February 5th 2014 6:00 am PT

Xbox One System Update coming Feb 11

A battery indicator for your controller!

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Marc Whitten has just posted details on Xbox Wire of the next Xbox One System Update that is coming next week.

Here are the highlights from the post:

On February 11, the first update will be delivered to customers who sign into their Xbox One.  It features many new improvements – including lots of behind-the-scenes updates for developers building apps and games for Xbox One, several new features we believe Xbox fans will love, stability and product updates to improve the customer experience, and continuous improvements to the quality of Kinect voice so commands become more fluid and responsive over time.  While we won’t be going into all of the details of the product updates today, we will be sharing more information soon.

Some of the features you can expect to see on February 11 include:

The ability to see and manage your storage space. With this update, you will find it easy to find how much space your content takes up and better manage your content. You can also control your install lineup and more easily manage your download queue. We’ve separated My Games and My Apps into separate lists, so you can easily create separate queues for both. Now you can pick the order in which you want your content to load and we’ve added a boot progress indicator so you can better track updates while they load.

The battery power indicator is back! You can see it right on the home screen, so you can easily track how much battery life is left on your controller.

And, you will be able to use your USB keyboard with your Xbox One.

These are just a few of the many updates we will be shipping on February 11. We’ll share more details on these and other upcoming features in the coming weeks. We have several surprises in store that we think you’ll love.

March 4 system updates – countdown to “Titanfall”  

On March 4, in advance of what is expected to be the biggest game launch of the year, we will be delivering another system update to prepare your Xbox One for “Titanfall.”  This update will contain  many new features and improvements, most significantly to our party and multiplayer systems.

Via Xbox Wire

Xbox One By Larry Hryb, Xbox LIVE's Major Nelson

  • Jhon Jones

    Ok, new updates are always welcome.

    However, as an Xbox 360 user (I don’t have the XBone yet) I feel like the support has ended already (at least for the Operating System). What is the schedule for updates coming to Xbox 360 ?

    • http://www.kevin-fell.co.uk/ Kevin Fell

      The only update the 360 needs is to allow for a larger hard drive or usb drive support. Cross platform chat and X1 achievement viewing would be nice. Other than this I’d be happy to retain the current OS indefinitely.

      • Jhon Jones

        I totally agree. Perhaps including some cosmetic updates that have been asked for long time such as allowing you to rename your contacts to give them real names. For instance, instead of having a friend in your list named as xXXXStrikeForcexXXX you could simply rename him to Jhon or Kevin.

        Anyways, I fully believe that Micro$oft is not going to include any more changes to the current Xbox 360′s OS. For me, as a long time customer and as gamer who has almost 250 original Xbox 360 games in my games shelf, it seems the support is over already.

      • trickbfc1988

        It would be great to get cross party chat its annoying having to turn my 360 on constantly just to chat to my mates and for the the people that dont have the xbox one or dont have a 360 anymore I bet its well annoying

        • http://www.kevin-fell.co.uk/ Kevin Fell

          All they’ve done is separate the community with these little incompatibilities between these systems. Cross platform chat is entirely possible, I suspect the just ran out of time like they did with all the other valid X1 features mentioned on this thread.

  • Renton Naggeria

    Please add PPPoE support

  • Jamie Hall

    I did – and in that research was Albert Penello saying we shouldn’t take the specs at face value and in his opinion when all the games came out they would mostly be the same? On both twitter and Neogaf.
    I should add that I am very hopeful for the what the system update will bring – and that the Xbox live features are more important to me than graphics. Trying to hear people speak – even in your party – on PS4 battlefield 4 is a joke.

    On balance if they sort the OS out… then thats 90% of the issue.

  • Don

    If this does not solve the “Quit to Dashboard” problems or the constant reloading of software each time a game is updated and the unplugging of the XB1 so I can play games then this is going back

    • Does Not Equal

      Turn off the controller, hold the power button on the system to shut it down. Turn it back on and your games will load.

      • joevsyou

        I had that issue before, but that don’t work for the people who have their system go to standby mode. you must make it cold boot

  • Danny Hogan

    100 % agree

  • joevsyou

    I hope auto sign in is included in one of these updates… I am the only person in the house uses the xbox and quite annoying that i have to manually sign in EVERY time in this day and gae

    • Rommel102

      Kinect should automatically sign you in as soon as it sees you. Works like a charm for me.

