Xbox One Update: On Profile Pictures, Streaming, and Tournaments

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The latest Xbox One update adds the ability to co-stream a "multi-view experience" with friends to other viewers around the world as part of the Mixer app. For those unfamiliar with what Co-Streaming is, it basically allows you and your friends or family members to broadcast what you're all doing simultaneously. "And given that you frequently see Xbox One S and PS4 Slim discounted to $249, or at $299 with a good game bundled, the perceived price for both is $250, regardless of the sticker price". Granted, you'll have to pay $500 to get a hold of one, but for some avid gamers that want the best 4K experience out there, it'll certainly be worth it.

Lastly, Microsoft will also be updating the Xbox App on iOS and Android. The Xbox One backwards compatibility feature is based on "software emulation" making these titles less candidate to stay in the feature. To which Spencer simply responded, "Still on track for November 7". First, go to the Club you'd like to create an Arena tournament for, and select the Tournaments tab.

In another attempt to personalise Xbox One controllers, players can now link a specific controller to an Xbox Live profile for "easy, automatic sign-in". Otherwise, players will need to purchase and manually download the game. For active matches, you can see who is streaming, and with a button click you can launch Mixer to watch.

With this update, Xbox Game Pass subscribers can now browse the titles in their subscription through the Xbox app. If you have an Xbox Game Pass subscription, go to the drawer and select "Store", then swipe over to the "Xbox Game Pass" pivot and you can see the list of featured Game Pass titles or use the provided filters to find a game you are interested in. Nintendo has managed to make a solid comeback, and many are looking to release new titles and more updates before the year ends. Subscription services are already at play with PS (ps now & plus) which I suspect will be further built on and Nintendo has already announced a subscription service for Switch. Users can invite friends to co-stream and/or join others in co-streaming sessions, all from within the Xbox One system. You can easily turn off Chat Bubbles by going to "Settings", selecting the "Notifications" tab located at the top, and disable Chat Bubbles.