Earlier this year at E3, Microsoft announced a major update to the Xbox LIVE dashboard, and while the update hasn’t been released yet, it looks like they’re ready to give the public a preview of what the update is going to be like. The company has just announced on its official Xbox blog that they’re putting the update through a preview phase and is looking for potential guinea pigs to test it and weed out all the bugs before it’s released to the public.
Just in case you’re unsure of what the Xbox LIVE update will bring, it includes an overhauled UI for integrated Kinect and controller navigation, New Beacons to play online with friends, Deeper Facebook integration, New Cloud Storage for Game Saves and your Xbox LIVE Profile, with more features to be included during the program. If you’re keen on taking part in the program, head here.
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