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Xbox Discord Voice is now available to everyone

Following the announcement in July 2022 that Microsoft is working with Discord to optimize the audio it provides to Xbox gamers. This week, Microsoft announced that Discord Voice is now available to anyone playing on Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One consoles. With this feature now widely available, Xbox gamers can now chat with anyone on Discord via voice channels or group calls right from their console. It will be much easier for friends to communicate on mobile, Xbox and PC platforms.

How to start using Discord Voice on Xbox

To start chatting with your friends on Discord on Xbox, you need to connect your Xbox account to your Discord account. If you’ve previously connected your Xbox and Discord accounts, you’ll need to reconnect them again to provide the new permissions needed to access Voice on your Xbox console.

Just go to User Settings > Connections on your desktop, web, or mobile device. Select the Xbox logo from the Connections menu and follow the instructions to set up the new Discord Voice service on your Xbox console.

“This means you will be able to see who is talking and talking while you are playing on your console. You can also customize the sound and switch between Discord Voice and Xbox Game Chat while you play all your favorite games. To get started, go to the Discord mobile app and link your Discord account to your Xbox. You will need to complete this step even if you have previously linked accounts. After that, you can join any Discord voice channel or call and stream it to your Xbox.”

“Thanks to all of our Xbox Insiders who provided feedback to help improve the experience. Stay tuned – we’re excited to bring more Discord features to Xbox in the future!”

Source: DXBox

Headings: Gaming News, Breaking News, Xbox




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