120Hz video refresh rate: If you have a high refresh-rate monitor or television, the Xbox One can now support up to 120Hz. Click on the Xbox Live option and sign in to your account. This will also allow players to start Mixer broadcasts from anywhere on Xbox One, making streaming easier than ever. This is double the 60Hz top end that the Xbox One supported previously. Here, you will see a new option for linking your Discord account.
No Man's Sky figurehead Sean Murray appeared on today's episode of Inside Xbox to reveal that the Xbox version will release on July 24.
"You can play with a bunch of your friends", said Murray. "High refresh rate support can provide a smoother gaming experience and lower latency on some displays, and games may benefit from reduced tearing and stuttering via 120Hz output".
After much feedback from the community, Xbox's new updates for May go live today. Now, sharing is getting even quicker!
Finally, improvements to Narrator on Xbox One have been implemented.
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In the Guide, users can now trim game clips, meaning that you no longer have to switch to the Upload Studio.
Family Settings improvements. A new Details page in Family Settings helps parents more easily manage all of their family settings. Parents will easily be able to tell which family and content settings are set up and configured. Enhancements to the Xbox One dashboard have been revamped for easier link to surround sound systems.
Users can now organize their pinned apps and games into Groups.
New button commands: The "View" button, or the "Select" button if you're nasty, can now rearrange items on the Home screen. First off, Microsoft has modernized the Xbox Accessories app to make it easier to use and look at.