Clan n00b is a multi-platform, mature adult clan, that plays casual and are mainly made up of UK and Europe based gamers.
We support the following games:
Call of Duty: Ghosts (Xbox 360)
Battlefield 4 (Xbox One)
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare (Xbox One) [on release]
Call of Duty: Ghosts (Xbox One)
Destiny (Xbox One)
Forza Horizon 2 (Xbox One)
Clan n00b is a laid back clan, that like to game and have some banter. We don't care about your game stats (K/D, etc...) or how good you are. We care about the quality of our members. Clan n00b is always on the look out for new players, who are 18 years old or over.
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Release dates: USA: 30th September 2014 Europe: 3rd October 2014
This is a big month for Xbox One as we launch some of the features
you’ve asked for most including better multitasking while gaming, more
ways to stay connected with friends, new options for accessing your
media, and more. Over the past couple months, we’ve been rolling out
some great new features to Xbox One through our system updates, and we
have been thrilled with the positive feedback we’ve received from all of
you. Keep it coming!
There’s more new features rolling out to Xbox Live members in our
preview program starting today, and over the next week or so, in two
New Snap and Friends functions
o Snap Updates – We’ve updated the Snap Center to
include quick access to many of the things our fans wanted faster
access to when playing a game – Friends, Messages, Game DVR, clock, and
battery indicator – as well as making it easier to close and open new
snap apps when playing a game. A double tap of the Xbox button on your
controller will bring up a menu that allows you to open a new app in
snap mode, close the current snapped app, or switch focus between your
game and your running snapped app. Additionally, two apps have been
optimized for Snap mode:
Friends Snap App – Access your friends list without
leaving the game. Quickly check your friends list to see who’s online
right now and take actions like send message, invite or join.
Messages Snap App – You’ll be able to open, read
and respond to messages in Snap mode, and messages will now be displayed
in a threaded conversation view.
o Achievements App – Updated to enable sharing of
achievements you’ve unlocked with captions, see a list of friends who
have unlocked specific achievements, and an updated achievements Snap
landing page that that shows Achievements on recently played games, when
a user is not actively playing a game.
o Friends section – The new Friends section
enables you to see at a glance what’s going on with your friends. You
can stay up-to-date with their current activities, the most popular
games your friends are playing, and a Gamerscore leaderboard to see who
has improved their Gamerscore over the last 30 days. The new Friends
section has been available for select preview members for a few weeks
and now we’re bringing it to everyone in the program, with plans to roll
out this feature for all Xbox One owners with the October system
o New SmartGlass features – You can now see a
list of your top games in your profile. You can also see a list of your
friend’s most popular games in the Friend’s section of SmartGlass.
Improvements for TV and video
o Media Player DLNA and MKV support – Members of
the preview program who have also downloaded the latest version of the
Media Player app will now have support for DLNA streaming. With this
update, you will be able to easily access and play music, watch photo
slideshows or movies stored on home media servers and devices that
support the DLNA server protocols. Additionally, you will now be able to
playback MKV files stored on a USB device or a device on your home
network that supports DLNA streaming.
o Live TV Trending – Within the next week, you
will be able to see what Live TV is trending based on your country and
OneGuide settings. A new tab will be available in OneGuide that
displays the top 10 most watched TV shows, with the list filtered down
to the shows that are currently available to you based on your OneGuide
settings. You will be able to tune to a specific show by pressing the A
button. The Live TV Trending list will be updated approximately every
minute, so you can easily discover shows that are popular with other
viewers. This feature will initially be made available to preview users
in the U.S., Canada and the UK.
o Xbox One Digital TV Tuner – Previously announced in August,
this new accessory will be available for purchase in UK, France,
Germany, Italy and Spain on October 21. This USB-attached TV Tuner will
enable users to watch TV on Xbox One, and pause Live TV for up to 30
minutes. There are a limited number of preview participants in this
program due to hardware requirements needed for testing.
