9. In the Xbox area and in terms and conditions, we have updated the Xbox title, modified Xbox Live to refer to the Xbox online service and refer to Xbox consoles instead of Xbox One and Xbox 360 consoles. We`ve updated Xbox Services to include Xbox Online service, Xbox Game Studios games (including Mojang Games), apps, subscriptions, services and Microsoft content. We`ve also explained what Microsoft can do if you sign in to your Xbox Services account to access a non-Microsoft service (for example. B, a publisher of non-Microsoft games of third-party applications and services). However, the timing of the service contract update coincides with reports that Xbox Live Gold will soon be removed from the market and multiplayer will be made available free of charge. As rumors continue to circulate, Microsoft has taken steps to make it more concrete to remove speculation on Xbox Live, as the updated agreement on terms and services for Xbox services has reduced mentions of online subscriptions. As Twitter-Sleuth Wario64 pointed out, the language change was highlighted in a new list of service agreement updates. The switch from Xbox Live to Xbox online services has been part of a wider flattening of terms, with Xbox consoles replacing some xbox 360 and Xbox One mentions. However, Xbox Live and Xbox Live Gold continue to be mentioned in the updated service agreement under “Covered Services,” but not under the Xbox header itself. Microsoft has also changed the mentions of Xbox One and Xbox 360 to “Xbox consoles,” suggesting that the company could simplify its language as much as suggests a major change in its services. Software and content (if applicable) made available for download by the Xbox.com website, with the exception of software that can be made available by end-users via a communication service (“Software”), is the copyrighted work of Microsoft Corporation and/or its suppliers. The use of the software is subject, if applicable, to the terms of the end-user license agreement that is included in the Software or Software (“Licensing Contract”).