|Windows Specific Information|
|Avatar-related APIs are exposed on Windows to ease cross-platform development between Windows and the Xbox 360. All avatar-related methods return default values, and rendering methods do not draw anything to the screen.|
Assembly: Microsoft.Xna.Framework (in microsoft.xna.framework.dll)
It is possible that a newly-created random AvatarDescription object could be an invalid avatar description buffer. Possible scenarios where this could occur include:
- The associated avatar data, stored on the local storage of the signed-in gamer, is corrupted.
- The signed-in gamer currently has no avatar.