Stream TV to SmartGlass – If you have an Xbox One
Digital TV Tuner, you will be able to stream TV across your home network
to your smartphone or tablet using the Xbox SmartGlass app. You can
also pause, play, rewind and change channels, without interrupting
o Live TV MiniGuide – For markets where OneGuide
is available, a new MiniGuide on the bottom of the screen will display
details about the TV content that is currently playing. You can quickly
change channels, see what’s on other channels, and tune to the previous
channel or other recent channels.
o OneGuide in 12 new countries – Live TV listings
and schedules will be made available to preview members on Xbox One and
SmartGlass for Belgium, Chile, Columbia, Denmark, Finland, Netherlands,
Norway, Portugal, Poland, Sweden, Switzerland and Russia in the next
o Internet TV Apps – Apps with live TV channels
can now include their TV listings within OneGuide. In addition, other
Xbox TV features such as channel changing using speech and Miniguide
will work with these apps. These features are enabled automatically the
first time you sign into a supported app. The first app to support this
feature in preview will be Zattoo, a TV provider available in several
European markets. We will be sharing more details soon with members of
the public preview.
o Universal Remote Control in SmartGlass – If you
are in one of those 12 countries, you will also be able use your mobile
device to control your Xbox, TV, and/or Cable/Satellite box.
Other user requested features
o Updated Devices & Accessories page – To
access the new page, go inside Settings, where you can Find, Assign, and
Update Xbox One accessories. You can now more easily "assign”
accessories to specific users, such as assigning a headset to a specific
o Firmware updates – You can update the firmware
for an individual device. And, you can also more easily find (or
identify) a controller by making it vibrate.
o Hide Games & Apps on your console – You can
now hide items in the "Ready to install” list under My Games &
Apps. This is a per-console setting and items will reappear in the list
if they are installed again from the Xbox Store. To access the shortcut
to temporarily show "hidden” items, press X while holding down both
triggers and it will show all hidden items until you exit My Games &
These new features and updates are rolling out to all Xbox One
preview program members starting today. We are looking forward to
bringing Xbox One to new markets this month, and can’t wait to hear from
fans in those markets who get to pick up and play Xbox One for the
first time. Plus, these new features will be available in all of our new
markets for Xbox One owners who join the preview program.
A new Media Player app: Play media files from an attached USB
device with the new media player app – DNLA support for home media
servers coming soon.
"Xbox One will support more formats
than Xbox 360, including support for dozens of new file formats like
Mpeg 2 TS, animated gifs and MKV, which will be added by the end of the
Party on in the new and improved Party App
"Be the leader of your party with the
new party leader setting. As the party leader, you can change whether
the party requires invitations and you can remove others from the party.
The updated app also lets you see what activities everyone in your
party is doing and who is playing in the same game with you in addition
to being able to quickly perform common actions like muting, joining, or
sending game invites.”
New features for SmartGlass
"You can now post status messages
from the Activity Feed and comments, or share items from both your
Activity Feed and Game Clips. Along with the new comment and share
features, a personalized Activity Feed has been added to your profile
and messages have been updated to a new layout supporting a full
conversation view. Additionally, we are adding the ability to record
game clips directly from the Now Playing bar. Finally, for users who
upgrade the app directly, we have introduced a What’s New page
highlighting the features of each release.”
"Xbox On” capabilities in Australia, Canada (French), Italy, Spain, and Mexico
"New regions will have the ability to
use the "Xbox On” Kinect voice command to power on their consoles when
they’re in connected standby (Instant On) mode.’
Boot to TV
"Now Xbox One owners will be able to set their console to boot directly to television when coming out of connected standby.”
Bandwidth Usage Display
"Bandwidth Usage will show users how
much bandwidth their Xbox One is consuming over a period of time, a
useful tool for those who want to track against bandwidth caps set by
ISPs in certain markets.”
"Users will be able to choose multiple GameDVR clips to delete at once in the Upload app.’
Save your Avatar Gamerpic
"A new option to save Avatar Gamerpics to users’ OneDrive.”
In an interview with Gamertag Radio Podcast, Xbox head Phil Spencer has said that he still isn't done with the idea of family sharing on Xbox One, a feature that was abandoned after the console's radical online policy changes last year.
"We looked at the digital features that we had talked about last year and as a gamer, there were a lot of those features that I think really resonated and were smart features for people who really have a lot of games and maybe play on a couple consoles or have bunch of people in the house or want to share with friends," Spencer said. "As I look at our monthly update roadmap, those kind of features are in our roadmap. There is a little bit of a challenge now that you've got DRM on a disc.
"I haven't given up on those ideas," he continued. "There's some complexity now that you've got these discs that have DRM that you've got to figure out. But it's definitely part of our [roadmap] with the overall product."
Uncomfortable use of the term 'roadmap' aside, this sounds promising. The original plan was that family sharing would allow you to give access to your games library to a maximum of 10 family members or friends on any Xbox One console, but this was rendered unworkable after user feedback convinced Microsoft to change tact over its game sharing policies.
Elsewhere in the podcast, Spencer hinted that Microsoft is still looking into implementing features like pre-loading game downloads.