Microsoft released a new update for its Xbox users during the week that brought toggles for Auto HDR and FPS Boost and improvements to better support the new Xbox Wireless Headset. However the update brought another big feature that wasn’t mentioned in the official release notes; it also fixes “many” of the Xbox Series X controller disconnect issues that have cropped up, according to the Xbox team’s Jason Ronald.
Xbox Players had started reporting disconnect issues with the controllers some days after the Xbox Series X’s launch. Microsoft acknowledged the issue In January 2021 and said that it will address the issues with fixes“in a future update” in a statement.
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Jason announced the March update via his Twitter handle when it became available. “Lots of Xbox news this week, but in case you missed it we released our March Xbox System Update yesterday. In addition to the new features, this release also fixes many of the controller disconnects players have reported. Keep the feedback coming,” he posted.
Lots of Xbox news this week, but in case you missed it we released our March Xbox System Update yesterday.— Jason Ronald (@jronald) March 10, 2021
In addition to the new features, this release also fixes many of the controller disconnects players have reported.
Keep the feedback coming.https://t.co/bltTsL6Lty
Microsoft had rolled out its latest update ahead of the new Xbox Wireless Headset’s launch, it also used the opportunity to fix the controller disconnect issues and crackling audio problems plaguing the owners of third-party gaming headsets since the launch of the Series X.
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