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Xbox One Updates to Add Features, Prepare for Titanfall

Posted on Wednesday, February 5 @ 09:00:00 PST by Alex_Osborn

Two system updates are coming to Xbox One, Microsoft has confirmed. One improves the console's feature set, the other paves the way for Respawn's upcoming first-person shooter.

The first update, which is set to arrive February 11th, improves Xbox Live's party system, Kinect voice commands, and overall system stability. It also adds the ability to manage your console's storage space, use a USB keyboard, and even check on you controller's battery status. Nifty!

Then, on March 4th, a second update will roll out, paving the way for Titanfall. Microsoft has yet to detail exactly what is included in this update aside from some party and multiplayer system improvements, so stay tuned for more information.
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