No Man's Sky Coming To Xbox One July 24

Katie Ramirez
May 18, 2018

It's been in testing with Insiders since then, but today, the update is available for everyone, according to Microsoft's Brad Rossetti.

As you may recall, the support for 1440p resolution was recently integrated into Xbox One, seeking to satisfy those who seek the optimum level of visual reproduction. This allows users to switch from one game to another easily.

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In March, Hello Games had announced that it will be bringing No Man's Sky to Xbox One in the summer. This grouping feature is not shipping with the update as we had reported earlier. In listening to the community's requests, users now have the option to link their Discord account to their Xbox account, making it easier to see what your friends are playing on Xbox Live. Well, thanks to the update of May, the process will be completed and as of today, the options on the rate of the update have added support for the 120 Hz, which will allow users of Xbox One S and Xbox One X can fully exploit the capacity of the monitors that work with that rate. To link the accounts, you'll have to boot up the Discord app on PC or on mobile. This cuts out the need to go to Upload Studio to make quick cuts to saved clips. Tiny shelters or complex colonies that you build as a team are shared for all players. The May Xbox One Update features Discord and 120Hz Refresh Rate support and improvements to the family settings and Xbox Accessories App. And finally, with the new intuitive button commands, you can use the "View" button on Home to edit the order of blocks or reorder items within Groups.

Microsoft has more details about these upgrades and changes on its blog right here.

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