It has been over six months since Microsoft released its next generation game console, the Xbox One. Millions of units have already been shipped out around the globe and the community’s size swells with each passing day. Microsoft’s Larry Hryb a.k.a Major Nelson reveals that one of the most requested community features is the ability to view Xbox One data on Xbox.com. The company has listened and responded accordingly.

Microsoft has confirmed that starting next week, Xbox One owners will be able to view their Achievements, profile, game clips, followers and friends on Xbox.com. This is the first batch of data that will be available from the website, over the coming months it would be expanded to include other data from the console as well.

Enhancements will be made to this, and Major Nelson promises that Activity Feed and other features are on the way. In the meantime Xbox One owners can access the aforementioned data through the Xbox.com website.

The website itself looks a bit different from the existing Xbox.com, this refresh will bring its appearance in line with the Xbox One dashboard, so it would be a familiar look and feel for the users.

Microsoft says these features mark the beginning “of a number of community requested features on Xbox.com,” and that we should expect more to come over the next few months.

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