If you play Xbox Series X or S, you may have wanted to use Discord to chat with your friends. If you play on Xbox Series X or S, the first thing you will need to know is that Discord is unfortunately officially unavailable on the Microsoft Store. This means that to enjoy the unique features of the app, you will need to install a third-party application.
To do so, head to the Microsoft Store in your console and go to the search option located in the top left. