Microsoft is listening to your Xbox One feedback
Microsoft -- or Larry 'Major Nelson' Hryb, at least -- is listening to your feedback regarding changes to the just-released Xbox One. Over on Reddit, multiple threads filled with Xbox fans voicing their concerns over various Xbox One issues, including functionality and UI, have popped up -- and Major Nelson is keeping a close eye on them as he forwards certain topics to the relevant team at Microsoft.
Hryb confirmed that Xboxfeedback.com, a new website dedicated entirely to discussing changes that users would like to see implemented in the Xbox One, has been passed along to members of Microsoft's Xbox team. The requests vary, but most prevalent are the inability to manually mange storage space, the lack of a visual indicator for the controller's battery life, and the overly complicated party/game invite system.
There are other user requests, as well, and Hryb confirmed that he was watching the thread and "sharing it back to the right people."
"I've sent this thread over the right folks," he added. "If/when I hear something I'll share it."
The Xbox One launched on Friday, November 22 in 13 different markets. In just 24 hours, over one million consoles were sold.