Microsoft is currently rolling out your new April Xbox One Update towards community, which a Auto Low-Latency Mode alongside 1440p resolution and AMD Radeon FreeSync support.
As covered earlier, gets into something were already presented for select Xbox Insiders, but Microsoft is currently making these features intended for all Xbox One users.
The Auto Low-Latency mode (ALLM) permits the Xbox One console to notify the connected display to vary towards the low latency video “game” mode. Please be aware that this connected display needs to facilitate ALLM just to be in a position to change to it.
The update also adds 1440p resolution support equally for Xbox One X and Xbox One S. Based on Microsoft, this resolution “should be especially attracting Xbox One owners who employ a 1440p display for PC gaming.”
Following the update, the Xbox One family supports AMD Radeon FreeSync tech, and that is aimed to scale back input latency and minimize display stuttering. More info on this feature is usually read here.
In accessory for the above mentined, the April Xbox One update has changes to game streaming and captures, together with a new Mixer Interactive feature called Share Controller that allows Mixer streamers to? share charge of their game having a viewer on Mixer.com.
Improvements into the Narrator on Xbox One are already implemented as well. “Narrator volume can be positively adjusted independently from system audio volume”, Microsoft writes. “We’ve also introduced a new input learning mode for the Narrator menu. With input learning mode enabled, the Narrator on Xbox You can repeat the name of whatever button you press by using an attached input device. High contrast light theme and narrator options can both be adjusted within the Handiness menu in Settings.”
For more changes we propose you see the full article from Xbox’s Major Nelson listed here.