The Xbox June update is here. It improves party chat by introducing voice-to-text and text-to-speech functions. In addition to these improvements, the update also makes changes to the Xbox app. The app can now display official posts of the game, can rearrange groups in the guide, and make it easier to review and approve family members playing with different users Request platform. In addition, Xbox One users in the future will be able to play next-generation games through Xbox Cloud Gaming.

Through a post on the Xbox website, Microsoft shared the new features brought by the latest Xbox update. It adds voice-to-text and text-to-speech functions to the party chat. Voice-to-text transcription will enable gamers to read whatever their party members say in an overlay of gameplay; the overlay is also adjustable. Text-to-speech will allow them to enter whatever they want in the party chat and let the synthesized voice read it to party members. There are multiple voice options for each language. These party chat features can be accessed under “Ease of Access”> “Game and Chat Transcription”.

The Xbox app will now start to display official posts from the game, and users can share, like, or comment on these posts. In the Xbox June update, there is a new option in the guide called “Mobile Groups” that allows you to rearrange groups created with apps and games. In addition, parents can use the Xbox Family Settings app or the console itself to review and approve requests for their family members to play cross-platform games with people on different consoles or PCs.

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Starfield will be exclusive to Xbox Series X/Series S and PC

In another post detailing the exclusive game lineup displayed on E3, Microsoft revealed that it will allow Xbox One users to play next-generation console games through Xbox Cloud Gaming in the future, such as Microsoft Flight Simulator, Redfall, Starfield, etc. (previously known as xCloud). These games are currently exclusive to Xbox Series X/Series S and PC.

This is good news for owners of the previous generation of Xbox consoles, because even if some upcoming games will not be officially released under Xbox One support, they can still use cloud gaming to experience these games. This makes sense, because the old generation of consoles is not capable of running new games as expected, but using Xbox Cloud Gaming, they do not need additional graphics and processing power, only a stable Internet connection. Microsoft said it will soon Share more details.


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