Phil Spencer tweeted about the Delay processing of the Background music play on XBOX ONE. Well, it’s not possible until the next summer. We have all been into this from the very beginning of the PC gaming system. But this is not old school tech for the XBOX players. So this facility is now being synchronized by the XBOX console. Phil Spencer said, “won’t be [possible] before summer sorry to say.”
MY Previous VERDICT about Xbox One!
The present arrangement is, putting it politely, an inelegant one, requiring a decent lot of screen real estate to perform at straightforward capacity. To add to the sting of Spencer’s remark, Sony as of late reported that its flexible music streaming service, PlayStation Music, has been downloaded by 11 million clients. Well, that’s from SONY, you should not follow their strategy Microsoft!
The capacity to play music in the background was only one more case of an element lost in the move from the Xbox 360 to the Xbox One that Microsoft has gotten flack for in the time. But they are not finding any solution to provide a better Resolution display on their upcoming XBOX ONE Consoles rather putting some extra features in it. Well, it is pretty sure that it has taken the organization to re-actualize that list of capabilities.
@TheEjderha83 Won't be before summer sorry to say.
— Phil Spencer (@XboxP3) January 14, 2016
Thankfully, they gained the title of the Best Controller award with their amazing ELITE controller. But it’s not something terribly new on Microsoft’s part, and with some time restricted titles to boost sales such as Rise of the Tomb Raider, and in addition genuine console exclusives like Halo 5: Guardians and Forza Motorsport 6 appear to have helped deals over the Christmas season, however, Microsoft hasn’t precisely been quick to discharge deals numbers to affirm that theory.