Xbox One, Microsoft's next-gen console, is getting better with the passage of time. The company recently released the New Xbox One Experience update that also brought the backward compatibility feature into the console, marching ahead of its rival competitor PlayStation 4 from Sony.
Dashing hopes of any new update before or after the upcoming holiday season, Mike Ybarra of Microsoft has revealed that apart from the already scheduled 12 November update, console owners should not be expecting any new update for December or January, reported DualShockers.
He attributed it to the fact that the company wants to use these months for stability.
Moreover, Xbox engineers would be getting some respite during the upcoming holiday season as the can concentrate only on stability during the months.
Moving to 2016, Xbox One will have a lot to offer, with the company now offering players only over 100 video games for backward compatibility. But it needs to increase from a mere 100 to include other old games that came on Xbox 360.
The New Xbox One Experience that was released on 12 November boasts of faster navigation, more social experience, redesigned Game Hub, improvements to Achievements and the new Community section.
Microsoft will be rolling out its next big Xbox One update in February 2016.