Microsoft Replaces Hubs With Official Clubs On Xbox, A Step In The Right Direction

Xbox team has been really active recently making changes to the interface of Xbox One by continuously retouching, renewing, and updating different elements of the interface to improve it.

Microsoft introduced Xbox clubs some time ago which gave users a way to share content and or to find players who have interest in the similar titles you are playing. It’s going to change now as Microsoft is going to link every club of the games between developers and the players to allow them to post news related to the games, schedule contest or post the latest news of their titles.

The old clubs have already been replaced by official clubs for the alpha ring users. So if you are an alpha ring user then you should turn on your Xbox to see the changes and as well grab the free gold games for the month of July.

Xbox One official clubs will offer an easy way for the developers to post content updates instead of making their own system like in Division, which has its newsfeed within the launch page of the game.

You will get an option to go to game’s official club when you open up its menu and from there you will see all the posts related to the game including Tweets, Youtube videos or a status update. Other features work like before such as screenshots, live broadcasts or any recent clips shared.

Few of the drawbacks are that it has limited space for the developers to write and includes a **message continues in the comment section** when it’s long and the comments are not sorted.

It’s a step in the right direction and will help small developers who can’t afford their own systems for now.

In other news, a new Xbox One Elite controller is in works after the success of the first one and it includes some notable improvements.