Life in prehistoric times is going to get a bit harder thanks to the update.
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The next round of updates addresses a lot of requests the Xbox community had.
The most significant change is allowing gamers to buy Xbox 360 games that have been enabled for backwards compatibility directly through the Xbox One store. Previously, the only way to buy an Xbox 360 game for Xbox One had to do so through the Xbox 360, or through a web browser. Now, there will be a dedicated section in the store for all Xbox 360 games that are able to be played on Xbox One.
Parties on Xbox One are undergoing changes too. To start off, the amount of people able in a party is going from 12 to 16. The increase in people is also being added to the Xbox app on mobile devices. New settings are coming as well, allowing players to output party chat to your headset and speakers simultaneously.
A new way to stream, plus a few much asked for changes are hitting PlayStation 4 soon.
The update brings free content and some tweaks and changes to the game.
As with the multitude of updates that came before it, update 1.09 works at making Bloodborne a better experience for players.
The update, which hits December 21 for free, will introduce things to help creators and players alike.
If you're hoping for Sony to implement some long asked for changes, you will be disappointed with 3.10.
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