Today (9/12/15) Minecraft updated on my Xbox 360 and now there's major problems with the game. I have cleared all caches and reinstalled my disc on xbox. When I updated everything was still the same as before I did all of this. All of his worlds have disappeared, his skins have all corrupted and he cannot move using the right stick.Every time I select Play Game the game reverts to a version of itself that was implemented almost 2 years ago. No right stick function, world's seem darker, even during daylight. i've also tried Xbox tech support but they have no idea. i'm also scared to delete anything just in case there is a way to get my sons worlds back. Try the following: 1) If you don't already have a USB stick for use with the Xbox, format one (instructions are here: 2) Using the Xbox main dashboard "settings" tab, back up any Minecraft game save files you want to keep to the USB drive by going to "Settings" - "System" - "Storage" = "Hard Drive" (if that is where you've been storing your game saves) = "Games and Apps" = "Minecraft" = you should see the "Saved Game" files listed and you can select them individually copy to the USB.Not really- you can (and should) only get updates via Live.Using google I did find a place where you can download updates, but only TU's up to 11 are listed, (it's TU12 on the disk), then it jumps to TU15 & TU16 (which aren't even out yet- the next one is TU14), and a bunch of comments that those TU's are crashing their game (and I hope you know Spanish).If you want to keep your friend as a friend I would NOT recommend he go there. You would end up with an updated version of Minecraft that is associated with their XBox, not yours, and you would have to do a license transfer in order for you to play anything other than tutorial mode on your XBox, which, 2 things, would 1: disable your friends copy of Minecraft, and 2: Require an internet connection to perform anyway, which you don't have.It would be much easier to carry your console over to a friend's house and briefly barrow their internet connection to update your version of Minecraft. In order to get these firmware updates for your Xbox, you normally would download them from Xbox Live. Like all game consoles, there are occasional updates to add new features such as social networking tools like Facebook, Twitter, etc or the ability to play different types of files.
Also, make sure it’s formatted as FAT32 and not NTFS.
That wasn't the only thing, Microsoft also teased a significantly more powerful Xbox One codenamed Project Scorpio that will arrive near the end of 2017. Related: Xbox One S vs Xbox One Related: Xbox Scorpio: Everything you need to know SEE ALSO: Best Xbox One Deals The Xbox One is a huge, hulking beast with a huge hulking power supply dragging it down. The Xbox One measures an XXL 33.3cm wide, 27.4cm deep and 7.9cm tall.
The Xbox 360 is 27cm wide, 26cm deep and 7.5cm tall, which is quite a lot smaller than the Xbox One.
It does this no matter which storage device I choose. I'm afraid to uninstall it; it might make me purchase it again to re-download it. NOTE: You will have to be signed in as the profile listed on the right below the file size in order to copy the files across to the USB.
And then there are HUGE gameplay issues: the camera analog stick (the one on the right) and the directional pad don't work, I can't swim up, and on one saved game I loaded I couldn't move at all. (NOTE: You should do this regularly and at least before each update to protect your files from corruption or loss.) 3) Launch Minecraft using whatever profile(s) that are experiencing difficulties with the controls (e.g.