Microsoft's previously-announced plans to offer an over-the-air TV DVR feature for the Xbox One may be getting closer to launch. A new report says the company is now internally testing the feature, but there's no word on exactly when this will be released.
According to Thurrott.com:
"Microsoft is now internally testing an update for Xbox One called "Xbox One Threshold Beta 1603 System Update," or th2xboxrel_1603.160308-1900. This update allows the console to record freely-available OTA TV, and it even works while you're playing games, watching live TV, or when the console is sleeping."
Microsoft first announced its TV DVR plans at Gamescom 2015 in August, and added that it will be able to stream those recordings to Windows 10 devices. The company also confirmed it would launch sometime in 2016, but just in the U.S., Canada and the UK at first.