We are closing in on the Xbox One March update release time, with Microsoft promising that the Xbox One March update release date will definitely happen before the Titanfall launch on March 11.
Microsoft recently gave users an official preview of what to expect in the update, but it looks like Xbox One March update notes have already gone live a little earlier than expected.
It’s come to our attention that some lucky Xbox One users have already been given early access to beta test the March update before it goes live to everyone else.
Best of all though, those that have already seen the update have wasted no time in giving everyone else a full heads-up on what to expect in the update.
We can see Neogaf users have been collecting information on the beta, culminating in a definitive Xbox One March patch notes list which you can check out in the link here.
Some of the key Xbox One March update features include Twitch streaming (at last), support for Dolby Digital, 50Hz compatibility for UK TV channels and good news for a lot of you – the ability to turn off Kinect hand gestures.
You can also read further details on the Party and Friends features which we already knew were coming with the update. The addition of Xbox One Twitch streaming and Dolby Digital should make most of you very happy.
Read through everything over at Neogaf and then let us know your thoughts on the March.
Do you have early access to the March update?
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