Xbox Series X Update includes better quick resumes, dynamic themes, and audio tweaks


Not everyone who wants the Xbox Series X has it, but the experience continues to improve with each new update, primarily due to lack. Xbox May updates include quick resume improvements, multiplayer tweaks for kids, audio enhancements, and more. Take a closer look at the latest information on Team Xbox.

Quick resume, new features

Quick Resume is a feature of this generation that takes advantage of the innovative Xbox Velocity to push technology to the limit. The ability to go back and forth between many games has been a huge boon to players, and is now even better with improved reliability, faster load times, and even better.

Also, the new tag makes it a little easier for Xbox crews to detect games that are compatible with the Quick Resume feature. You can also group them together to easily find out what is the perfect migration target.

Audio improvements

Pass-through audio is a way to stream Xbox media apps (Netflix, Disney +, Vudu, etc.) to further improve sound quality. Microsoft has a player[一般]>[音量とオーディオ出力]>[詳細]>[パススルーを許可]You can go to and explain in detail that you can start using it. Click the box to mark it for permission and experience even better sound in the future.

Dynamic theme

Dynamic themes were a big hit on the PlayStation, but Sony opted them out on the PS5 (for now). Today, the Xbox Series X / S has had this more interactive background experience since its launch, with a new mote theme available as a pattern for this month. To get started[設定]>[一般]>[パーソナライズ]>[マイバックグラウンド]>[ダイナミックバックグラウンド]Go to.

Parents and multiplayer

For parents of games using the new system, Microsoft released the Xbox Family Settings app on iOS and Android last year. Starting this month, parents / parents can approve multiplayer games directly from the console or app. This also allows parents to fine-tune the multiplayer mode settings for certain games, such as allowing approved titles to bypass family settings. Don’t worry your child will use this to fool the system, each change will alert the app through notifications.

Learn more about the Xbox May update. Here..