The recent Xbox One Preview build revolves around the Clubs, Xbox One S controllers and the Xbox Store
The members of Xbox One Preview are being provided with a new build just recently. It addresses a range of problems and issues that were affecting the Clubs, controller firmware, and the Xbox Store. Like always, the update rolled out for all the enrolled consoles at 6 P.M. PDT/ 9 P.M. EDT.
For the gamers who use the Instant On mode of Xbox One, the update will start downloading automatically to their consoles. For manually installing the build, users will, to check of the update, need to navigate to the:
All Settings > System > Console Info & Updates
Following is what the recently made changes in the Xbox One Preview release look like.
- OS version released: rs1_xbox_rel_1610.161009-1900
- Available: at 6 P.M. PDT on October 12th (1 A.M. GMT October 13)
The following fixes are available now:
- Clubs- while viewing Clubs, gamers should no longer see an option to begin a Club Party if they are not a member of that Club.
- Store- the option for installing an app or a game should no longer be visible on corresponding Store page if the said app or game is already installed.
- Controller Firmware- the latest firmware update recently has been made available for the Xbox One S controllers. For downloading the firmware update, gamers can connect their Xbox One S controller with the console to navigate through Settings > Kinect & Devices.
- Installation- the Xbox 360 backward compatible gaming titles fail to be installed from game discs.
- Clubs- while attempting to remove any Club member from the Club, the removal usually fails to complete. Additionally, when a Club admin attempts at removing any Club member, they may end up removing themselves from Club (the Club owners are supposed to remain unaffected). Also, the club invites sometimes may show up in Friends list in the Guide and might be displayed or counted.
- Store- while browsing through the Store, certain applications may be found missing for gamers with their consoles set to Singapore region (en-sg or zh-sg). Workaround: for finding a specific app, gamers can use the search function of the Store.