Someone previously mentioned that the bundle will have a lower limit of concurrent streams than buying the separate packages. If you don't care about ESPN, you aren't getting a better deal.Am I missing something or is pre-ordering not as cost affective as the Disney+ Hulu ESPN+ bundle?
Pre-ordering Disney+ ($6.99/mo. regular price) discounted $40 for 3 years = $4.72/mo. (saving $3.37/mo. if you include the $40).
All 3 services alone costs $17.97/mo. Bundle of all 3 will be $12.99/mo. (saving $4.98/mo.)
Prices exclude taxes.
Currently I already have Hulu, so to spend the extra $2 to have ESPN+ seems like a good idea.
For someone that can front the money and doesn't want or need Hulu or ESPN+, sure the 3 year pre-order can work out for them.
Will be nice if they make the app available before the 12th. Or it's gonna be aWhen will the apps be released? Will we get a chance to download before the 12th or are we all going to be competing for the streaming device manufacturer's library as well as the studio's content library?
I streamed UHD HDR Dr Strange this afternoon and it played in 5.1. That was via the Disney+ app on a Roku Ultra connected via HDMI.Is anyone else having an issue with the sound on Disney Plus?
Everything is just playing in 2 channel stereo for me. I can't find anywhere in the settings to adjust. Netflix and Amazon automatically play in Atmos or 5.1, whichever is available for the program.