Only a preview had been rolled out to a select few recently, but starting today the Xbox One March update is going to be rolled out for every single owner of Microsoft’s new gaming console. This happens to be the second most significant system update for the console. It fixes quite a few issues that irked users and also brings a few improvements. The much awaited Twitch gameplay streaming support has finally been added, Xbox One is ready for the updated Twitch app which lands on March 11th. Gamers simply have to say “Xbox broadcast” and the console will start sharing.
Xbox One March update brings friends list front and center on the homepage of Friends app. Chat audio and party chat are both turned on by default, with the latter having been separated from people playing game, thus allowing the user to just chat with friends who are online or with all of the people they’re playing a game with.
A new “Invite friends to game” option has been added, available only for multiplayer titles, it lets gamers set up multiplayer battles much more easily. Other improvements include the addition of 5.1 Dolby Digital as well as support for Dolby Digital surround sound over HDMI. The Xbox One live TV app now supports 50Hz output for fill or full modes and fixes frame rate issues that plagued users in Europe.