While some Xbox One owners have been previewing the opt-in “New Xbox One Experience” version of the new operating system, the experience has been somewhat buggy, and reverting back to the original image wipes out the console clean. But it’s all on the name of improving the software, after all of the intensive testing every major bug will be worked out and will get Windows 10 on Xbox One ready for primetime. Key features expected to release with the November 12th update are:

Redesign UI similar to the Xbox app on Windows 10. We go back to the vertical-scrolling, although side-scrolling will continue to be present. Backwards compatibility with Xbox 360 games. Performance and speed improvements across the console. Social improvements with the new Community area. Changes on Notifications, Friends, and Messages. Redesign OneGuide to become the single place to find TV, movies, and video apps. Cortana for Xbox One will release sometime in 2016.

Microsoft has previously said that there will be over 100 Xbox 360 games titles ready to be played on Xbox One when the NXOE update releases, including Mass Effect, Gears of War games, Jetpac Refuelled, and many more. The company has also promised that the new experience will be much faster and it will have a closer integration with Windows 10. All content on this site is provided with no warranties, express or implied. Use any information at your own risk. Always backup of your device and files before making any changes. Privacy policy info.