Over the past few weeks there have been a number of big announcements about the Xbox One platform including a number of new features and accessories – like the Xbox One 1TB console, newly designed Xbox One Wireless Controller (with a Covert Forces version available) and the Xbox Wireless Adapter for Windows, that allows you to use your wireless Xbox One controller on Windows 10 PCs, laptops, and tablets.
This trend continued last week at E3, where we revealed a new Xbox One user interface, backward compatibility with the Xbox 360, and a high-end controller. A few of these features are already being evaluated by Preview Program members.
New Xbox One Experience
See the New Xbox One Experience in action as Richard Irving and I guide you through the new features, including a brand new Home, plus Cortana integration, a quick-menu system, a new Community section and much more!
I chat with Bill Stillwell about how backwards compatibility will work on Xbox One.
Xbox One Elite Wireless Controller
Dive behind-the-scenes with David Prien from Xbox and Mike “Strongside” Cavanaugh to find out how the controller was made, including details on customization, swappable parts, paddles and much more.
And that’s not all. We also announced a new program at E3 called Xbox Game Preview that will allow you to evaluate indie titles participating in the program while they’re being developed. And earlier this week we revealed a custom Xbox One Forza Motorsport 6 Limited Edition Console, that includes a matching wireless controller (also sold separately).
It’s been an exciting year with a number of great game releases, but it’s also neat to see all of the improvements being made to the Xbox One. There are more updates coming, so keep checking my blogs and tweets for news and updates.