Microsoft’s Xbox One is almost two months old and has been purchased by more than 3 million gamers. For the most part it is a solid next-gen console that offers a great mix of entertainment options in addition to the usual gaming fare. When it comes to new technology like the Xbox One there’s always going to be a bit of learning curve for the developer to nail down the marriage between the software and hardware. As a result a few issues may rear their ugly head during the honeymoon period that slightly hamper the overall experience.
In regards to the Xbox One there are three areas in particular where it needs to improve in 2014 to make it an even better next-gen console. All of these suggestions can probably be implemented through a software update, and at least one of them is already in the works, so it’s not like the fixes are pie-in-the-sky type of operations.