Discord Voice Chat On Xbox Is Now Online | Inquirer Technology

Discord Voice Chat On Xbox Is Now Online

/ 02:13 PM September 14, 2022

Xbox owners can now use Discord to speak with their teammates while gaming. The latest update lets them connect to Discord calls with their Xbox One, Xbox Series S, and Xbox Series X.

The chat service will not appear as a dedicated Xbox app. Instead, users may transfer their voice chats from Discord to their game console. Consequently, you cannot directly enter calls from your Xbox.


You will have to transfer calls from the Xbox and Discord mobile apps. Also, Xbox owners may access the new Discord Voice Chat option inside the Parties & chat section of the console dashboard. 

How to use Discord Voice Chat on Your Xbox

This represents Discord Voice Chats on Xbox.

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You will have to link your Xbox account to your Discord account. If you have established this connection before, you will have to do it again to grant the new permissions required.


Start by opening the User Settings on your Xbox. Then, select Connections on desktop, web, or mobile. Select the Xbox logo inside the Connection menu and follow the instructions.

The link lets you display your Gamertag, current game activity, and the time you have spent playing a specific game in your user profile. More importantly, you may speak with your friends via voice chat directly from your Xbox.

Discord Voice Chats work by transferring your Voice calls from Discord to your console. You will need the Xbox mobile app, and you must link your Discord and Xbox accounts. 

You may begin by joining a Voice channel you would like to join using Discord on desktop or mobile. Next, you will see a new option to transfer the call to your console. 

Begin the Transfer, and the Xbox app will automatically open and notify you that it is ready to connect your Xbox to the Discord voice channel. Lastly, tap confirm in the Xbox mobile app, and you are ready to go!

Xbox is not the only platform that is adopting Discord-like services. Meta recently launched Community Chats for Facebook with audio channels, admins, and moderators.

If this is your first time hearing about Discord, you may want to start trying its services. It started as a video game chat service, but it is now an emerging strategy for digital marketing.

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