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Microsoft has revealed that they are still working on giving Xbox One owners the opportunity to preload games they've pre-ordered from the Xbox Games Store, said company spokesperson Larry Hryb on Reddit yesterday.

Hryb responded to the thread titled "Xbox One Needs Pre Loading Feature" by teasing that "All I can say right now is that yes, we want this feature as well." While the company has previously spoken about preloading pre-ordered digital games, they have yet to give a deadline on when exactly we can expect it on the Xbox One. It was previously suggested that those ordering Titanfall would be able to download it ahead of time, however Microsoft quickly took the page advertising the feature down stating it was "posted in error."

On the other side of the console fence, Sony has just added preloading to their PlayStation 4 with yesterday's firmware update 1.70. Other features included the in-depth video editing tool SHAREFactory, DualShock 4 lightbar settings and friend notification changes.



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