Microsoft makes it easier for Xbox users to join Discord voice chats.
Microsoft and Discord will make it easier to join a voice channel via an Xbox console. You may be familiar with Discord’s recent launch of the Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S integration. The following is a Beta test in July Discord began rolling out this feature to all Xbox owners in April. Voice chats require the Xbox mobile app to transfer. The integration should be more complex in the current version.
Discord helps in establishing a connection with other users living across the globe. You can communicate with voice, video, text messaging, and media in private chats. A server is a group of persistent chat rooms or voice channels that can be accessed via invitation links. Discord works on Windows, macOS, and Android, as well as iOS, Android, iOS, and iPadOS. The service currently has over 350 million registered users and over 150,000,000 monthly active users.
Engadget reported that the new software includes a server browser that allows users to connect to an audio channel from their console.
While you will still need your phone to connect with a friend via Discord if you do so, updating is much easier than it was previously.
Although the beta version of the feature is still in development, Microsoft will most likely release it to all Xbox users within the next few days.
With the advancement of technology, Microsoft is helping users worldwide access Discord, an excellent communication platform incorporating your Xbox Consoles.