Xbox also warns Delta ring members that while everyone will eventually get the update before those in Omega, or before the pubic for that matter, not everyone will get it at the same time.
But Microsoft will change this in the new software update.
Xbox Achievement hunters will be interested to know that "fundamental changes" are planned for the reward scheme. Whatever your play style as an Xbox One gamer, Microsoft is looking to help "celebrate" your identity as a gamer by altering its achievement system and implementing "fundamental" changes. "As a result of this feedback, starting today we're better recognising your participation and dedication by activating user-selected ring shifts - available for those who have reached certain Xbox Insider XP and tenure milestones - for fans to enroll in previously "closed" rings". Users in the Omega group can expect anywhere from one to eight updates per month, which will collectively take up 4-32GB of bandwidth.
We remind you that in a few days ago, the Redmond company revealed the upcoming update of Xbox One. This means if you're concerned with bandwidth usage or the frequency of updates, you can simply move to a lower ring whenever you'd like.
To celebrate the announcement Microsoft has released the following trailer showcasing some the games available to play.
What do you think about the potential change in how Microsoft handles the achievement system?
Building your game utilizing UWP and Xbox Live SDK, and for that, you can use the tools you're already using - Visual Studio, game engines like Unity, Construct 2, MonoGame and Xenko - and combine them with a retail Xbox One console and your Dev Center account. The takeaway here is that the Xbox Insider program is now more inclusive overall, and still a little confusing. It's easy to get started!
Games published through the Creators Program will be listed in the Games category on the Xbox One console in a separate space of the Store called Creators Collection.