Xbox One News

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One of the best additions in the upcoming August patch is the feature which finally enables 3D Blu-ray playback, this means the in-build Blu-ray player in conjunction with a 3D TV can allow you to watch the latest movies in sharp scrip 3D. Great if you have a suitable Xbox One TV. Activity feeds have also been improved; this includes new ways for you to interact with buddies through your activity feed.  The interface has been updated into a single column scrolling list that is much longer. They plan to add the ability to post text to your feed, and to “like” and comment on other users feed items. This means you can now share in-game video clips either publicly or privately using the private messaging system. You will now also be notified if anyone likes, comments on anything in your feed, this makes the whole process a lot more engaging. The new activity feeds also include an expanded friend’s area on your Home-screen. This makes it much easier to see your friends online at a glance. This includes top games played, Gamerscore leader board and also their current activity. Microsoft have also added mobile purchase, this was one of…
There are rumours spreading around the internet today that finally Microsoft may be listening to its users and are planning to remove the Xbox One Gold Restrictions surrounding streaming media apps on its marketplace. Up to now it has been a requirement for users to have paid the Xbox Live Gold subscription fee before being able to access streaming media such as Netflix, however it’s now expected that just shortly before E3 they will announce that this restriction is to be lifted. If I am honest then it’s always surprised me that Microsoft ever charged for access but then again it might even be the main reason some users subscribe, it is good news for those who currently subscribe to Netflix because their recent price changes did make it a little more expensive than it once was but at least now the Gold side of things is now optional. Microsoft’s  Xbox Live service is available in two models the first a free “light” service and secondly a subscription-based service, known as Xbox Live Free and Xbox Live Gold respectively, with most features such as online gaming restricted to the Gold service. In the past the free service has been known…
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