Xbox One Dashboard: Erste Patchnotes zum öffentlichen Anniversary Update

Das Xbox One Dashboard Anniversary Update ist ab dem 02. August 2016 erhältlich und hier gibt es eine erste Liste mit Details zu den Features.

Falls ihr wissen möchtet, welche Features euch ab dem 02. August 2016 mit dem neuen Xbox One Dashboard Anniversary Update begrüßen, dann solltet ihr euch die folgenden Patchnotes genauer anschauen. Ab Dienstag wird das Update dann weltweit nach und nach in sämtlichen Regionen ausgerollt.


Cortana available in the U.S. and UK:

  • Talk to Cortana on your Xbox One with your headset or Kinect. To start, just say „Hey Cortana“ or launch the Cortana app. If you’re not sure what to say, try „Hey Cortana, what can I say?“
  • If you’re using Kinect, turn on your console by saying, „Hey Cortana, Xbox on.“

Background music:

  • Music apps will now be able to play music in the background. In an app that supports background music, just start some music. You’ll be able to switch to other apps and games while the music plays.
  • After starting your music: To play, pause, skip, and adjust music volume from anywhere, double-tap the Xbox button to open the guide, choose Multitasking, then select your music controls.
  • The app must support background music. An updated Pandora app in the U.S. is the first app to support background music—and more are coming soon.

My games & apps:

  • Your stuff is closer. From Home, move right and select My games & apps.
  • In My games & apps, there are new sorting options.
  • „Ready to Install“ has its own area, so you can quickly find the games and apps you’ve purchased but haven’t installed.
  • Game and app updates will show up in their own area, when available.
  • The queue area now tells you what’s been recently installed in addition to what’s in your queue.

Language & location settings:

  • You can now choose your location separately from your system language. To change your language and location, double-tap the Xbox button to open the guide, select Settings > All settings, then choose System > Language & location.
  • All languages aren’t available for all locations. When you choose a language that isn’t usually associated with your location, most of the system will be in your chosen language, but you may see a mix of languages in areas like Store or online content.

Top PC games on Xbox Live:

  • Top PC games now have game hubs on Xbox Live. Whether you’re on PC, Xbox, or mobile, you’ll see what PC games your friends are playing, share PC game clips and screenshots, and message friends on Xbox Live. On Xbox One and Windows 10 PCs, you can join a party chat with your friends no matter what they’re doing.

New Store:

  • Xbox Store and the Windows Store have come together, making the shopping experience more streamlined. From Home, move right to Store to start browsing all content.
  • Preorders now get charged closer to game launch instead of at time of purchase. You can also cancel and change your payment option for preorders anytime at account.microsoft.com.
  • Customers in the U.S., Switzerland, Norway, Italy, Germany, and Finland can now use mobile operator billing to make purchases. Customers in China can now use China Union Pay.

Find Facebook friends:

  • Live accounts. In the guide, go to the Friends tab, then choose Friends > Suggestions. Select Find Facebook friends and follow the steps. Your Facebook friends that have done the same will start showing up in your suggestions.

Control automatic sharing:

  • You can now choose to automatically share your achievements, screenshots, and game clips to your activity feed. To change your sharing settings, go to Settings > Preferences > Activity feed.

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  1. MuddaTui 54385 XP Nachwuchsadmin 6+ | 31.07.2016 - 06:58 Uhr

    Das wichtigste für mich an Neuerungen ist die Hintergrund Musik und dabei über USB Stick. Abwartend setze ich meine Hoffnung auf die neue Groove-Music App. Ich mag keine Senderlisten erstellen mit dem ewig gleichen Mainstream Quark, sondern meiner eigenen Mucke lauschen. Am liebsten Cloud Streaming via Mediaplayer, ohne den PC laufen zu lassen. Aber das bleibt wohl ein Wunschtraum.

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    • Gexgo73 0 XP Neuling | 31.07.2016 - 08:56 Uhr

      eigene Mucke? sag bloß du machst deine Musik selbst?

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      • DerJoker 4235 XP Beginner Level 2 | 31.07.2016 - 09:22 Uhr

        Klar. Pfeifen und das als Hintergrundmusik abspielen! Das ist der einzige Grund für Musik im Hintergrund. 😉 *Ironie*

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    • Cerjar 32315 XP Bobby Car Bewunderer | 31.07.2016 - 22:54 Uhr

      Cloud Streaming kannst Du doch in Groove übers OneDrive machen.

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