Microsoft Xbox One update preview soon to start rolling out to selected members

Xbox One complete system (console, kinect, and controller)

Later in March, Microsoft will be releasing a major Xbox One system update, but the company today is inviting selected Xbox Live community members to preview the March system update before it becomes available to everyone.

According to the company the beta release is to test the update, gain user feedback to close bugs, and deliver a stable version of the software. The select group of Xbox Live members will start receiving an invitation code in their accounts, which then has to be utilized to complete the Xbox One system update preview registration.

The selected participants will start getting the beta March update next week along with the new features, which include improve multiplayer and party on Xbox One. A recent players list will come forward in the update and more.

What is really important to note is that once registered, participants are also signing up automatically for future preview (beta) releases.

Recently Microsoft also released an Xbox One update mainly to add the highly requested storage control, battery life indicator to the home screen, and the ability to control content downloads. But seeing a new update is on the horizon shows that Microsoft is trying to improve the console quicker than previous consoles.

Source Microsoft

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