Xbox One will allow users to download content remotely. This was confirmed by Xbox boss Marc Whitten on Twitter last night in a series of tweets. “Yes! Of course you can download while you are away,” he said. “Always up to date, always your console. The beauty of low power mode. All marketplace items can be downloaded. You won’t have to worry about updates – they’ll download [without] you having to care.” This can be accomplished using the Xbox Games website, the web, and through SmartGlass. Thanks, Gamespot.
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