If this past year hasn’t shown it, Windows and Xbox are about gaming, and the Xbox has a commanding lead in next generation gaming and the future of gaming on Windows. On Monday, April’s update for the Xbox One went into preview, plus free Windows games were announced to please all.
The April Xbox One update isn’t a major one for Xbox One fans, but still has 3 sets of updates that should please users. But, games from Toca Boca and Sago Sago being free will certainly gets kids excited. These free games will please the youngest of gamers and their interest in Windows.
April Xbox One Update
The Xbox One April update has gone into preview mode, and the three major updates are about party chat improvements, game hub tweaks, and lastly achievement notifications. The first set went into preview mode today, and the second goes next week. Users can check the update status when they login to Xbox Live.
With the party chat improvements, it will now get the microphone enabled and show users when privacy settings or networking issue are causing problems. Members will be able to see discover content from their activity feeds easier with updates. Lastly, achievement descriptions will be seen in the notification areas.
Toca Boca and Sago Sago Gaes Go Free On Windows
Gamers can come in all age ranges and Microsoft and game developers know this. On Monday, Toca Boca and Sago Sago announced that their entire catalog of apps for Windows and Windows Phone are now available for free. Yes, these games are made for the younger crowd, but its this younger crowd that is going to love it.
These free games include Toca Builders, Toca Town, Sago Mini Fairy Tales, Sago Mini Road Trip, and others in the Windows Store and Windows Phone Store. These are available to download and try starting today, and are great deals for young gamers. These are what make the Windows Phone and Store great and fun to enjoy.
Games make Windows fun and Microsoft fun as well. Updates are great, and free games are better.