      • Lucas Sanches Cestari

        for who don’t like the kinect, like him or me, you have to manually enter on your profile on the xbox one, it’s not like on xbox 360 that you have the option to sign in automatically… i suffer alot with this too =/

        • dibils

          just use the f’ing kinect, jesus

          • evilfangs .

            But but but the NSA spy camera 3000 will spy on him playing video games.

          • Allan

            I’m mostly worried they’ll watch me watch TV!

          • Senses Failed

            Nobody should have to use that, we just forget it exists and avert our eyes when the home screen tells us it’s unplugged

      • joevsyou

        i say most of the time kinect will sign me in and that’s only if i standing or sitting in front of the t.v. BUT when i am in my bed or sitting on the side where my computer is 80% of the time kinect can’t do it’s job.

        • Does Not Equal

          If the Kinect can’t recognize your face, it won’t sign you in. Happens to me if I’m sitting too low in my chair.

    • fastharryDOTcom

      I don’t need to do that….when I was setting up, there was a check mark box that said something to the effect…Do you want this xbox to remember your password….I checked it and have no issues with sign in…It loads my profile as soon as I say ON…

      • joevsyou

        saving password is not the same as auto sign in.

        • fastharryDOTcom

          then I am not sure what the difference is..mine boots up with me signed in every time..

          • Allan

            Mine signs me in every time. It can spot me pretty quick. It’s a bit hit or miss with my kids though. I need to go through the “Kinect can’t see me” with them again. And it only see’s my wife when she’s eating chips. Which I thought was pretty funny. Her…. Not so much.

          • joevsyou

            haha

          • JD

            Your Xbox is trying to get her fat so she’d buy Kinect games! We’re onto you Microsoft!

          • joevsyou

            idk maybe i should remove my account and re add it

  • Greg Fellmer

    Will we finally see HBOGO?

    • EldritchWarlord

      Why do you think a system update will have anything to do with the release of an app (and a 3rd party one at that)?

      • Greg Fellmer

        Why do you care?

        • Allan

          Your question is probably better directed at HBO. It has nothing to do with MS, or a system update.

        • EldritchWarlord

          I don’t really, the question was a rhetorical device to point out the absurdity of you asking your question about the HBO GO app in this thread.

          • Greg Fellmer

            Hey world! I’m not an expert on a gaming console’s system update and how that relates (or doesn’t) to 3rd party apps. An approach like Allan’s below would have been much more constructive and productive. Or, you could have ignored it all together, but that wouldn’t have fed your insecure ego.

          • EldritchWarlord

            No expertise is required to understand the basic concepts of updates and applications. There’s no excuse for such ignorance, it’s like believing spoons are used to heat liquid. Furthermore Allan was merely interpreting the implications of my sarcastic question for you; not providing additional information but reiterating what you’ve already been told.

            I understand that you don’t enjoy being mocked, but each post you make justifies the mocking more and more.

  • MobileVortex

    I would like a file browser as well, and im sure it’s coming. I just use my smartphone or tablet to use the playto feature. I actually like it better this way, but I agree we should have both.

  • Allan

    Sure u do lol.

  • disqus_icUCvMAJ5v

    Look, I”m glad they’re fixing it but honestly these just shouldn’t have been issues to begin with. It just shows how out of touch with gamers MS has become.

    What about headphone support???? When are they going to release a chat cable and a firmware update so I can use my 7.1 headphones????

    I’m not buying Titanfall until they fix the headphone issue. I can’t play a multiplayer game listening to audio and voice out of my TV speakers. The pack in mic they included is a joke, it’s broken already. I can’t even go out and buy a replacement.

    I’m finding this new console very frustrating.

  • disqus_icUCvMAJ5v

    I knew there were going to be issues but lack of support for established standard brands of surround sound headphones is just inexcusable.

    I’m not buying Titanfall until they fix that issue. Surround sound is a standard, it’s not optional. I’m not listening to the audio out of my crappy little TV speakers and using the pack in mic for chat. NO WAY!

    • evilfangs .

      Turtle Beach is coming out with a Titanfall headset with the Xbox one adapter. So I know these companies have developed the Xbox adapter to allow us to use our last gen headsets but want to sell current gen headsets instead of selling the adapters.

  • Peter

    When can we expect external storage support? Putting my profile and saves on a USB drive and not having to be online to bring them to friends’ houses (you know, like the 360 has let me do for years) will determine which current-gen console I buy.

