Tagged: New Xbox One Experience

The New Xbox One Experience (NXOE) recently rolled out and has shown a noted improvement on speed, performance and the Xbox One UI, but a Reddit user reported that a feature has been removed that allowed users of the Xbox system to sign into their accounts with ease. When paired with a Kinect the first revision of the Xbox One controllers featured an infrared sensor that allowed the Kinect to assign controllers to a player when they pick it up. This allowed users to grab a controller and be automatically signed into their Xbox Live account, even if they originally signed … Read More »

Good morning gamers, how was the weekend for you – over too fast is my answer. How does this sound for the perfect cure – cup of coffee and a little look at what games we have coming out this week, there’s even a cheeky new dashboard for our beloved Xbox One. All aboard the hype train, where are we heading this week? 10/11/2015 Fallout 4 Bethesda Game Studios, the award-winning creators of Fallout 3 and The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, welcome you to the world of Fallout 4 – their most ambitious game ever, and the next generation of … Read More »

The shiny New Xbox One Experience releases to a console near you next week on 12th November. As well as a fresh look, you can also expect revamped Game Hubs, backwards compatibility with Xbox 360 games, and, as is being shown in the videos below from MajorNeloson’s blog, new Avatar functionality and an updated OneGuide. There are technical updates to the Avatars thus making them look better than ever, as well as being put to more general use on your Xbox, while the OneGuide now integrates video providing apps to allow you better access to all that’s available. For more news, reviews, competitions and … Read More »

A new update now available for Xbox Preview Programme members brings fixes to the New Xbox One Experience, as well as offering new quests. Here’s the official list: Fixes Game updates: You should no longer encounter a “Getting ready…” message followed by an infinite loading screen when updating games (Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, Grand Theft Auto V, etc.) with an external storage device attached. Live TV: When watching Live TV, the screen may dim after a short period of time. The OneGuide pin doesn’t function. You can launch OneGuide using the app, voice commands, or from the OneGuide twist. Australian … Read More »

Are you one of those that are in the preview program but still haven’t chosen to upgrade to the new dashboard with the New Xbox One Experience (NXOE)? Or have you maybe just not gotten the chance yet? If you are, Microsoft is now planning on moving all members of the program to the NXOE. You can still however choose to opt out, but doing that will take you out of the preview program totally. With the NXOE, there’s been a bunch of problems reported such as games failing to launch, apps not working properly and so on. There is … Read More »

Major Nelson has unveiled that the Party Chat function will be updated to accommodate 12 users, and that update will be rolling out today. What’s more, this update is going live for everyone. No need to be part of the Preview Program, or testing the New Xbox One Experience. We’re all getting in on this goodness. However, if you are part of the NXOE, there are some new features coming just for you, including: Party Text Chat A streamlined Game DVR experience New animated Avatars For a full list of updates and more description, head on over to Major Nelson’s … Read More »

Invites have been sent out to certain Xbox Preview Program users for the “New Xbox One Experience” (see the picture below for what the message looks like). It’s the shiny new dashboard, but beneath that “oooh” of rearranged features there’s a rather long list of currently known issues that you may encounter should you opt-in for the update. Read it below and then decide whether or not you’re game for the risk. (Get it, ‘game’? Never mind.) Games and Apps: The following are known issues with specific titles on the initial New Xbox One Experience updates. Games Failing to Launch: The following games … Read More »

In November the New Xbox One Experience update is you to be launched on the Xbox One. This is set to include a host of new features and abilities on the Xbox. Some of these new features include the long awaited backwards compatibility and integration with Windows 10. The head of engineering at Microsoft, Mike Ybarra, has been talking about the update in the latest installment of Major Nelson Radio. Ybarra said that in testing, carrying out certain tasks happened a lot faster and that some “popular gaming features” ran up to 50% faster. It didn’t specify which features this … Read More »

Listening to the latest MNR (Major Nelson Radio) I got to hear Director of Program Management for the Xbox and Windows Platform, Mike Ybarra talk about the upcoming November Update, also known as the New Xbox One Experience (NXOE) Many things were mentioned, and here are some of them: The most active people in the preview program will get the invite to try the NXOE. They’re gonna start with a smaller group but they want to expand this as time moves on. The thing the team has focused on most is making the UI superfast and responsive. The Windows 10 … Read More »

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