Cortana voice commands, which is already in place on Windows 10 devices, will work with both headsets and Kinect.
Cortana seems to carry more good news, as Microsoft has said it will be a "personal gaming assistant" for all its users.
The first waves of the latest Xbox One preview build started going out two nights ago, so it is still fresh for most insiders and not many have had the chance to play around with everything yet. Xbox One's Game Collection is also getting an interface update, making it easier and faster to locate and launch games within your library. The much talked about Xbox One Slim or as people are calling it Xbox One Mini. Microsoft has detailed their next major update, adding more social, game and device options than ever before.
Now you can locate Xbox One gametags of friends on Facebook directly on the Xbox One. You can head over to xbox.com for more information!
Updated GameDVR management: You can now manage your captures straight from your profile.
However, sales for the Xbox One has continued to lag behind its main rival, Sony's PlayStation 4, so Microsoft needs to find a way to get ahead of the game.
In addition, a new "Ready to Install" tab will arrive showing you which games you have ready to install, and easily begin the installation process. It's a useful feature that automates most tasks for you while you focus on your games. These downloads may then be used on TV screens. Meaning, your favorite PC games will have their own Game Hubs on Xbox Live. You will be able to directly share your game clips and screenshots to Twitter. The Xbox and Windows Stores will start to become unified.
While Xbox One is doing ok, at least compared to the faltering Nintendo Wii, PlayStation 4 is surging to new heights. There will be filters, browsers, categories and other channels for fans to also discover new content.
Over on the Windows Store, updates will allow players to browse and purchase bundles, episodic games, season passes, virtual currency, and other game add-ons and DLC.