This week Microsoft has made the July Xbox One update available to everyone who owns the companies gaming and entertainment console.
This update, which has been in testing over the last few weeks by Xbox Insiders, is now ready for everyone to get the latest feature updates for the console.
Game Pass is a subscription-based service that allows users to play games from a library of select titles as much as they want.
The Xbox One allows users to download applications that add to the functionality of the dashboard.
Finally, the Community section is getting upgraded as well with a new activity feed and tools to make it easier to find new Clubs you might want to join.
Beyond the Xbox One, Microsoft is also making easier to enable and disable Game Mode on Windows 10 by putting a switch on the Game bar.
According to Dualshockers, the patch adds the ability to invite friends to join in and broadcast alongside you in Microsoft's rebranded livestreaming app, Mixer.
Microsoft does note, however, that until the feature is rolled out more widely, it's currently only available to Alpha Insiders, and not Beta members.
For those of you on Android a bonus feature is the support for Chat Bubbles.
One last note for everyone about Xbox One and the Xbox Insider Program.
You'll also need an Xbox Live Gold subscription to invite a friend to broadcast with you in your Party.
In addition, the new update lets you link a specific Microsoft account to a particular controller, meaning that next time you turn on your Xbox One, your favourite pad will sign you in immediately.
First and foremost, the upcoming update will completely overhaul the Home screen on the Xbox One dashboard once again, putting an emphasis on personalization.