Microsoft Dismisses Rumors About Xbox One System And Service To Be Buggy At Launch

A new rumor emerged online yesterday to spoil Microsoft Xbox One’s party. After few hours of releasing the video to show the whole Xbox One dashboard experience in action, the rumor claimed that the current Xbox One and Xbox Live service are very buggy and it will take months for Microsoft to fix it. The report went on to claim that there are issues such as parties dropping people when moving from one thing to another, connectivity issues, missed invites, friend requests not working, etc,. It claimed the following reason for buggy behavior.
“The system OS and network integration was written by a group of people who do not play games. They don’t understand why things were set up in the ways they were designed by J Allard back in 2005.”

Even though Microsoft didn’t directly respond to this rumor, Phil Spencer and Major Nelson tweeted about it dismissing these rumors.

Games are in certification now and we are playing SP & MP nightly. Anyone can post “stuff” to the web. — Phil Spencer

You should ask the COD folks about their game. As far as Xbox One, I’ve been testing the OS at home it’s been great. — Larry Hryb (@majornelson)

Source: Dodd Scientifics

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