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Yesterday, Xbox announced a new feature that allows gamers to chat directly with their Discord friends on Xbox. According to the Xbox blog, this feature is currently in beta testing or Xbox Insider and will be available to everyone outside the Xbox Insiders program very soon.
With Discord voice chat on Xbox, you’ll be able to see who is on your call and who is speaking, and even adjust the volume between Discord voice and your Xbox game. However, the process to get started with it in the Xbox Insider Program is a bit complicated as you’ll have to transfer your calls from Discord on mobile to your Xbox console since there’s no Discord app on Xbox.
To begin, you’ll have to go to Parties & chats and click Try Discord Voice on Xbox. You’ll then have to scan a QR code, and set up a two-way link between both your Discord account and Xbox (even if you’ve linked your accounts previously.) From there, you can go into a Discord channel as usual, and in the Discord mobile app, you’ll see a new option to Join on Xbox. The Xbox app will then launch and let you connect the Discord Voice chat to your Xbox Series X|S or Xbox One console.
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