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Posted April 16, 2014 by Gaetano Fratto in Game News
 
 

Microsoft Continues Xbox One Update

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Microsoft has been on the ball lately with their recent Xbox One system updates. This includes friend sign on notifications (which has been a big concern since the console’s launch back in November) and improvements to the party system.

One of the new features in Microsoft’s recent update to the Xbox One will allow users to track the progress of a download via a convenient download bar. Connectivity between Xbox One and controllers, along with other wireless devices will also be improved.

Along with this, Microsoft has included the sign on notification mentioned earlier and better quality recordings of gameplay when using the built in feature.  The update will allow for improved “Xbox, record that” video quality on both the Xbox One console and other compatible devices.

The quality of Kinect 2.0 will also be enhanced with better voice and motion detection. The struggle of recording a crazy killstreak in Dead Rising will now (hopefully) become a thing of the past.

Did you finally get what you want in the most recent Xbox One update? Or do you think Microsoft still isn’t listening to more important issues plaguing the Xbox One? Let us know in the comments below!

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Gaetano Fratto

 
Gaetano Fratto
My name is Gaetano Fratto, but Nino does just fine. My passion lies in video game reviews and gaming related news. I love discussions and arguments relating to gaming news and culture.