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The latest Xbox One update adds Google Assistant voice controls

Xbox One’s November update is here, bringing with it a bunch of new features and tools designed, as always, to improve your gaming experience. First up, and probably most notable, is the roll-out of Google Assistant voice controls. We’ve known this was coming for a while, and after a brief spell in beta, it’s now available to all Xbox users. If you’ve got a Google Assistant Home-enabled device, you’ll be able to turn your console on and off, launch games and apps and control videos using your voice, and the usual “Hey, Google…” command.

Also in the update are gamertag improvements for console, following the PC update that saw the addition of 13 worldwide alphabets and a new display option. These are now supported on profiles, friends lists, messages, clubs and more. Current players can keep their existing Xbox tag without having to do anything…

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