Amazon Prime Video for Xbox One debuts globally today

Today, Microsoft announced that the Amazon Prime Video app for the Xbox One is finally coming to more regions, including Canada, Mexico, France, Italy, Spain, and India.

Users will be able to enjoy the entire library of Prime Videos, including movies and TV shows, along with any content that they've purchased through Amazon. This includes originals such as The Man in the High Castle, The Grand Tour, American Gods, Mozart in the Jungle, and Sneaky Pete.

For content where it's available, customers will be able to stream in 4K Ultra HD, as long as you're using an Xbox One S, or a One X when it launches on November 7. Obviously, the original Xbox One didn't support 4K streaming of media.

Amazon's Prime Video service is now available in over 200 countries and territories. Customers in New Zealand and Australia can sign up at an introductory price of $2.99 per month for six months, and $5.99 per month after that. In Brazil, you can sign up for $7.90 per month for six months, and $14.90 after that.

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