    • barackobama

      buy the ps4. I own both and the ps4 destroys the one in every aspect. outlast free game, live on ps, killzone mp is really fun. every mp title in 1080p and looks better and you can replace the hard disk with one of your choice. but you need a xbox one for gears.

      • Allan

        What I like about this gen of consoles is how each console fits a different niche. Glad you enjoy your PS4. I enjoy my XB1.

      • Guest

        From a company going on the way out like Sony does? NO THANKS! 1.1 BILLION $ loss and another 5000 jobs getting layed off. GTFO!

      • Peter

        We’ll see what happens. I’ve already played Outlast on max settings on the PC, and I’m not much of a Killzone person. I’ll definitely agree that a replaceable hard drive would be nice, but external storage would let me used my 2TB drive, so I wouldn’t even need a new internal.

      • http://Soundcloud.com/DJQuadinero DJ Qua dinero

        Every title is not 1080 on the Ps4

    • Jason Owens

      i wish the xbox one had the hard drives like the 360 did it would have been way better & for the love of god make it so you can bye a xbox one without the Kinect . i know for a fact thats one of the things thats holding alot of ppl back no one wants the Kinect !!!

      • Allan

        That’s not going to happen. They’re committed to the Kinect now for this generation, it’s the primary aspect that differentiates the XB1 from the PS4, removing it would just make the XB1 a less powerful version of the PS4, we want diversity in this space folks, not a bunch of nearly identical pieces of hardware. I suspect it’s the price and excellent competition from Sony are what are holding people back.

      • BuckRogers87

        Where did you get the statistics that, “no one wants the kinect?” You can’t make that statement without having the numbers to back it up; next time if you say something like, “all dogs like pizza,” then you better have the numbers to back it up otherwise you have a weak argument because not all dogs will like pizza. The kinect, in my opinion, is a great addition and pretty much all my friends love theirs. I know I’ve read a few people here and there say they aren’t getting a one because of the kinect but then refuse to really go into the why, other than the one for 360 “sucks.” Why do you dislike the kinect? Why do people dislike change so much that they won’t even give a pretty cool and integral part of the one a chance?

  • Mark Gibson

    Glad to see the updates coming. This shows the Xbox 1 team is listening to the public. That is great. All game systems are shot out then tweaked with updates. Xbox 1 will only get better. They have some of the best programers and technicians in the world. Looking forward to the next 2 updates… I am glad they are shooting out these updates quick…… nice….. but I always new they would tweak it……..

  • fastharryDOTcom

    Personally?…..I think a lot of features were deleted when they had to revise software for all you non DRM fans…..

    And to be honest, the few days I have had my ONE, I have come to enjoy it…despite the missing features….Microsoft is a software company and I know things that we haven’t even imagined are coming for the ONE…

    If I had to add one thing?..it would be a dedicated sleep timer that shuts the ONE and TV off after a set time…

    • Some guy

      Yep battery power indicator is totally because of the removal of DRM.
      Before you had to connect to the cloud so the power of the IR of the gamepad could be analysed by a super computer then convert the result in a 4 bars format.
      Microsoft is also the company that made Windows ME, Vista and 8(that they still trying to patch right now).

  • Robie

    I was wondering when Microsoft is going to update the Xbox one so that we can actually make changes to the black background color by in-putting a personalized wallpaper. At the moment we stuck with changing our tile colors which isn’t really personalize our experience. We need a fun active background to enhance our xbox one experience.

    • Jamie Hall

      they said its not happening. Another thing that reflects what MS wants more than what customers want.

    • dibils

      what i would like is the ability to make the achievement pictures our background (since they are 1080p images). some of those are beautiful

  • OVERKILLAZAULT

    i want the kinect to know who I’am and if i touch someone’s controller dont reset the whole game

  • The Yankee

    I’m getting really sick and tired of all the belly aching and complaining here. This is a step in the right direction but no matter what Microsoft does people still find something to complain about..”why wasn’t this done sooner?”..”why can’t we get this feature now…” My PS4 already does….” Blah,blah,blah…..RELAX…if Microsoft wasn’t doing anything about ANY issue then you have every right to complain. I’m a gamer and own both a PS4 and an Xbox One…I can also give you a rundown of things I don’t like about the PS4 but what for? I also Sony releasing updates to fix certain mis-cues. Everyone calm down…give it a bit of time…and for the meantime…GAME ON!!!

