Microsoft Store adds filters for price and rating for Xbox One users

Wading through the morass of items available on the Microsoft Store can be a hassle sometimes, especially if you are looking for a range of options. A new update for the store has rolled out for Xbox One users, however, that makes it much easier to narrow down the types of games you are seeking.

The update now adds filters that allow users to sort by ESRB rating, user rating, price, number of players, and more. So you can now actually search for all games that are under $30 dollars that are ESRB-rated M and have at least four stars from users. Makes narrowing down quality titles a lot easier.

The layout is a bit simplistic, but it gets the job done, especially since the only other option before was manual search. Xbox Insiders have been playing with the changes for the last few weeks and apparently found it useful enough to encourage Microsoft to start the official rollout today to everyone.

Source: Major Nelson (Twitter)

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