A recent update for Xbox Series X and S consoles adds noise suppression in party chats.
On your Xbox Series X|S console, you may notice fewer unwanted noises and interruptions than before. Noise suppression helps remove noises like gamepad clicks, breathing, and background noise from your parties.
If you want to keep some types of background noise like music in your parties, you can also turn noise suppression off. Just open the guide, scroll to Parties & chats, and select Options. There you can enable or disable noise suppression. We’re excited that this feature launches on Xbox Series X|S today, and we’ll be bringing it to more devices soon.
The optional feature will remove unwanted noise, such as clicking, breathing, and background noise.
The same update adds the ability to start a game right away when viewing a friend's shared captures.
Even if you like to party heartily, sometimes it's nice to party quietly. The most recent Xbox update will help you do just that, as it brings party chat noise suppression. The feature will remove unwanted noise, such as clicks, breathing, and background noise. The same update also allows jumping straight into games when viewing shared captures.
While some of the best Xbox headsets feature noise cancellation, there are many headsets without it. The new noise suppression feature for Xbox should eliminate background noise and distractions, even for those that don't have premium headsets.