If you’ve ever been locked out of a computer game, you’re in for a treat when Microsoft finally launches its Xbox 360 game console.
The new console will be available in select markets, including the U.S., Canada and Australia, starting Friday.
The console will include new features like streaming music, video chat, game streaming and more.
It’s an all-new experience, and it’s a lot more fun to play than it was to watch on the old Xbox.
The Xbox 360 is Microsoft’s answer to the Wii, and its predecessor, the Xbox.
It comes with a few basic upgrades, such as a USB-C port and wireless controllers that can be attached to the console for use with Windows 10 PCs and mobile devices.
The game streaming functionality is available on the new console, but it’s not available on old Xbox 360s.
But you can still stream Xbox games on your PC or Xbox 360 if you want to.
The PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3 and Nintendo Switch are also on the Xbox One, and those devices can also stream games.
The next big update to the Xbox platform is the Xbox Play Anywhere service, which is designed to stream video games on the home network.
This means you can stream games, movies, TV shows and music from your smartphone, tablet or other devices.
Microsoft will sell Xbox Play anywhere for $99.99 a year, and you’ll get a free copy of the new Xbox game console and a free month of Xbox Live Gold membership.
The company also says it’s expanding the Xbox Live Arcade service to Canada.
The service was created to give Xbox Live members access to the new gaming platform.
The launch date for the new games is set for Oct. 18, 2018.
But the launch is still a bit of a surprise.
For years, the console was available only in Canada, with the U