The store will be updated with new content every month (unsurprisingly) to make sure that people keep spending that cash. You will see your own Avatar on your profile, as well as the profile pages of anyone who has chosen to represent themselves as an Avatars. If you are a fan of your original avatar, no need to fret.
After upgrading to the new Xbox system update, your new avatar will appear in your account profile, home screen, and activity feed. You can enable it through the Settings menu.
You can even set your avatar to the original Xbox one you made from the Xbox 360 era if you don't feel like making an upgrade to your existing character. This new function allows you to start and stop broadcasts on Mixer, capture screenshots, launch games, and more all through Cortana and Alexa enabled devices.
You'll be able to say "Alexa, launch Destiny 2" and it will automatically turn on your Xbox and launch the game. This special offer is only available while supplies last and is marking the release of a new Xbox Alexa skill.
The skill requires an Alexa- or Cortana-enabled device such as a Windows 10 PC, Amazon Echo, Harman Kardon Invoke speaker, or Sonos One. These have a focus on inclusiveness, with a greater range of body types, more accessories, and the ability to dress in any kind of clothing you'd like.
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But when pressed by Llamas, she said there are still people working inside the White House she does not consider trustworthy. Defending both men and women, Trump decried the media sensationalism when covering such delicate topics.
The Xbox October Update for the Xbox One is finally upon us. And that's it! You're ready to experience Dolby Vision on Netflix via your Xbox. Support on more apps will come in the following months.
Xbox is committed to being more accessible and inclusive.
Lastly, five additional languages are being added to Narrator, including Spanish, Portuguese, Polish, Swedish, and Dutch. Tell us how this will help all you Xbox One users and if it is a welcome change or not.
Check out the YouTube video below for the full rundown on the October 2018 update.