Pixel-peepers, meanwhile, will appreciate the new support for panels with 120Hz refresh rates. The option is available to both Xbox One S and X owners, and works with output resolutions of 1080p and 1440p (sorry 4K fanatics). Microsoft has also added the ability to trim game footage from the pop-out Guide. That means you won’t have to open the dedicated Upload Studio app before posting a Halo 5 headshot (or hilarious State of Decay 2 bug) to Twitter. Finally, there’s a new “Details” page in family settings, an improved Xbox accessories app, and some altered button commands for dashboard navigation. All told, a small but solid update.
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