Microsoft recently released a major new update for Xbox One, delivering various features to the console. Introducing new capabilities for gamers, streamers and other core users, there's a lot explore as a part of the refresh.
Among the highlights are a variety of video options, including support for 1440p resolutions, variable refresh rates (VRR) via FreeSync and auto low latency mode (ALLM). Controller sharing allows for remote play over Microsoft's Mixer live streaming platform, while other changes enable upgrades to everyday use. And with more features on the horizon, Microsoft doesn't look to be slowing down.
With the April Xbox update now available to the public, we've kickstarted a forum post to share your thoughts. What do you think of the latest Xbox One system update? What would you like to see improved? Drop into the forum thread linked below and let us know.
- From the forums: How are you liking the Xbox April 2018 update?
- Xbox One April 2018 update: The complete changelog
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