A new update for Xbox One has been made available for download today, Microsoft confirmed.
Major Nelson has gone to his blog to let Xbox fans know what to expect from the new Xbox One update coming next month.
Now that we’re into the month of July, Microsoft is ready start rolling out the Xbox One July update. Xbox Live’s Major Nelson went to his blog to share the details on the new update.
Despite being out for quite some time, Grand Theft Auto 5 has a new update for its fans. The “I’m Not a Hipster” update is available right now and will feature a wide variety of new content. Want retro tees, tattoos, hairstyles and animal masks?
Indiegogo, who are the project leaders of Shaq Fu: A Legend Reborn, have just announced that if the $450,000 target is met, the game will be made available on all current and last-gen consoles.
Like Siri to the iPhone and Google Now to Android, Microsoft is now introducing it’s own little personal pocket assistant, Cortana. If you’re familiar with Halo, then the name Cortana should of course ring a bell; if not, well get ready to say hello to your new handheld sidekick.
According to Xbox Product Chief Mark Whitten, the Xbox One‘s March update will bring back multiplayer features from the Xbox 360, with intentions of improving the multiplayer experience in advance of the release of Titanfall.
The Xbox One will see its first major update since the day it was launched, very soon.
Earlier this year, Nintendo stated that they’d be implementing a series of updates that would add Virtual Console software to Nintendo’s eShop, and increase the Wii U’s overall performance. However, Nintendo has decided to delay the performance boosting update, and instead release a separate update that will provide the following improvements.
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Improvements to Standby Functions:The standby functions will now regularly connect to the Internet when the Wii U is powered down to check for available SpotPass data or software and system updates. Software updates will be installed while the Wii U is powered down, and system [...]
For all the additions and content Capcom packed into Resident Evil 6, fans simply didn’t think it met series standards. The developer has been listening to your concerns, though, and is planning an update that could change the way you look at the game.