Xbox Live is no more; say hello Xbox network.
Apparently, the decision is to help make clearer the difference between the Big M's online service from products like Xbox Live Gold.
"'Xbox network' refers to the underlying Xbox online service, which was updated in the Microsoft Services Agreement," a Microsoft spokesperson said.
"The update from 'Xbox Live' to 'Xbox network' is intended to distinguish the underlying service from Xbox Live Gold memberships."
Word that a change of name was hinted at in August of last year when Microsoft updated its Term of Services Agreement, but at the time the Big M said that it had no plans to rebrand its online service.
As of March 2020, Microsoft reports that Xbox Live boasts 90 million users.