN integration
- Zune music
- New Netflix searching
- Brand new Xbox Live dashboard
- Zune video updates
- Family Settings updates
Gamers can go to this website to fill out a survey, link their Gamertag, and receive immediate notification if everything checks out and they made the cut-off point.
Hryb posted the details this afternoon and said he'll "updated [sic] this post if the program fills up." So far tonight, he hasn't updated it.
These new features were all announced around E3 time, with the ESPN feature dominating a big chunk of Microsoft's media event before the show. There's no word on when this huge update will be available to the general masses, but if you get your name in quickly enough you won't have to worry about that.
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Hryb said the number of participants Microsoft is looking for is "multiple thousands."