XBox live shutting down for original XBox consoles

The plug on Microsoft's Xbox LIVE online gaming service will be pulled on the 15th of April for the 1st generation XBox console.

Larry Hryb, Director of Programming for the Microsoft gaming network Xbox Live, wrote the news on his blog and said the shutdown will start with immediate discontinuation of auto-renewals for gamers still subscribed to the service through an original Xbox

On Gamerscore website, Xbox LIVE general manager Marc Whitten offers a lengthier community letter about this, here

The plug on Microsoft's Xbox LIVE online gaming service will be pulled on the 15th of April for the 1st generation XBox console.

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