Microsoft has acknowledged a Windows bug related to the company’s gaming services.
The corporation’s engineers have released a new emergency patch KB5004476, which is intended for Xbox Game Pass subscription users. The update fixes a number of bugs that affect downloading, updating and gameplay. The special software is released for Windows 10 versions 21H1, 20H2 and 2004.
Thus, the company has acknowledged the bugs caused by the early system update. Many users experienced issues and errors with codes 0x80073D26 and 0x8007139F whenever they tried to install or update games using Xbox Game Pass in Windows.
According to user reports, the errors occurred on Windows computers upgraded to the May 2021 Update, October 2020 Update and May 2020 Update versions. “Trying to play Flight Simulator. It wants to update game services in the Microsoft Store, but nothing happens,” one gamer said in a statement on a Microsoft forum. Many users have reported problems with sound and crashes in some games.
Windows users began complaining about problems with games back in the spring. Gamers have told about the spoiled impression of the gameplay – when running the game often crashes and crashes, graphics hangs, reduced frame refresh rate.