The very first episode of the monthly "Inside Xbox" webcast premiered without a hitch as Team Xbox talked about everything Xbox. While the game console will soon be getting 1440p support with the spring update - now live for testers - also on the way are support for AMD Freesync-compatible monitors and the ability for TVs to automatically switch to low latency mode.
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Microsoft has been supporting Xbox One by introducing new features and now Microsoft has revealed another feature coming to Xbox One X and Xbox One S and that is FreeSync Display support.
Mixer streamers on Xbox One will be able to share their controller directly with their viewers on Mixer. Notably, Microsoft says that using either feature will require "a supported TV or monitor". Freesync allows for a supported TV or monitor to synchronize its refresh rate with your console. Microsoft pledged support for the then-unreleased HDMI standard before the Xbox One X came out, and it seems that the company is taking steps toward making good on its promise.
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Along with finally enabling a variable refresh rate mode with FreeSync, Microsoft's announcement adds an extra dimension since it turns out this is going to support the expanded FreeSync 2 feature set.
This mode will detect when a game is launched from the Xbox interface and will automatically switch the TV to low-latency mode or game mode. If anyone happens to use Mixer for game streaming, they'll be able to let viewers take control of the game remotely using a virtual or physical controller.
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