Below is a video from DigitalFoundry’s YouTube channel showing off the details they found to a brand new Xbox One update on the way. The update, which is being called “Intelligent Delivery” is a brand new download system where games purchased and/or downloaded online will be divided up into sections that will essentially make better use of the onboard memory inside the console. Or in other words, it only downloads the sections you need to play certain parts of the game as needed. Why is that a big deal? Because instead of downloading a full game and its contents, let’s say for example a game that’s 10 GB, this system will download only what you really need in the moment, which could be simply 3 GB of memory. This means faster download times to play the game and more memory to store what you need on your Xbox One in the future.
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