‘Xbox One outdated version’ error when opening the Store gets fixed
If you’re the owner of an Xbox One, then you surely must be sick and tired of the never-ending strange errors that keep hitting you these days. We know we are. The last one was targeted at the Xbox One owners who were not in the Xbox Insider Program. Check out more details on it below.
Another error for Xbox One owners
More Xbox One owners noticed that they kept getting Xbox Store updates. They reported to have downloaded them, but as a consequence the Xbox Store became unusable. Talk about bad luck! Lots of gamers have stated that they weren’t able to access the Xbox Store because their console said that their version was out of date. You might have received such an error as well in case you also received the Xbox Store updates in the Updates section of My games and apps, so in this case, you know what we’re talking about.
The problems don’t stop here. Microsoft seems to have recently removed the New games section from the Microsoft Store. Why did the company do this? Only they probably know the reasons, but what we know is that there is was no way to look at what new games are out on the console. To see that, you have to download the Xbox app on your phone or use the Xbox app on Windows 10.
It’s not really clear why this whole thing happened, but it was really annoying. Especially now, when game developers are revealing or rolling out many new games.
Microsoft fixed the issue
Fortunately, the company figured out what was going on because it was quite a significant oversight from its part. As a result, Microsoft just rolled out another update to the Store on Xbox One that upgrades it to the Microsoft Store, and now it’s all working smoothly again.
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