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Tuesday, 08 July 2014 07:44

Xbox One July update almost ready to roll

Written by David Stellmack

Should be released in the next couple of days

Microsoft’s Major Nelson has confirmed that the July system update for the Xbox One is almost ready to be released and it should start being pushed out in the next couple of days.

The July update for the Xbox One brings the new Snap to Achievements feature as the big new get here. We have to admit that this is going to be one of the most useful enhancements for those achievement hunters out there. Beyond that, the July updates are said to be focused on the user and have a number of improvements to the menu system and navigation that make it more comfortable and easier to use.

With the July updates almost ready for release, one has to wonder what the August updates might include. We do know that Minecraft for Xbox One is coming in August, but so far no word on what we can expect to be part of the August update.

 

David Stellmack

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