Xbox One System Update Rolling Out, Tweaks Edge Browser
Latest system patch to introduce various bug fixes across system.
A new Xbox One firmware update is due to roll out from 6am Pacific on Wednesday December 9, Microsoft has announced.
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The new console update will introduce various bug fixes across the system, particularly with the Edge browser. Larry Hryb, Xbox's longstanding communications executive, revealed on Twitter that the latest firmware update will not introduce any new system features.
At the time of going to press, it is not clear how big the update will be. According to those who previewed the beta build earlier in December, it weighed around 360MB.
An Xbox One system update is going out today containing stability and bug fixes. No new features in this update. pic.twitter.com/EFe6683U0y— Larry Hryb (@majornelson) December 9, 2015
The latest key application added to Xbox One is the Sky Go player in the UK, which gives users the chance to watch Sky TV through their console in another room or home.
As part of its Game of the Year series, GameSpot has published a 2015 report card that reviews all the key changes made to Xbox One throughout the year. You can read it here.
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