This month, Microsoft finally deprecated a Xbox Live Rewards module to replace it with Microsoft Rewards. On this occasion, a association has expelled a dedicated Microsoft Rewards app on Xbox One, that is now generally accessible after some contrast with Xbox Insiders.
— Xbox (@Xbox) July 5, 2018
You can use a app to check your points and redeem some prizes, though a categorical purpose of a app seems to be a disdainful offers for Xbox One owners: as of this writing, we can acquire 50,000 Microsoft Rewards points if we squeeze an Xbox One X from a app, 28,000 points for an Xbox One S, or adult to 6,000 points if we buy name games including Far Cry 5, Resident Evil 7: biohazard or Minecraft.
You might wish to check out this app utterly frequently if we don’t wish to skip good opportunities to acquire some additional points. Do we consider this app is a good deputy for a Xbox Live Rewards program, or do we consider a latter was some-more valuable? Sound off in a comments below.