You'd just need to connect the system online, go through making a Silver account (free), start up the game and then download any current updates.
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).
Poke around in your Xbox One settings and you’ll find nothing helpful, no log files or download histories to peruse, no way to guesstimate what might have knocked things out of orbit.
It’s as if Microsoft believes we’re living in some perfect future moment, where being able to back-step through a device’s activities is nonessential, and where system updates work without problems every time.
Following weeks of wall-to-wall, often sleepless gaming, I finally parked my Xbox One in an armoire in my living room, dropped the gamepad in a drawer and took a much-needed break.
I needed some downtime from the console’s beautiful rides and zombie mobs and risible breast physics.
The only interaction my Xbox One’s had with a human being in a week: my toddler, who figured out that touching the console’s capacitive plastic faceplate to oscillate the signature backlit logo and corresponding electronic power-up-or-down “plink! When I put my Xbox One to bed, it was fine, no complaints, no issues, no memory leaks or menu lag or whatever else you’ve been reading people complain about on message boards.
So I’m baffled this morning, returning to it to investigate this new update, released last night, that it wouldn’t download anything.
Many of the devices that you have at home (consoles, stereos, media players) use firmware.
From time to time firmware needs to be updated to improve the way your controllers or at home devices work.
If you ever get stuck on an update screen, just unplug any USB cords.