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Xbox One May Update Beta To Feature Voice Messaging, Stream To PC Rumored

Posted April 21, 2015 by Bunneh3000 in News

The minds at the Xbox division of Microsoft are constantly trying to improve the Xbox One experience by providing more and more features and options. April’s update is here already and it featured the ability to leave voice messages, the new What’s On menu, and improved Party chat functionality. The update for May is well on its way and select Xbox One users are already getting their beta taste of what’s in store for May.

Voice messaging seems to be a highly sought after features as it appears to again be the focus of yet another Xbox One update. This time, the voice messaging recording can be done while in a Party. This is good because I’m sure there are trolls, hecklers, and boasters that would love to shoot that one obscene message to their foes in Call of Duty to invite their squad or clan to a private match just so that they can prove that they were cheating. Of course, none of us do that and instead this messaging feature will more than likely be used to send happy joy sentiments to those we just played against!

While other bugs and fixes are assuredly on the way, one that is rumored to come in May is the ability to stream to other PC devices. This would mean that when the family wants to use the main TV that your Xbox One is on that you can run to your room, fire up your PC, launch the Xbox app, and use your controller to continue right where you left off!

Now THAT should be in the beta! Stay tuned my fellow X-bros!

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