For those using monitors or TVs to play on their Xbox One, an upcoming update in May will add support for the 120 Hz refresh rate. Microsoft recently added support for 1440p, low-latency automatic mode, and variable refresh rate this month.
In the display and sound options, Xbox One owners can choose either a refresh rate of 60 Hz or 120 Hz. Why does support for high refresh rates play a role? The refresh rate for a monitor or TV may affect play, as it may affect the input order. Supporting 120 Hz would ultimately halve the visible input lag on the console if your monitor or TV supports it.
Also in May, Xbox One updates games and apps in several My Games and Apps collections can group the dashboard. Those who capture, edit, and upload game clips on their Xbox One have a new feature that allows them to trim clips without having to open them in Upload Studio.
In addition to these features, Enhanced Family Settings details page, where parents can identify all family settings on the console. As usual, these features are first routed to the Xbox Insider program and sound like they are being released in staggered form. For more information about these Xbox One One Dashboard updates, visit the Xbox Blog