View Full Version : Xbox 360: Downloadable Demos From Day One, Wireless and more

March 31st, 2005, 21:33
rumours from spong

SPOnG can reveal today that the Xbox 360 will see an unprecedented downloadable demo offering from day one, with Xbox Live being shaped to deliver massive levels of on-demand content.
“It will mean more work for developers,” our source told us, “though it will offer what is essentially hype-free evaluation options to the consumer.”

Interestingly, SPOnG has had it confirmed by several senior sources that the Xbox 360 will feature wireless connectivity out of the box. Furthermore, data storage via PC will be featured, though information seen to date makes reference to this being used solely for media storage. However, downloadable Xbox content could, in theory, be stored too, though we should make it clear that the possibility of such content being stored in this way is mere speculation at this point.

April 1st, 2005, 14:54
Maybe MS are going to allow non-live online play. Tunneling endorsed, or just multiplay throung a wireless network, integration with non xbox games. Ie. Halo against halo on pc? sounds well good to me.