Microsoft Launches May Xbox One Update Today, Features Discord Support

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But today during an Inside Xbox livestream, Hello Games' Sean Murray confirmed that the update will usher in a feature many have been baying for since launch: fully-featured cooperative multiplayer.

If you are an Xbox One user, there is important news for you because the May update is now available and with it new features that will satisfy the visual aspect enthusiasts and those who like to interact with their friends and share content. Starting off, the May Xbox One update introduces the ability to link your Discord account with your Xbox account to chat with friends and see what they are up to. With these updates in place, Xbox has taken user feedback into account with improved ease of access and quality of life. After enabling permission, your accounts will be linked.

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Quick video trimming: If you capture a clip with Xbox One, you can now trim its length without having to open a separate app. Here, you will see a new option for linking your Discord account. This version of the Xbox OS comes with some new features, including 120Hz support, and much more. Apart from the 1440p resolution and auto low latency mode on your console, you can now turn on 120Hz support for 1080p and 1440p output resolutions if you own a supported monitor or television.

Microsoft tries to update its Xbox One, Xbox One S, and Xbox One X consoles once every month. This may look like a small implementation but one thing's for sure, we'll use that one all the time.

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The update will add random player encounters to the game, and let players join up to explore space, planets, mine, dogfight. the whole shebang.

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