2021 was a big year for Xbox, with Game Pass emerging, cloud gaming expansion, 20th anniversary celebrations and the unexpected. early launch of Halo Infinite multiplayer, which paves the way for the arrival of the campaign scheduled for December. The Xbox team, however, does not intend to sit on its laurels.
The Xbox ecosystem still has room for improvement, as Jason Ronald admitted. During the last episode of the Iron Lords Podcast, the Director of Project Management of the house admitted that the video capture and sharing capabilities of Xbox One and Series X | S need to be perfected, since at present they do not even satisfy the Redmond developers themselves.
Thankfully, engineers are already working on a number of feature enhancements that should be made available in the coming months. “For us it represents an absolute priority “, confessed Ronald, who also took advantage of it for highlight the fundamental role of the community, which with its feedback is configured as a real driving force for future system updates. Speaking of which, he invited players to join the Insider program, the best way they can make their voices heard.
The most recent Xbox Series X | S and One system update, remember, arrived on November 17th enhancing accessibility options, enhancing audio and reducing latency on Xbox One, Elite Series 2 and Adapative controllers with the same Dynamic Latency Input technology already integrated on XboX Series X controllers.