Speaking of PC gamers, if you hated the XBox controller and wish you could just use a keyboard, now you can! The update will allow USB keyboards to be plugged into the console.
Kinect will be seeing a boost with Whitter stating there will be “continuous improvements to the quality of Kinect voice so commands become more fluid and responsive over time.”
Updates themselves will be easier to manage since players will now see a boot progress indicator when content is loading, you can also rearrange the order XBox One content will load with ease.
The lack of an easy to see controller battery power indicator caused much distress within the XBox One community, and in response you will be able to now see when your controller is going to die right on your home screen.
View and control your storage space like never before with an improved installation screen, complete with a movable lineup and download queue. The new separation of “My Games” and “My Apps” makes having two separate queues for them simple as well.
But what about the developers?
It’s a rare situation for a system update to achieve such high approval from the entire community, but its clear XBox One has been listening to their fans. More features and changes from the update will continue to be reported in the coming weeks as information is release so check back often.