A new Xbox One update has been pushed out for preview members

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Xbox One update

If you’re an Xbox One preview member, you should be receiving, if you haven’t already an Xbox One update.

Just recently, Microsoft launched Game Pass to everyone who wasn’t a gold member (pun intended) whereas if you were a gold member, you got first glance towards the end of May. Now, something new has surfaced as far as an Xbox One update goes. If you’re an Xbox One preview member, you should be receiving, if you haven’t already, an Xbox One update that has some new features and bug fixes here and there for the June update. This Xbox One update started back on June 1st, with the OS version listed as: rs2_release_xbox_1706.170526-2218. If you aren’t running on that yet, check your updates. This update will include an update to Mixer, Xbox’s livestreaming application, profile linking to Xbox One controllers, and a small update to your profile. At the moment, this update is only for alpha (Mixer) and beta members along with some of these features aren’t fully available in this update.

A quick glance at what’s new in this Xbox One update:

Co-streaming

You can now invite a friend to combine their game broadcast with yours! Sign in with an account that has an Xbox Live Gold subscription and invite a friend to your party. Once you’ve begun broadcasting your game from the Guide, you’ll be able to select “Invite party to co-stream” from the Party tab. Co-streaming is currently available only to Alpha Insiders, so we’d suggest using the Insider forums to sync up with other Alpha Insiders to test out this feature.

Learn more about co-streaming and other features new to Mixer here, and be sure to complete the “Invite to Co-Stream” Quest and Survey in the Xbox Insiders Hub to provide your feedback!

Controller Linking

Signing into your Xbox account can now be done with a click of the Xbox button thanks to the new controller linking feature! You can now link an account to a specific controller by opening the Guide, navigating to Settings > Account > Sign-in, security & passkey and selecting the “This controller signs in…” option followed by “Link controller.” From there, test the feature out for yourself by signing out of your account and then turning your controller off and then back on.

Find more detailed steps and provide your thoughts on this feature by accepting the “Link Your Controller” Quest in the Xbox Insider Hub!

Here’s the rest of the update list to preview so you guys won’t have to look it up.

Profile

When a signed out user is selected in the Guide, the e-mail address associated with their account will now display under their profile. When the user is signed in, their account will also display under their profile on Home. This feature is enabled by default for adult accounts, and disabled for child accounts. Adult accounts can disable this feature by navigating to Settings > Account > Sign-in, security & passkey.

FIXES:

Windows Sonic

Fixed an issue which could cause distorted sounds and audio glitches when Windows Sonic is enabled.

Skype UWP

Fixed issues which could sometimes cause the Skype UWP to crash during use.

Mixer

Fixed an issue which sometimes caused the virtual keyboard to lose focus (preventing text from being entered).

KNOWN ISSUES:

Party Chat

When initiating a party chat session, the “Connecting” icon may never disappear and the party will fail to connect.

Workaround: Create a new party and invite party members.

Audio

When using Windows Sonic or Dolby Atmos for headphones, you may hear static in the audio. This issue is being investigated by the development team.

Games & Apps

Game and app tiles may sometimes not be visible in Games & Apps.

Mixer

• After dismissing the virtual keyboard, attempting to relaunch the virtual keyboard may fail.

• When switching games while broadcasting with Mixer, the stream freezes and doesn’t allow the user to close or restart the broadcast.

Workaround: Restart the console.

If you’re part of the alpha or beta portion, have you received the update yet? If so, how are the new features and bug fixes holding up? Let us know by leaving your comments down below, or on Google+, Facebook, or Twitter.

  Source: dualshockers
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