Microsoft To Upgrade Xbox One's Home, Guide, And Co-Pilot: Gold February 2017 Update; Tekken 7 Confirmed!

Jan 23, 2017 10:27 PM EST | Jayde Marvynne Zamora

Microsoft has confirmed upgrade for Xbox One as part of the Windows 10 Creators Update and release of the upcoming roster of free games for February 2017. Microsoft's upcoming update for both software and games aims to outshine its competitors.

Microsoft's Xbox One Update. The upcoming update is to focus on upgrading the Home screen, Guide, and Co-pilot system. This update if part of Xbox's Insider Program according to PC World. Today, this upgrade is the first take of Microsoft in incorporating Creators Update for Xbox One which has been applied previously to PC and phone.

The upgrade's focus on basic functionality aims to improve the Xbox One's interface for the meantime. But fans should not worry about this since more update such as Game Mode, Beam Streaming Integration, and Arena are coming on the way.

Meanwhile, the games for Gold February 2017 has finally been revealed. According to Express, Microsoft will more likely release the new game roster on Monday or Tuesday. This is to make sure announcement will be made ahead before Sony reveals its PlayStation Plus February 2017 which is usually done on Wednesday.

Microsoft has announced four games so far, two for Xbox One, and two for Xbox 360. All will be backward compatible and are playable on Microsoft's next-gen gaming machine. So far, the line-up for Microsoft's Gold February 2017 is a mystery. Microsoft has not revealed any clue, or any leaks surfacing on the internet.

In other news, Tekken 7 is officially confirmed for Xbox One and PC. The game is said to be released on June 2 according to Windows Central. Tekken 7 is now open for pre-order, and fans who purchased the game ahead of the release date will receive an early access to Eliza which is the vampire character.

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