This is going to add some truly useful features, including a battery indicator for the controller (finally), support for USB keyboards and some storage management features (presumably so you can see how little hard drive you have left after downloading 13GB updates). However, on 4 March, we're getting a second system update colloquially being called "countdown to Titanfall".In case you've been living under a gaming rock, Titanfall is being touted as the must-have game for the Xbox One (even though it's also available for 360 and PC).Whole games can be downloaded with less damage done to bandwidth and storage space than that. Maybe it says more about the quality of my net connection at home than anything else, but I'm not exactly excited about downloading data for game content I'm not actually intending to buy.The patch, , not only included a bunch of important fixes (such as achievements not unlocking) and new features (such as impulse trigger support) it also, according to the press release, contained "content for DLC chapters three and four". So I got curious – if the 13GB update is only data for chapters three and four, then how big is the download for the first chapter DLC, Operation Broken Eagle? The response took a while — eight days after my initial request — and it wasn't quite what I was looking for.They work to ensure that anyone can access the best educational resources from the web anytime, anywhere, even if they do not have an internet connection.Click below to let us know you read this article, and wiki How will donate to World Possible on your behalf.Now I get that Dead Rising 3 is a third party game, but it's an exclusive title and given the game's commitment to using as many of the new Xbox One features as possible, it's not unlikely that Microsoft had a bit of say in the development cycle.
So does the system download items even when its not turned on??
That's a weird response from Microsoft given that, as soon as Operation Broken Eagle was available for download, I got my colleague Seamus (the current keeper of the Xbox One) to check how big the download was. So now I'm even more confused — was the content for Operation Broken Eagle included in the 13GB update after all?
If so, why wouldn't Microsoft just say that, when it was already being open about having content from Chapters three and four in there?
Back towards the end of January, Microsoft announced an update for the Xbox One exclusive Dead Rising 3.
At 13GB, this was a massive update by anyone's standards. It's the last two parts of a projected four chapters of DLC that'll cost you US for a 'season pass' or US individually.
There will even be a few who have no interest in playing multiplayer at all, as blasphemous as that might sound.