Xbox One Rep System Getting Changed With Microsoft’s Announcement For New Elite Controller Details

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Xbox One is heading to a new pinch for its reputation system. Detailed information is still missing, however, it looks like the way Xbox will be classifying its players might get changed.

The news was reported on Twitter by Mike Ybarra, the Xbox’s Director of Program management. Ybarra said that the team was already looking to implement changes, though they had yet to announce the details.

Originally, Xbox One's reputation system aimed to separate the “good” from the “bad” players. In this way, Microsoft actually moderates the players' behavior online. They can be Good players, players who "Need Work", or players who should be avoided. These categories are based on the actions that other players rate a player.

To be precise, the system is flawed, because it is very sensitive to human error and exploitation. Having in mind this fact, the reputation system fuels the online experience of Xbox One players and it is easy to see why Microsoft would want to continually effect change. By now, Microsoft assured users that the details on this topic will be released soon.

Some time ago, Microsoft has revealed some details on its new Xbox One Elite Bundle. This boasted the new and premium features that have been added to the company’s next-gen console to boost the experience for gamers.

The bundle shows off the 1T SSHD that boosts up to 20% action when it is in energy saving mode. It will also include the new Xbox Elite Wireless Controller. The new controller was built especially for players of both the Xbox One and Windows 10, and it allows more complex customization. Players can change paddles, customize their Xbox accessories app and have trigger locks.

Currently, there are two color options for the Xbox One Elite wireless controller. The standard black controller accompanies the Xbox One Elite Bundle. Additionally, there is the Xbox One Special Edition Lunar White wireless controller. This sports all the features mentioned above, plus a white and gold motif.

The Xbox One Elite Bundle can now be preordered at GameStop or the Microsoft Store for $499. Its official launch in USA is scheduled for Nov. 3.

The Lunar White controller will be available at GameStop for $64.99 later this month.

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