One of the top game console “Xbox one” will be receiving Amazon Alexa and Google assistant support. The Xbox one series which includes the Xbox One, Xbox One S, and Xbox One X are said to get Microsoft and Google Voice command support sooner.
The company plans to allow you to choose which assistant you want to use with your Xbox One and will prompt you to install the Xbox skills app for your choice of assistant to get connected and control your console with voice controls through a smart speaker that won’t need you to use a headset.
According to a report on Windows Central citing a “reliable source who is familiar with Amazon and Microsoft’s efforts to link Alexa and Cortana”, the Kinect and Devices option in work-in-progress Xbox One OS builds have a section called Digital Assistants that lets you use your Xbox One with these options. At the moment, the full set of features for these are unknown but it could bring back voice-assisted features Kinect users want.
The date wasn’t disclosed, although Windows Central noted that we could see an announcement “sooner rather than later”. This is just a leak and nothing more. Both companies haven’t confirmed it so we are just to wait for them to announce it to be fully sure.
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