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Xbox is fighting toxic gamers with a new feature

Xbox is fighting toxic gamers with a new feature

This week, Microsoft will make available the new functionality, with which we can create an audio minute from the in-game voice chat, so that we can report verbal abuse to the company.

Dave McCarthy, Vice President of Player Services according to his position The job is introduced to fight against toxic members in player camps. The innovation is expected to make gaming communities a safer environment and eliminate verbal abuse.

The new option allows you to make a maximum one-minute recording at any time while using in-game voice chat, which you can instantly send to Microsoft. If we don’t, the audio will be automatically deleted from our console after 24 hours. The entire feature is designed to be as smooth and quick to use as possible, and to take the player out of the game as little as possible.

As usual, the functionality will be available first to members of the Insider program, and later to the wider gamer camp, and there is a question as to how it will work in the EU due to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

One Recently published research According to the results, seven out of ten players avoid certain multis titles because the opinion of the community associated with them is negative, thus “eliminating” toxic communities is also in the interest of companies, because they lose potential players.

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