About a couple of weeks ago, it was revealed that some of the Xbox 360’s features such as themes and custom background settings in the dashboard could be arriving for Microsoft’s Xbox One console in the near future. Well the good news is that you won’t have to wait too long because according to Microsoft, those features will be arriving in the November update.

Now Microsoft had recently released an update for the Xbox One and safe to say that the custom backgrounds were not part of it, but come next month that feature will be available to gamers. Gamers will be able to choose from pictures that they have unlocked via achievements, or upload a custom image of their own.

The November update will also allow users to link their Twitter account to their Xbox One account and share your clips via social media. The update is also expected to introduce some improvements to the console, such as being able to snap the Internet Explorer app, improvements made to gamers’ Profile where your location and bio can be displayed at your choosing, and there is also a new Showcase feature that allows gamers to display their unlocked achievements on their profile page.

Unfortunately it is unclear as to when the update will be released, but given that the latest update was only recently released, we’re guessing that it won’t be anytime soon, but gamers should expect a timeframe in November anyway. In the meantime you can check out what the update has to offer in the video above.

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