    • Some guy

      On 360 only: Still waiting for an update that’ll allow me to use more then 32GB of external storage. Still waiting for a an update that’ll make the console boot faster. Still waiting for an update for French Canada so stuff is actually in french. Still waiting for removal of region lock on games. I can keep on for a while.
      The One is all that and even more, why do you think people would not complain? I wonder why they thought it was a good idea to buy it though.

  • Guest

    As a casual gamer, I just want the ability to play my 3D Bluray collection and watch DirecTV in surround.

  • Allan

    Absolutely, there needs to be an option to passthru the audio. I don’t want the XB1 decoding my BD sound. I have a nice fancy receiver that does all that fun stuff in hardware.

  • WARLORD

    How about an update to bring down the pay wall for Free to play games and MMO’s like The Elder Scrolls Online. Elder Scrolls Online requires Xbox Gold subscription — but not PS Plus, Even though Bethesda made it clear back in August that it wanted to avoid its game being stuck behind additional costs..

    • Allan

      Sony definitely has the better approach here. It would be nice if MS followed suit. I have an Gold subscription anyway, so it doesn’t really matter to me (not that I’d ever play an Elder Scrolls game on a console), but things like Netflix, etc, really shouldn’t be behind the paywall.

      • WARLORD

        Yes if your paying for Gold to play online anyways it no big deal. But for me i really don’t play online much unless i got a good co-op rpg. It would be nice to use apps i already pay for with out having to pay MS on top of it.

        • Allan

          My personal suspicion is we’ll see MS change the policy within a year, just to try and stay competitive.

          • WARLORD

            Yes thy do. When you include the near-mandatory Xbox Live Gold subscription, it pushes the price premium of the Xbox One even higher than its current $100 over the PS4. Let’s say you don’t game online, but still like to use your game console to stream video from Netflix and HBO. Even if you’re able to score Xbox Live Gold at the frequently discounted rate of $45 per year, the five-year cost of ownership for the Xbox One is $725 vs. $400 for the PS4. It’s a huge difference in cost.

          • Allan

            If Sony keeps edging them out in sales month to month, they’ll have to do something to sweeten the deal.

          • WARLORD

            Especially if Microsoft wants the Xbox One to truly rule everyone’s living room, it needs to offer a pricing structure that works for more kinds of gamers. Without those changes, there going to lose the more-casual gamers.

          • Allan

            Absolutely.

          • Kravex

            Exactly, trying to push it into living rooms but then saying you need to buy a multiplayer subscription to use those non-multiplayer features is a little strange.

          • BuckRogers87

            If you are griping about costs then buy a damn chrome cast or ANY blu-ray player that runs from $50 to $60 dollars minimum and you can stream all the stupid Netflix and HBO go you want. This argument is so incredibly weak it’s pathetic. Btw, I’m all for them doing away with having to have gold to play f2p games and MMO’s but the current argument is really poorly thought out and childish. I mean who buys a multi-hundred dollar game console to watch Netflix and HBO go, et al. And xbox live gold is literally so cheap a homeless bum could afford it and never miss the change.

          • WARLORD

            OMG… Fan boy much! For me Its the principle, not the money, and if you google MS paywall you will see I’m not the only one…

  • Allan

    Yeah, but then you have fat old cartridges and had to do terrible things when you wanted to play a different game, like get up, and walk. Screw that. I don’t wanna leave the couch. Oh! And where’s my flying car dammit?! Back to the Future promised me a flying car by 2015. You got 1 year scientists! Hear me!

  • http://virtualgamemuseum.webs.com/ Louis

    Remote Control would be nice…

  • chuckyj

    This is @Major Nelson… Is there any update of the USB 3.0 External HDD that was promised a while back? I haven’t heard much about the status lately… Not that I need it quite yet… But will definitely need it probably within this year when retail games are taking up so much space…

  • Major FoxHoundR – what the fox

    xbox one is the best

  • Clinton Smith

    Where is the 5.1 dolby digital update for optical output? I would like to play game in surround sound at some point. Preferably before Titanfall

  • Aaron Herald

    When will the long awaited headset chat adapters be released so that our expensive Xbox 360 headsets can be used with X1?

