Xbox November Update introduces color filters, accessibility tags, and more

Xbox announced This month’s Xbox update and included within are a bunch of accessibility features and other useful updates.

This month’s title Xbox The update is a new color filter, available on Xbox Series X consoles | S, intended to make it easier for people with color blindness or color vision impairments to play games.

These new filters will allow you to “customize the visual experience and distinguish between colors that may look alike” on current games, titles in the following Xbox catalog, and many games in the future. future.

Along with this, all Xbox console is updating its volume and audio output settings in this Xbox Update. This new streamlined experience adds options like “mute speaker sound when headphones are attached,” and rearranges things a bit to make it easier to access related settings.

Additionally, Microsoft is also introducing accessibility feature cards to the Microsoft Store. Thanks to this latest Xbox Update, developers can now tag up to 20 popular accessibility features in their titles to make it easy to find content that meets your wants and needs. more than ever.

As if all these improvements weren’t enough, November Xbox Updates also include controller firmware updates. To note backwards compatibility with their hardware, Microsoft has introduced better cross-device connectivity, as well as reduced latency, on the Bluetooth-enabled Xbox One Wireless Controller, Xbox Elite Series 2 wireless controller and Xbox Adaptive Controller.

Along with the Xbox Update in November, Microsoft will also roll out improvements to the Xbox mobile app soon. These improvements include link sharing, to quickly share gaming moments, as well as a feature that lets you see “top trending content from featured Xbox players in the Xbox app.” “. | Xbox November Update introduces color filters, accessibility tags, and more


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