After going through testing with Xbox Insiders in November, new filtering options for the Microsoft Store on Xbox One are now rolling out to everyone. Now, when searching for a game or other content in the store, you'll be able to filter results by price, customer rating, capabilities, and more.
The addition of new filters means that you can now search for something like an "E" rated game at a price under $20 rated at least three stars. This allows you to be much more specific with what you're looking for than you could before with a wider range of filtering options. It may not the biggest feature to hit the platform, and some may still take issue with the search layout itself, but it's a welcome addition nonetheless.
Xbox Insiders have already had access to these filters for a few weeks, but the new setup should be rolling out to everyone now.
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