The Xbox June update in 2024 makes some important tweaks to better your overall experience on the console and its apps.

The Xbox June update for 2024 is here with a handful of helpful additions. They're set to make your overall Xbox experience better, from dashboard customization to cloud gaming enhancments.

Let's go over everything the update has to offer.

June 2024 Xbox console updates

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Prior to the Xbox June update, you had to decide if you wanted to view a dynamic background or game art on your dashboard. Now, you can "mix and match," per the Xbox Wire blog.

As well, up to 10 wireless networks can be remembered on your Xbox console. If you've used them before, you can easily switch back and forth without having to re-enter a password every single time.

The next console update with the Xbox June update deals with subscriptions. You can update your subscriptions or edit recurring billing right from your console settings. No need to hop on a web browser.

Wireless controller firmware

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The Xbox June update brings some quality of life changes to the console's controllers. Firstly, those using the Xbox Adaptive Controller will have expanded support for more connected USB accessories. Each port supports a second stick, a hat switch, and up to 12 buttons.

Xbox is also improving wireless disconnects to the Xbox Elite Wireless Controller Series 2. When a headset is plugged into its 3.5mm audio port, there will be less connection issues and general bug fixes for smoother gaming.

PC Gaming and Xbox App experience

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For those who game on PC with the Xbox App, expect some new UI. The Xbox June update rolls out new navigation options inside of the Xbox App on PC.

The Game Pass tab displays options to filter games by Xbox Game Studios, EA Play, and Riot Games. It lessens your time spent search, so you can spend more time gaming.

Xbox Cloud Gaming beta updates for June 2024

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Lastly in this June update, some big changes for the Xbox Cloud Gaming beta. Players can self-manage game data and cloud saves for games played on the browser, Samsung televisions, and other supported devices.

All players are also allowed mouse and keyboard access for Cloud Gaming. This is true for those on Edge, Chrome, and the Xbox App on PC. You'll need to navigate to the specific section for mouse and keyboard to view the games that support it.

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