It’s now 2018, and around 8 years since this website launched. It’s pretty amazing that every day, there are hundreds of people from all over the world visiting the site and downloading FATXplorer. Even though the Xbox 360 has basically been fully superseded by the Xbox One, interest in FATXplorer remains high. Even more interesting is the huge demand for original Xbox support.
This is just a quick post to clarify that FATXplorer is not dead. There haven’t been many updates recently simply because no significant issues have been reported. The current version is rock solid.
Original Xbox support is still coming. There is no set date, but there will be a beta. A lot of people are already on the list to be notified about it. If you want to be added, feel free to leave a comment below.
There is also a site refresh and server move in the works to bring it up to modern standards. A lot of elements on this site are very old and need to be refreshed. After that, it’ll basically be full speed ahead with FATXplorer v3 development. It’s taken longer than it should have, mostly due to real-life obligations, but I look forward to delivering another quality release. If you want to help out, send some original Xbox HDD dumps my way: https://fatxplorer.eaton-works.com/contact/
Thanks for reading and stay tuned for more updates!