  • fastharryDOTcom

    dedicated sleep timer that shuts off TV and ONE….the “inactive” settings on my ONE don’t shut it down at night…probably has something to do with Kinect, or that the TV is ON in the ONE…not knowing the sleep timer on the tv has shut it off…

  • fastharryDOTcom

    had my xbox 360 since 2005..traded it a week before ONE launch,
    picked up launch night ONE, sold it the next morning for a tidy
    profit….

    Was letting all the neg comments get to me and did not purchase
    another ONE….Until I realized how whiny everyone can be on the
    net….and finally listened to friends who have gotten ONE (including
    two IT guys who run big companies in NY) and talking with a few
    engineers..one of whom is MY engineer on the nationally syndicated radio
    show I produce for a living..

    I say all this to back up what I have experienced in the last few
    days I have enjoyed the new ONE I got last tuesday from Costco..

    I decided to go all in on the ONE…and use it the way MS
    intended……and now I know why they designed a BIG box with no power
    supply inside, plenty of space and a large fan…I know why they
    designed a console with a different architecture other than a massive
    heat producing CPU/GPU….They designed it for a long life.

    They designed it to be left on for extended periods..just like a PC,
    just like my cable box DVR, just like every heat producing box in my
    house……They designed it to run on voice commands….so when an
    incoming phone call comes in, I merely have to say “xbox mute” without
    searching for a remote….They designed it so I can be watching TV..and
    with a few simple voice commands, I could check friends stats and see if
    they are on LIVE so I could start gaming..

    yes, it is not perfect….yes, the voice commands could use more
    selection for TV, yes it could use more features…..yes yes yes….It
    is not perfect…

    BUT, I have seen their vision, played Forza and snapped TV to keep
    track of the Olympics, and done all kinds of great things with it…and
    the more I use it, the better it gets as I learn the commands….It is
    has been on almost 5 days straight, runs cooler than my PC and DVR and
    has not glitched once or overheated…..

    to be honest, I don’t know if I could go back to a strict gaming
    machine……and I can’t wait for 2 years to fly by to see what new
    innovative stuff MS brings to the table

    • Palindrome 101

      What you call negative comments I call facts. Since you indicate that the Xbox One design suits your tastes perfectly then these facts should not have dissuaded you from purchasing an Xbox One for one second. You were spared the surprise that met those of us that found the Xbox One an unexpected disappointment. You are welcome.

      • fastharryDOTcom

        you had the facts before you bought…..so to say the xbox was an unexpected disappointment is a dumb statement…I didn’t say it suits me…it was a statement that I understood what they are trying to achieve by owning one. But of course, you didn’t interpret my post correctly…so it is understandable you read about the ONE, bought it and was utterly disappointed,,,

        • Palindrome 101

          No, I knew there was a lot of ugly baggage with the X1 that I knew I would have to live with, but I have never seen any product this poorly designed in my life. There were many X1 flaws that had not penetrated the MS hype at the time. Whatever information I may have had before hand, I will never forget the letdown I experienced when I first turned the X1 on, and the more I use the X1 the less I like it. I am not saying there is nothing good about the X1. I don’t recall there being a lot of advertisements on the X1 dash, something that is so overpowering on the 360 that you come to accept it as normal. In a couple of years when the X1 is ready for launch I am sure it will be much improved, but I see Microsoft’s vision and it is everything I don’t want in a game console. If MS wants to market a Kinect controlled cable box for the living room which requires an Xbox Live connection and Gold subscription to fully function then by all means go for it. Now back to the next surprise the X1 had for me. One of my biggest considerations for choosing a game console is the controller, and MS promised great things. Bad, Bad MS. My biggest unexpected disappointment was the X1 controller, which looks like the 360 controller but falls so far short of that standard. This is something which cannot be fixed unless MS patches the X1 to accept a usb wired 360 controller. I don’t recall if I knew that the game DVR was cloud dependent and permanent saves were only possible with Gold. If I wanted to post game video online (which I don’t) then I could understand the Gold requirement, but being dependent on the cloud and I believe thus limiting quicker access and the size of videos is inexcusable. I want a game DVR to record longer video for my viewing stored permanently on my hard drive, with no dependence on Xbox Live or Gold requirement. Unfortunately what I want and what MS wants are worlds apart. This is so very frustrating, a fully functional game DVR would have been nice. The XBox 360 has the best controller. The PS4 is the most powerful dedicated game console (although still not ready for launch). The X1 is … frustrating, disappointing, and annoying. Once MS patches the X1 so I can go right to the inserted game (bypassing the dash) with a default profile (without Kinect) then my only unavoidable frustration will be the X1 controller, and my hostility toward MS should diminish just a little bit.

