Microsoft’s Windows 10-powered New Xbox One Experience rolls out Nov. 12

27 Oct 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Microsoft’s Windows 10-powered New Xbox One Experience rolls out Nov. 12.

During the Halo 5: Guardians launch on Monday night, Microsoft announced the Windows 10-powered new Xbox One Experience (NXOE) rolls out Thursday, November 12.By this time in a console’s life the ability, or not, to play games from the format’s predecessor has usually become irrelevant, but Microsoft’s backwards compatibility plans have earned them a lot of goodwill with fans.

Testers have had the new preview for some time now, and they discovered Cortana, Microsoft’s digital personal assistant, hiding in the settings menu. It’s also worth bearing in mind that the backwards compatibly seen so far, in games like Rare Replay, hasn’t been that great – with lot of minor technical problems. You may read our impressions with an early version of the NXOE right here, or you may watch our video below: We’ll have to wait and see if this update pushes the Xbox One ahead of Sony’s PlayStation 4 in terms of usability. While the Xbox has had voice-powered features for a while via Kinect, adding Cortana offers helpful cross-platform integration features, such as viewing reminders on an Xbox One that were made on a Windows 10 PC, Cortana for Android, or a Windows 10 phone.

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