WWE Network app launched on Xbox One in the US

Streaming wrestling archive app comes with achievements

The WWE Network app has been released on Xbox One in the US.

The app launched in late February on Xbox 360, PS3, PS4, Android and iOS devices.


Because the service is not due to launch outside of the US until late 2014 / early 2015, it is currently only available to download on the US Xbox store.

As is the case with other media apps on Xbox One, the WWE Network app comes with a number of achievements for users to unlock.

These include watching five ECW pay-per-views, watching ten RAW replays, watching a pay-per-view while it's on live (such as this Sunday's Extreme Rules) and watching five episodes of Total Divas.

WWE Network is billed as a "24/7 streaming service" that provides both live shows and archived content for a monthly fee of $9.99 in the US.

Fans are able to stream every pay-per-view in WWE, WCW and ECW history, as well as an ever-growing archive of old episodes of RAW and other shows.

Live and archived access to all twelve yearly pay-per-views is also provided, including the Royal Rumble, Survivor Series, Summer Slam and Wrestlemania.

CVG has provided a guide to accessing the WWE Network in the UK and will shortly be updating this with information on how to get it on Xbox One.


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