Microsoft announced today that the Xbox One April update is rolling out today for everyone. Also known as Redstone 4 and version 1804, it contains a wide range of new features for the console.
Microsoft is releasing the next major feature update for the Xbox One, version 1804, to the Preview Omega ring today, which is the Xbox Insider Program's version of the Release Preview ring.
A new Xbox One Preview build (1804.180316-1900) for users in the Beta and Delta rings will roll out today at 6 p.m. PDT. Along with one new feature, there is the usual list of fixes and known issues.
Microsoft has released its latest Redstone 4 build for Insiders in the Xbox One Beta ring. This build only brings three new fixes, with a long list of known issues and no new features.
Microsoft has just released another Redstone 4 build for Insiders in the Xbox One Alpha ring. This build enables FreeSync support and Auto-Low Latency Mode along with a number of other fixes.
Microsoft is releasing the first Redstone 4 build (build 17115) for Xbox One to the Beta ring today. Along with the new features, there are a bunch of fixes and a long list of known issues.
Yesterday, Microsoft released the first build of Redstone 4 for the Xbox One family of consoles, including support for 1440p displays. However, it works differently depending on which console you use.
Microsoft released the first Redstone 4 build for the Xbox One today, increasing the build number to 17105. Along with a bunch of new features, there are also some fixes, and of course, known issues.
Today, Microsoft finally announced what's coming in the next major feature update for the Xbox One, which should align with Windows 10. Codenamed Redstone 4, it will be available this spring.