While many fans are content with the current state of the Xbox One OS interface, it looks like some exciting features are on the way with the next Xbox One 2014 update. Rumors are emerging, suggesting that the update is just weeks away and should mean ‘great things’ for users.
We know that Microsoft are working behind the scenes to improve the Xbox One interface further for users, but now these plans have seemingly been made public by one insider who apparently knows what is happening internally.
That person is regular Neogaf poster ‘thuway’ and he has been revealing a few pieces of information via Twitter about Microsoft’s forthcoming update. According to him, he says the next Xbox One update ‘should mean great things’ and that it will be releasing in the next few weeks.
He adds that Microsoft’s team at Redmond who are specifically working on the Xbox One OS, are the ‘best programmers in the world’.
I am trying to get a good read on when the next Xbox One driver update happens. Should mean great things. Sometime in the next few weeks
— Ahsan Rasheed (@thuway) December 30, 2013
That last claim may be disputed somewhat though, especially from those who continue to have problems with the Xbox One friends and party system.
Obviously the Tweets above are just from one insider, so we can’t treat them as fact just yet until we gather more evidence.
Are you confident that Microsoft can improve the Xbox One interface tenfold in 2014? If you have the luxury of owning both the Xbox One and PS4, let us know which user interface you prefer between the two.
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