Microsoft is testing a feature that automatically mutes the speakers when headphones are plugged in, which fixes one of my biggest annoyances while playing games on Xbox. The job is being posted to Xbox Insiders on the Alpha Skip-Ahead episode, which means it will likely be more widely available in the coming months.
Currently, when you connect the headphones to your Xbox controller, the speakers will also stay on, which means if you want to play audio only through the headphones, you need to turn the volume down separately. your speakers. The PS5, on the other hand, easily mutes the speaker when headphones are plugged in, and I’m glad Microsoft is following suit by working on a similar feature for the Xbox. The option to automatically mute the speakers will appear in the list of enhanced audio settings, according to the Microsoft blog.
The new Skip-Ahead Edition also includes a new access feature: color blind filters. “While some games apply similar filters individually, this new feature applies globally to everything on Xbox Series X/S, including all games, movies, apps, menus, and more. Microsoft said on its blog. “It also supports multiple forms of color blindness and the filters can be tweaked to your preference without affecting performance, screenshots or game clips.” The company first talked about this feature during the Xbox Accessibility Show. advance this month.
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