Rosetta Stone brings language learning to the Xbox One

Available with English and Spanish options, the app will allow players to explore different virtual locations where they can practice speaking with characters in their chosen language and play various games. From Rosetta Stone:

"You'll explore several locations in the Discovery Zone and chat with the characters you find there. In the Training Zone, you'll solidify the concepts you encountered with study recommendations, cultural tips, phrase books, and of course, more games! Keep track of your achievements, and keep practicing until you get a perfect score. With Rosetta Stone's proven technology-based immersion method in a video-game interface, who knew language learning could be so fun?"

Overall, this looks like a fun way to take on the challenge of learning a new language by bringing the fun of gaming to an often difficult process. If you'd like to check it out. As of this writing, it doesn't look like the Xbox app page has been updated with the listing, but you should be able to grab the app and check it out from the dashboard on your Xbox One.

What do you guys think? Do you plan on brushing up on a little Spanish on your Xbox One?

Source: Rosetta Stone

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