After arriving late, he faced the Xbox Series X | S, just like its PlayStation 5 counterpart, was in short supply immediately after its launch. However, this wouldn’t be the only problem Microsoft’s next-generation console faced, as the new wireless controller built specifically for it showed problems that ruined the experience of many gamers. Microsoft has acknowledged these issues and promised a fix, and one of them appears to have been included in the Xbox System Update of March.
The new Xbox Wireless Controller has changed a few things inside and out, although none of them seem to warrant the problems that users reported. These problems range from sudden disconnection between the console and controller to some buttons suddenly becoming unresponsive.
Microsoft has endorsed both reports and promised to fix them. All that remains is, in fact, to wait a word when those reforms arrive. According to Jason Ronald, Director of Program Management for Xbox Series X, this fix was already included in the March update for the console that was announced just a few days ago.
In fact, it only mentions the disconnect problem as being addressed and not the unresponsive buttons. It remains to be seen if it actually fixes these issues for affected players but we might not hear about them until a few days later. It’s funny how the blog post announcing the update doesn’t even mention those important details.
March update Instead, it focuses on support for the Xbox Wireless Headset that will come alongside the accessory’s launch on March 16th. It also offers a toggle for Auto HDR and FPS Boost, allowing players to choose whether or not to optimize anything, depending on which game they are using. Re-play. Other new features include a return of achievements to the Xbox mobile app and the departure of OneGuide’s TV Listings on Xbox One.