Microsoft said it was about, and it’s delivering to the promise. Microsoft Fixes That Pesky Xbox Controller Disconnection Bug.
Some time back, we reported on Microsoft’s announcement to repair the issues that plague Xbox collection X controls, including unresponsive switches and intermittent disconnections. While the former issue may nevertheless persist, Microsoft fixed the latter at the most recent patch.
Microsoft’s Update for Xbox Controllers
In case you missed it, then we initially reported how Microsoft is mending unresponsive buttons along with disconnection problems. We did not understand when Microsoft would correct those issues, but it ends up that the business is working faster than we thought.
Microsoft worker Jason Ronald submitted a Tweet that is excellent news for Those Who Have spotty control connections:
Lots of Xbox news this week, but in case you missed it we released our March Xbox System Update yesterday.
In addition to the new features, this release also fixes many of the controller disconnects players have reported.
Keep the feedback coming.https://t.co/bltTsL6Lty
— Jason Ronald (@jronald) March 10, 2021
The upgrade is still new; therefore, users have not had a great deal of time to give it a go and determine which issues still disturb their controls. But, let us hope this is the conclusion of this bothersome Xbox control disconnection bug.
One More Bug Squashed
Microsoft has announced that it is fixing all the Xbox collection X control issues, although not many folks would have figured they would begin. Let’s hope Microsoft gets around to repairing the other problems that consumers have found using the brand-new controller.
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