Fans want to know how to use Discord on Xbox consoles following the voice feature’s new announcement by Microsoft this week.
The good news is the tech giant has provided all the updates required for fans to get ready for the big launch.
And we even know when the first gamers will be able to access Discord on Xbox this month.
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How To Use Discord On Xbox
Microsoft has confirmed that while Discord is coming to Xbox very soon for everyone, there will be limitations put on the service over the coming weeks. To be one of the first people to use Discord on Xbox, you will need to join the Xbox Insider Program.
However, if you’re already a member, then things will be a lot easier this week for you to get ready. Microsoft has confirmed that the Discord update will start rolling out to Xbox Insiders on July 20, followed by general use on a later date. It should also be noted that the Xbox Insider rollout for Discord could take several weeks to reach everyone.
To use Discord on Xbox as an Insider, you will find the new option in the Parties & chats menu on your Xbox console screen. According to a post from Microsoft, the ‘Try Discord Voice on Xbox’ option will already be there.
Your @Discord and Xbox are about to become a lot closer.Check out the Discord Voice update coming soon to your Xbox: https://t.co/r4ine8CwNH pic.twitter.com/5ZRS6fsHxm— Xbox (@Xbox) July 20, 2022
Having clicked through, you will then need to scan a QR code that will take you to a special Discord and Xbox app section, where you will be able to connect your accounts. Anyone who has done this in the past will need to do it again.
Microsoft has not revealed any need to head over to the Xbox Insider Hub to join the testing phase, but it might be worth double checking if no new options pop up on your Parties Menu today.
How To Join Xbox Insider Program
The Xbox Insider Program makes it possible to test new features and builds for Xbox consoles and Windows, as well as gain access to special gaming events. Currently, you can choose to test the Halo Infinite Co-op Campaign alongside the latest version of the Xbox ecosystem.
To join the Xbox Insider Program, you need to download the app from the Xbox Store by navigating there, Choosing Search, Entering insider in the box, and then selecting the Xbox Insider bundle. Select Get or Install. This will install both the Xbox Insider Hub and the Report a problem app.
You will then be given the option to join. Having joined, you might still have to wait to gain access to Discord, as there are different levels to the Xbox Insider Hub, which usually governs who gets access to new feature testing first.
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