The beta for Redbox Instant was launched this past December and is expected to launch out of beta by March 2013, and today we’re hearing of one of the first partners to offer the video-streaming service on their platform.
Microsoft is announcing today they will be making a Redbox Instant application available exclusively on the Xbox 360 in the very near future. Redbox Instant beta participants will be able to get their shot at the Xbox 360 application as redeemable codes will be sent out via email to allow for the Redbox Instant app to be downloaded.
The exclusive between Redbox Instant and Microsoft’s Xbox 360 seems to only be a timed exclusive as Redbox is assuring gamers who don’t own an Xbox 360 the company plans to launch on additional gaming platforms. For now, Redbox is planning its Xbox 360 application to be readily available during its full public launch sometime next month.
Just like with its Netflix application, if you plan on using Redbox Instant on your Xbox 360, make sure you’re a subscriber to the service as well as a Xbox Live Gold Member.
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