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An Xbox One without a Blu-ray drive is currently being tested as well, but it's not clear if this one will make it to market

Most new software is buggy at launch (and beyond), but that's what updates are for. Thankfully, an insider has confirmed that an Xbox One update is coming in March -- and if you haven't bought one yet, there will be new versions of the console later this year.
 
The report said the Xbox One dashboard update would address software issues in features like the Xbox Live service (such as the "usability and placement" of social features of Xbox Live) and party-chat as well as a number of other system fixes.
 
The Verge also said that Microsoft would sell a white Xbox One by October – it had previously been reserved for employees only.

 
In the rumor mill, it's been said that a 1TB version of the Xbox One could be released in November. Not only that, but an Xbox One without a Blu-ray drive is currently being tested as well, but it's not clear if this one will make it to market. 
 
The report also talks about a limited edition Titanfall Xbox One console, even providing the following image. But there's no confirmation on that release, either. 
 


[SOURCE: The Verge]

Earlier this month, Larry Hryb, Microsoft’s director of programming for Xbox Live, said that the company is committed to improving Xbox One's operating system to make it increasingly user-friendly. The upcoming major update looks like baby steps in that direction, and the offering of new console versions is likely to attract new customers. 

Source: The Verge





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