Look out for the Xbox holiday update, which is beginning to roll out new features such as Clubs, Looking for Group, Achievement Rarity, Group Messaging and more to the broader Xbox community on the Xbox App for Windows 10 and on Xbox One.
Xbox Live becomes even more social as gamers can now unite across devices, with gamer-created and managed groups that can help you meet people and grow communities of gamers who love the same things you do.
Club members can set up parties, play games, share content and easily communicate using voice and text chat with the Club across Xbox One and the Xbox app on Windows 10.
There is no update available for the iOS app just yet, but as Mike Ybarra has confirmed that the iOS app will be updated soon:
The Xbox app for iOS will update soon, it’s still going through Apple’s pipeline. https://t.co/TWUdLEVMcW
— Mike Ybarra (@XboxQwik) November 10, 2016
While it doesn’t contain everything that you’ll see on Windows 10, there is a subset of features available for now: “Join Xbox Live Clubs to interact with like-minded gamers,” “Use Looking for Group (LFG) to find a party to play a game, and “Stay connected with multi-user conversations in Group Messaging.”
Those on Windows 10 PCs or phone can expect the updated features to hit their Xbox app starting today. Xbox One owners can expect their system to also update starting today with the new features.
Xbox One Backward Compatibility turn one-year-old this weekend on November 12, that was launched as part of the New Xbox One Experience, and bring your favorite Xbox 360 titles to Xbox One catalog so you can continue to enjoy the Xbox 360 games you own at no additional cost.
The company is adding two more Xbox 360 games Scarygirl and Skate 3 to the list that already has over 280 compatible games. The company notes, “the list hit the milestone of 200 titles in June, and then reached 250 in September.”
Further, according to Xbox team, the community gameplay of more than 210 million hours was logged.