The May update for Xbox One is being extended to everyone at this time. This patch brings a handful of new features and a number of improvements to the Microsoft gaming console. The company has spent the last month trying out its update, and now it's ready to support everyone for a higher refresh rate, better button assignment and easier sharing of videos.
Microsoft is trying to update its Xbox One, Xbox One S, and Xbox One X consoles once a month. This has allowed him to add new interesting functions and try to improve his interface. The May update is the last before E3, which is always a time when Microsoft could reveal new innovative features or major revisions.
These are the highlights of the May update:
- Xbox Live and Discord integration: Xbox Live users can now log in to their Discord accounts. This allows you to share what you are playing with your friends on that PC and mobile communications platform.
- 120Hz video update frequency: If you have a high-frequency update or television monitor, the Xbox One can now up to 120Hz. This means that some games can now process more than 60 frames per second on Xbox One.
- Quick video trimming: If you capture a clip with Xbox One, you can now trim its length without having to open an application separately .
- Improved Family Settings: You now have a central hub for managing how members of your family access content on Xbox One.
- New button commands: The "View" button, or the " Select "if you are unpleasant, now you can rearrange items on the home screen. It can also give you more capture options on the Guide screen.
Microsoft has more details about these updates and changes to their blog here.