Those who are staying up to watch the royal wedding between Prince William and Kate Middleton (the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, respectively), as well as are avid video gamers in your own right, would be pleased to know that April 29th is also another significant date – as Xbox Live will be getting the Hulu Plus service today, but it will be free for just a week.
Of course, if you were to pick up this service normally, it will cost you $7.99 monthly, but courtesy of a sponsorship by Jack Link’s, this will be made free to the masses. This promotion will be made available to all Xbox Live subscribers who are of the Gold and Silver membership, but the moment the one week subscription is over, only Gold members will be allowed to stick to a subscription on a monthly basis.
Hulu Plus on Xbox will come with Kinect compatibility, letting you speak as well as wave your way through content from a variety of services such as ABC, Comedy Central, Fox, and NBC amongst others. As an Xbox 360 owner, are you excited about this free offer?RELATED
- Flixster App Launched On Xbox 360 With Support For UltraViolet Videos
- YouTube For iOS Gets Send To TV Feature With Xbox 360, PS3, Smart TV Support
- Xbox 360 Netflix App Unlocked This Weekend For Xbox Silver Members
- EPIX Coming To PS3 Q1 2013; PS Vita App Launching Spring 2013
- Angry Birds coming to Samsung Smart TVs this month
- Follow: hulu plus, xbox 360,
- Seen at: news.cnet