          BTW, in reference to your using the phrase ‘dumb statement’, I believe the standard response is ‘your momma’.

          • fastharryDOTcom

            I appreciate what you are saying….but the solution is simple. Box up the xb1, return it and keep playing the 360…or buy a PS4….This much negative energy displayed towards a machine that plays games is not healthy.

  • Jamie Hall

    Any news on when they are going to say more? Was hoping for today as the update is live tomorrow.

  • Mark Gibson

    What time on Feb 11 will the update roll out… like overnight?

  • PseudoShooter

    As a device touted as “The hub of entertainment” in my living room, imagine my deep disappointment when I discovered that I can’t stream digital content from my home media server. And before you point out DLNA to me, I don’t find it much of a solution to go upstairs, find the content I want to watch and then push it to the box. The 360 did it so well, why can’t the one? And don’t get me started on getting friends to party up for a game match. What a disaster that is.

  • fastharryDOTcom

    I love all the neg comments..I was out in cali visiting digital post production film studios in LA a couple of years ago…My friend, who owns one of the largest film studios in the business was having issues with one of his machines that adds special effects to movies after they are shot…..The power and complexity of this machine was obviuosly way greater than a ONE…or any PC.

    When I asked him how he could stay calm, he looked at me and said “What are you talking about?..The tech in this building is amazing”…and then he said something that has stayed with me since then….He said, and I quote..

    “With all this new tech,and what we are doing now compared to just 5 years ago, I always keep in mind one thing….We are lucky the machines work at all”

    I often think about that whenever I have a problem with my PC…or xbox, or home network or smartphone….So be glad you can even play…or talk to people around the world while doing so…cause it is only getting better from here!

    • PseudoShooter

      I guess after spending $600 on my console that “I should be glad that I can even play” Really?

      • fastharryDOTcom

        no..you should be able to play…that is a reasonable assumption that you had when you purchased…But to sit here and complain that the controller was not changed to YOUR liking…or it is missing a few features that will get here eventually..or that the ONE..or any tech device isn’t perfect out of the box, is ridiculous..

  • Robin Inman

    Hi will voice control be coming to Nz

  • WARLORD

    I game offline all the time. I’ve also owned both and I can’t see were you think its “garbage without the PS+ subscription”. Without PS+ all you lose is Multiplayer for non free to play games and free indie games. With Xbox One/ 360 you lose just about everything if you don’t have XBL Gold.

  • fwdkiller

    sorry folks but mo external drive support, and the the update is being pushed back again due to copy write infringement sorry everyone ..

  • kvfive

    Anyone got the update yet ?

    • Jayy Edwards

      Nope Microsoft said them selfs they don’t know when it will be released exactly all they know is they plan to harvest and dispense it today if that don’t work out you know there game there’s always tomorrow…

      • kvfive

        We play the waiting game then, cheers :)

  • Jayy Edwards

    Ima give it to you like this I spent 600 dollars on an investment that already needs to be fixed. Im sick of this enough fan boy stuff fellas if you take your money seriously you would be unhappy as well I don’t use the system much but let’s be real if they releasing updates to make the system whole they shoulda offered payments instead of taking 600 when this system anint even worth 400 yet I can careless about if they fixin it the fact is things they fixin is wat they previously invented I been Along side them since the beginning and they honestly over thought this system i just want to come home play my game on the next level 1080p and clearly with my friends but I can’t have thos all this extra stuff is non sense it’s a game system period.

    • kvfive

      The console is over-complicated, heart of the home entertainment system (their words not mine) I just wanted a 360 on steroids… A gaming machine, pure & simple, the kinect (yes I have used it) is now back in its box, sooo much easier to use the controller ;-)

  • Chris

    Still no 3D blu ray support? Pretty much the only reason my PS3 is still under my TV. Give me a reason to put it away Microsoft… PLEASE. XBOX one is supposed to be an entertainment machine! :(

    • Jayy Edwards

      I 2nd that emotion I’m on the edge of sellin this thing but I’m hopen they come correct and focused implement the fundamentals so I can enjoy my 600 dollars

  • Holte Beaufort

    so where is the update ? if its not auto where do you go to select the manual update ????????

  • ChintuPatel

    no update support be at 2am pst 5 am est so where is it

  • ChintuPatel

    no updates today

 

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