Disney to Launch Disney+ Xbox App Consoles in South Africa on 29 September

Disney to Launch Disney+ Xbox App Consoles in South Africa on 29 September

The Disney+ Xbox app will launch in South Africa on September 29, 2022, according to confirmation. People have been anticipating Disney+’s local availability on the Xbox and PlayStation lineup of consoles since it launched in South Africa in May 2022.

The console version of the app will be supported on the vast majority of Xbox consoles in the country, including the Xbox One, Xbox One S, and Xbox Series X|S, according to a press release seen by Innovation Village.

The Walt Disney Company’s streaming service, Disney+, announced today that the Xbox consoles in South Africa will start supporting the streaming app on September 29, 2022.

Users will have access to high-quality viewing, up to four concurrent streams, limitless downloads on up to ten devices, and the ability to set up to seven distinct profiles, including the ability for parents to set a PIN to access age-appropriate content, the statement continued.

The video streaming service has not, however, provided a release date for the Playstation video streaming app. Since its debut in South Africa, Disney+ has been accessible to DSTV subscribers using the Explora Ultra decoder.

Disney+ was introduced in November 2019 in the United States, Canada, and the Netherlands and is now accessible in 64 nations. It announced its entrance in Africa in January of this year, focusing on South Africa, Libya, Morocco, and Tunisia.

In August 2017, the firm declared that it would stop broadcasting all of its films on Netflix starting in 2019 and launch its own service for older films. Fox was recently acquired by Disney for $71.3 billion in cash and stock, expanding its collection.

The program at the time offered fresh, original films and television shows, such as Marvel and Star Wars television series. Tom Hiddleston’s portrayal of Loki, a beloved Marvel character, will have his own original series on the Disney+ platform.

A placeholder website for Disney+ has been published by Disney, displaying the logos of companies including Pixar, National Geographic, and Marvel.