Microsoft Prepping Two Xbox One Updates

Microsoft is keeping its promise to make the Xbox One better. To do this, the company is rolling out two brand new updates in the next two months that will add features consumers have been demanding since launch, as well as prepare the console for an upcoming release.

The first update arrives on February 11, adding some features that should have been available at launch. Once released, you’ll be able to see how much battery life is left in your controller, as an indicator will be added to the home screen that can easily be viewed.  You’ll also be able to plug in a USB keyboard and use it on the Xbox One.

Probably the most important feature in this update is the ability to see and manage your storage space. You can control your install lineup ensuring that what’s most important to you is downloaded first.  My Games and My Apps have also been separated into different queues, making it easier to pick the order that you want your content to load. A boot progress indicator will help you track updates as you load, as well.

The second update will launch March 4 and will prepare the system for the rise of Titanfall.  This includes adding new features that will be improving Xbox One’s party and multiplayer systems.  Microsoft will share more information on this update in the near future.

You can check out all of the new features for the updates right here.