Next Xbox Live Update Finally Dated – Lacks A Few Features

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The NXE has definitely been a large improvement to the Xbox 360’s dashboard and after Microsoft’s Press Conference at E3 we know that even more improvements and additions are on their way.

Avatar props, awardables (unlocked for your avatar like gamerscore) and better navigation systems are just some of the new additions that will be coming.

Unfortunately, not all of the announced features are going to be included in the update.

If you like me, are looking forward to the other additions such as Last.FM, Twitter and even Facebook, then you will just have to wait a little longer.

No details have been given for when these will also be added but we do now have confirmation that this next update will be available come August 11. For more information on what the new update includes, hit the link below.

Source: IGN

Last Updated: July 22, 2009

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  • enstuff

    Also looking forward to the update, but the lack of last.fm is a big let down.

  • darthdad

    I’m so sick of all these updates! It chews up my bandwidth,
    and it’s not like there’s anyth………..oh wait. :ninja:

  • easy

    dude!!! avatar props for crying out loud… thats worth every nibble of bandwidth.

    :whistle:

  • janrik

    And Avatar Market place… Finally My Mii can wear Majolnir armour!

  • darthdad

    You can ask your buddies “do I look fat in this?”

  • spl0it

    I also need more Fabulous outfits for my Avatar

  • janrik

    I’m kinda Cubby, hope the armour hides my love handles :happy:

  • darthdad

    :biggrin:

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