Xbox One owners that have encountered issues with the problematic Party system will be pleased to know that an update is expected this month, with a second expected in March. The two updates will include much needed fixes for the Party system, along with a few new features. While the second will be in preparation for the upcoming release of Titanfall.
The first update is scheduled to arrive on 11th February and Xbox One owners will be asked to update their console as soon as it connects to the Internet, and IGN discusses a few behind the scenes improvements that include enhancements to the overall general stability providing more fluidity when it comes to Kinect voice commands.
In addition, one of the more highly requested updates by the gaming community is the opportunity to organize and manage the system’s storage space, and once this new update is installed users will be able to control the way the content installs. This also allows owners to monitor the progression of updates and organize apps and games accordingly in separate lists.
Other advancements include being able to see how much juice is left in your controller from the home screen, not to mention the option to use USB keyboards. According to Microsoft these are just some of the improvements expected with the update, so we can envision more details emerging over the coming days.
The second update will surface on the 4th March, although this is said to be a preparation update for the release of Titanfall, but information on the specifics are a bit hard to come by at the moment.
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