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Xbox One Snap Mode Could Be Replaced Soon
After latest Holiday Update, Microsoft is thinking about the future of Xbox One and how to make this console performance better. According to a Windows Central report, Microsoft could get rid of Xbox One Snap mode, replacing it with a better interface.
Microsoft’s new dashboard could have a new Guide menu tab, offering instant access to recently used games and stuff like that, with an option to display and customize pins the way you want.
This is what Windows Central said about this question and Xbox One Snap mode.
Xbox is exploring the possibility of a picture-in-picture multitasking implementation right now, where a snapped app would simply hover in the corner of your game, rather than filling up a quarter of your screen with a largely empty bar.
By the way, Microsoft is also thinking about VR as Xbox One games streaming for Oculus Rift will be coming in December.
Microsoft is working on a new app that will allow Oculus Rift owners to stream their Xbox One games to their headsets.
This app will come with no cost and will connect through the home network.
This new Xbox One Streaming to Oculus Rift app will connect to your Xbox One via your home network. Once connected, your console’s video output is sent to your Rift headset and projected onto a big screen in your choice of one of three immersive VR environments: “Citadel,” “Retreat” and “Dome.”
Do you like the idea of this way to play games?
Microsoft could really do something good with this app, letting players enjoy games in a revolutionary way.
Xbox One and Xbox One S are already available.