Microsoft has released a patch for its upcoming Xbox One and PlayStation 4 versions of its console that brings improvements to the game-purchasing process.
As of Tuesday, the patch allows players to sign up for an account, set up a username and password, download the first DLC pack and begin the download process.
The new version of the Xbox One includes a new feature that will automatically download new DLC updates from the PlayStation Store when you connect your console to your Xbox One.
This means you can begin playing the game without having to go through the hassle of manually downloading DLC and then re-downloading it.
As for the PlayStation 4, it also adds new functionality.
Players will now be able to customize the console’s UI.
This includes the ability to add custom games, add your own settings, and adjust some settings such as the brightness level.
There are also a couple of other tweaks that are currently not available on the Xbox version.
While the patch is a welcome addition to Xbox One owners, it’s unclear if Microsoft will roll out a patch to PS4 owners.
While the company has confirmed the PS4 version of its game-playing software will receive a patch on March 17, the Xbox team has yet to share any information on the PSN version of their service.
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