Yes, Microsoft does plan to fix some of the bugs and quirks in the Xbox One in an upcoming update.
Chatting with the folks at Engadget, Xbox chief product officer Marc Whitten said that he's thrilled with the 3 million in sales and the reaction from consumers. But he acknowledged that more work lies ahead to fix what's broken in the new console. The initial priority, though, will be on the Xbox One's "Live experience," meaning the different social features.
"The feedback we've gotten is pretty valid; some of the social stuff is … Read more