What you need to know
- Microsoft releases a number of new features to Xbox Insiders once in a while.
- This week, Alpha Skip-Ahead testers got the ability to shuffle games.
- If you have a monstrous backlog, pressing "Surprise me" will randomly select a title.
- The ability to easily change your home screen layout is also part of this download.
Do you have a monstrous backlog? Do you ever sit in front of your Xbox One, debating what to play? Well, Microsoft may have a solution for your dilemma, for just $9.99, you can... I'm kidding, but the company does have a great solution that's coming as a free update.
The Surprise me button in Alpha Skip-Ahead users' Collections, located in the upper right of My Games & Apps, can help determine what to play next! Use it today. pic.twitter.com/R8QWi9aTCNThe Surprise me button in Alpha Skip-Ahead users' Collections, located in the upper right of My Games & Apps, can help determine what to play next! Use it today. pic.twitter.com/R8QWi9aTCN— Xbox Insider (@xboxinsider) November 11, 2019November 11, 2019
According to a report by Kotaku, select Xbox Insiders got a "Surprise me" button which helps them determine what to play next. If you're an Alpha Skip-Ahead, check if your console has an update. This feature, along with the ability to easily customize your home screen, are part of the download.
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Asher Madan handles gaming news for Windows Central. Before joining Windows Central in 2017, Asher worked for a number of different gaming outlets. He has a background in medical science and is passionate about all forms of entertainment, cooking, and antiquing.
Interesting hmm might give this a go when I get my Xbox updated
This would actually be perfect for me, I have so many games I haven't even started yet.
I've had this for years already...
I have three games on my Xbox One. Two haven't been played in a year (I really should just delete them and get space on my hard drive back).
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