Xbox One and Windows 10 have launched a new section of indie games that aren't curated by Microsoft. "We previously increased the number of rings and changed the names of the rings that provide Xbox Insider community members with a preview of updates", the post explains. The achievement system works really well for Microsoft and they do it far better than anyone else so the hope is that this adds to that. As such, Xbox Achievements will likely be getting revamped in a way that "fundamentally changes the concept" of the system.
Microsoft is committed to ensuring that any developer who wants to publish their game on Windows 10 PCs and the Xbox One console family can do so, and the Creators Program enables creators big and small, from around the world, to do just that.
You can check out the entire 90-minute interview here. Another system is simply being developed to complement that feature. For those in the Delta ring, some will be selected (randomly it seems) to receive earlier builds than others. Alpha ring can hit anywhere between 15-20 updates a month, while Omega sits around 1-8. In order to go past Omega and it the other three levels of the Xbox One Insider Program, you need to take a two factors into consideration: longevity and amount of feedback given. The Redmond Giant has continued with the Live Tiles on its Windows 10 and Windows Phone and is in plans of introducing the Live Tiles for Xbox One users. This spring, Paladins was initially available to Xbox Insiders with an XP level of 10 or higher, then Xbox Insiders with XP level 5, before being released to all Xbox Insiders a few weeks before the game was generally available. You will be able to play games and listen to your favorite music at the same time, on the same device.
Microsoft is Working on “Fundamental Changes” to the Xbox Achievement System
Xbox One's gamescore is a way through which they can compare and contrast their achievements with friends.
For more details, be sure to check out the announcement post in full, but check down below for more information on the Insider groups. It's easy to get started!
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