Microsoft is starting to roll out free checking on the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC.
The free checking feature will be available starting at 7 a.m.
PT on October 4, Microsoft said.
Free checking is available on Xbox One consoles with the free Xbox Live Gold membership, Xbox One console, and Xbox One gaming console, according to a blog post from Microsoft.
The program will be accessible through the My Account menu and will be for two years.
Free checking on Xbox is similar to the checking offered on the PlayStation 4 and PC, which also require an Xbox Live membership and are available in both black and white.
The feature was initially offered on PC with the PlayStation Plus program, but was discontinued after that.
Microsoft also said that customers can now sign up for free credit monitoring and credit scores, which can help them keep track of their credit score.
Consumers can also access free credit scores and scores through their financial institution for free.
Free credit scores are not limited to consumers, but will also work with any company that allows credit scoring.
Microsoft will offer these free credit checks through third-party credit reporting agencies.
Free cards will also be available through third party companies.
Microsoft says that these cards can be used for credit card payments, credit cards and auto payments, among other things.
Free card holders can also pay for eligible purchases on the card by filling out a form on the Microsoft Rewards website.
The form will provide a credit card authorization code and the amount to be paid.
The code will be displayed on the front of the card when used for eligible transactions.
The program will also offer other consumer services.
Customers can check their credit history on the site and receive a $100 bonus when they pay with a credit or debit card.
The bonus is valid for a limited time.