When the next generation consoles were released none of us expected them to be perfect. There’s always room for improvement and finally Microsoft has decided to announce when they plan to do something about it. The first major Xbox One Update will be released on February 11.
Based on what they have detailed on Xbox Wire, the update will primarily focus on the feedback received from fans as well as behind-the-scenes improvements for developers who are working on apps and games for the console.
One of the most welcoming features is improvements to the quality of Kinect commands, which will hopefully become more responsive and fluid. Other improvements will touch stability and the overall experience of the users.
So far, Microsoft has not shared all the details but some of the features that have been explained include the ability to see and manage storage space and an option to control the install lineup so that you can download the game you want to play first.
Moving on, they are bringing back the controller battery power indicator which you will be able to see on the right side of the home screen. Last but not the least, USB keyboard support is being added for those who like to play that way.
Come March 4, the second Xbox One update will be released, which is being mulled as a “countdown to Titanfall.” Not much is known about this update, but it will focus on their party and multiplayer systems.
Keep in mind that this is not a comprehensive list of all the areas that the update will touch, we shall add the full patch notes as soon as we get them.