New Xbox One System Software Update in Preview Fixes Tournaments, Game Sorting and More

Microsoft brings fixes to Xbox One system software preview users with a new build.

May 7, 2017

Today Microsoft announced the release of a new build of the Xbox One system software update currently available to registered preview members.

The update, numbered rs2_release_xbox_1705.170505-1900, brings fixes to the sorting of games and apps, the new Tournaments feature, and more.

Below you can read the full update notes, directly from the private preview forums.


OS version released: rs2_release_xbox_1705.170505-1900

Available: 2:00PM PDT 5/7 (9:00PM GMT 7/5)


Games and Apps

• Fixed an issue which could cause games and apps to sort alphabetically when using “Sort by last used” or “Sort by last update”.

• Certain games should no longer appear in the Apps section while they are installing.

• Resolved an issue which could sometimes cause uninstalled games to display as installed in the Games category.

• Localization

Miscellaneous localization fixes and improvements.

• Tournaments

Fixed an issue which could sometimes prevent users from participating in Tournaments.

Preview updates are available exclusively to select preview members, and at the moment we don’t know yet when these changes will affect the general Xbox One user base.

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