A new Xbox 360 system update is rolling out for fans of the popular Microsoft gaming console. The update will start rolling out from today onwards. The company has informed that the update would be mandatory and it is still not clear how large the update would be in terms of file size.
It is expected that users who log into Live will be forced to logout for applying the update. The update is expected to bring an end for some issues being reported by users on the current console software version including
- Incorrect playlist displayed from Xbox SmartGlass.
- Issues with Xbox Video closed-captioning and
- Xbox Music.
Xbox 360 users will have to accept this mandatory update and then apply it on their device for getting back online. The report was first published by Major Nelson of Xbox 360. The report stated whenever user signs in to their Xbox Live; they will be prompted with a message asking them for accepting this mandatory update. However those who are already signed in to Xbox Live will be signed out and then prompted for accepting the update. Once accepted, users can be back online within a few moments.
Xbox 360 is one of the top selling gaming consoles across the world. Microsoft is repeatedly bringing in updates to the console for maintaining user satisfaction and sustaining its market share amidst stiff competition from PS3 and Nintendo’s latest Wii U. It is only recently that Halo 4 Map Packs shipping dates were leaked.