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Xbox update fixes controller disconnection issue

Hopefully this is the end of the problem (Photo: Xbox)

Future updates The Xbox wireless headset also fixed a controller disconnection issue.

With the new Xbox Wireless Headset released on March 16, Microsoft recently released a popular Xbox update for the Xbox Series X / S, Xbox One, and PC.

Aside from the updated audio controls and backward compatibility improvements, one thing not mentioned in the Xbox Wire announcement is the problem many users have experienced in connection with the sudden disconnection of the Xbox Series X controller. is.

Fortunately, the update also fixed this, according to program management director Jason Ronald, who confirmed the facts on Twitter.

This issue has been a problem since November last year, and Microsoft says it will eventually work on a solution in January.

The post also describes future renewal plans. For example, Microsoft is working to bring Achievements back to the Xbox mobile app. Throughout this month, Microsoft will test a variety of features, including achievement lists and achievement unlock notifications. It will be available to a limited set of users before it is available to everyone.

The biggest Xbox news of the week is, of course, the final decision on Microsoft’s acquisition of Bethesda. With the deal closed, the company once confirmed that most of Bethesda’s future games will be dedicated to the Xbox platform and only legacy titles will remain multi-formatted.

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