Xbox Console Game Clip Twitter Share Returns in Latest Insider Ring Update


Microsoft removed Twitter sharing of Game DVR clips and screenshots on Xbox consoles in the Alpha and Alpha – Skip Ahead Insider Ring update earlier this month. The decision drew a lot of criticism from players who regularly used the feature, so now it has been reversed and the Twitter share has been restored again.

Xbox Insider Beta Ring March 30 Patch Notes

With the introduction of the March 30 Xbox Insider Beta Ring update, players will now see the ability to re-share their gameplay clips and screenshots on Twitter. At the time the change was made, it was unclear whether it was a deliberate change or an error, as Twitter sharing was not mentioned in the Xbox Insider Ring patch notes. As spotted by EurogamerXbox Insider Program Manager Brad Rosetti confirmed that the change was deliberate and they reversed the decision following feedback from the players. Other changes for the ringtone beta included a fix for times when a guest profile could not be logged in to play local multiplayer and other changes for language localization.

Other rings also received updates this week. Omega, Delta, Alpha, and Alpha – Skip Ahead have also received optimizations to “properly reflect local languages ​​on console”, though all are still subject to some “strange” text that may still appear, usually text that’s still waiting. to be translated. in the right language. Those who suffer from choppy playback issues in streaming apps like Netflix on Alpha – Skip Ahead will also find the playback to be much smoother.

In other news, E3 2022 has been canceled this year, so there will be no in-person event or digital streams. The event intends to return in 2023 with a much larger presence. Elsewhere, Microsoft apparently intends to introduce an Xbox Game Pass family plan with different tiers that will allow up to five people to be included in one subscription.


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