Xbox One System Software Update in Preview Fixes Backwards Compatibility Multiplayer Issues

on June 27, 2015 4:11 PM

Today Microsoft released a brand new update to the system software of the Xbox One for members of the preview program. The update is numbered xb_rel_1507.150623-2200 and focuses on fixing multiplayer issues with the backwards compatibility, that is already available for preview members, but won’t be released publicly before the holiday season.

Below you can see the patch notes, posted by Program Manager Emily Hanson on the private preview forums:

DETAILS
OS version released: xb_rel_1507.150623-2200
Available: 6:00PM PT 6/26 (2AM GMT 27/6) 

CHANGES

  • Fix to address multiplayer issues reported by the community in Backward Compatibility titles.

If you’re not part of the preview program, but would like to help testing the system software, you can mention it in the comments (including your gamertag), and another reader might be able to send you an invite.

Keep in mind that this is a beta testing program, so you understand and accept the responsibility for any issue caused to your console. The purpose of the preview program is to make the launch of each patch smoother for everyone else, and not just to get a sneak peek on future updates.

 /  Executive News Editor
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