If you don't have an external hard drive set up though, now's the time. The Xbox Arena tournament options also added new titles.
If you wanted some honest explanation for the absence at large of Japanese releases on Xbox One, the CEO of NIS America is ready to give you one. Getting to the content you want should be easier now, and involved less fiddling around in menus that first need to be found on the previously messy dash.
Of course, Microsoft wouldn't do all of this without a new light theme for the dashboard.
With the new update, console owners can now customize their own unique home screen. The Multiplayer tab of the Guide will also house the game invites that players receive, and a new Tournaments section in the tab collects all the tournaments that players have joined.
Other new features include a new concept called Blocks, which lets you personalise what's on your Home screen.
Microsoft has rolled out their Spring update to their consoles, which is notable for one big reason: A new, new Dashboard. Pinned games will show their activity feeds and indicate if you have any friends playing right now.
Which OG Xbox game would you most like to play on your Xbox 360?
A new Microsoft Store logo will replace the old one.
Just like the Xbox 360 titles, gamers will be able to insert their physical discs in order to download digital versions of the original Xbox One games.
Broadcasts at 1080p will now happen automatically if your network can support it.
You can also now, space permitting, download 4K and Xbox One Enhanced game content ahead of schedule.
So, how do you get access to the latest, and possibly greatest, Xbox software update?
Right-to-left languages such as Arabic and Hebrew are now available.
The new Xbox One dashboard is now available for all Xbox One and Xbox One S users, with "more great features" coming soon.
For those of you who aren't wanting to upgrade to an X, though, the Fall Update will still hopefully be a worthy upgrade.