Xbox Announces Updates to its Microsoft Rewards Program
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Xbox Announces Updates to its Microsoft Rewards Program

Nathan Lees
Nathan Lees

The Microsoft Rewards service on Xbox is about to undergo some major changes that will make earning and redeeming rewards even easier and more enjoyable.

Xbox has recently launched a new site called Rewards with Xbox, which will serve as the new hub for all things rewards-related on the Xbox console, mobile app, and Windows app. This new platform will allow players to access a variety of activities and offers to earn and redeem Rewards points.

According to a message shared by users on Reddit, the current Xbox Rewards App will no longer receive new offers after April 15 and will eventually be shut down. Instead, users will be directed to the new Rewards hub where they can access all their favorite activities and offers in one convenient location.

The message from the app reads, "Rewards with Xbox has a new home! Check out the new Rewards hub, your go-to destination for Xbox activities and offers, available across devices. Now you can see available activities, set up a goal, and redeem your rewards all in one place."

In a statement provided to Pure Xbox, Microsoft expressed their excitement for the new changes: "The new Rewards Hub will be more streamlined for players, combining the separate rewards experiences into one convenient location. With this update, we are recalibrating our Rewards points system and updating the kinds of activities players can participate in to earn rewards, so that more players will enjoy and benefit from the program."

Microsoft is committed to making gaming experiences better for players and will be deploying various experiments within the Rewards program to test different ways to continue improving it. This includes new ways to earn and redeem rewards and overall improved player experiences.


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