Xbox One updates to continue in February
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More ability to customize your home screen

Microsoft plans to start the next round of update to the Xbox One in February. The plans for the February pack of updates include a number of updates, but perhaps the biggest news is the addition of “tile transparency” which allows you to see more of your custom background.

Download confusion cleared up for Xbox One owners
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Digital-purchases remain playable even if removed

Microsoft has confirmed that Xbox One owners do not have to fear the possibility of their digital purchases disappearing, even if they are pulled from the Xbox Store. Like on the Xbox 360, if a title is pulled from the Xbox Store, those that have purchased it will still be available for the original purchase to download again.

Turtle Rock confirms Evolve is gold
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Beta for Xbox One starts January 15th

Turtle Rock and publisher 2K have confirmed that Evolve has gone gold and had been sent out to replication. The game will release in February as previously announced.

SDK leaked for Xbox One
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Will it get unsigned code running

The hacker group H4LT is claiming responsibility for leaking the Xbox One SDK documentation. The SDK offers significant documentation about the hardware and software used on the Xbox One. It is unknown if it will help get unsigned code running on the console.

Xbox One to add Sling TV
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First console to get it

Microsoft is partnering with Sling TV to add its Video-On-Demand service to the Xbox One platform. The Sling TV service which is backed by DISH, delivers a variety of channels for $20 per month.

Revamped Avatars coming for Xbox One
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Better graphics and more functionality

While Microsoft has more planned improvements coming for the user interface on the Xbox One, the company is also planning new Avatars to take advantage of the new hardware.

VR headset well into development
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Microsoft is targeting production for 2015

While we can’t get a real handle on when Microsoft might reveal the VR headset that they have had in development, we have learned from our sources that it is well into development and some selected developers already have developmental prototypes.

Xbox One developers have access to 7th core
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May require cuts to Kinect voice commands

A leak from the Xbox One Software Development Kit that was revealed by H4LT, indicates that developers have access to a seventh core on the Xbox One that is normally reserved for Kinect and voice command features.

Is being released for about everything else

02 December 2014

Xbox One beats PS4 bad

Black Friday sales go to Microsoft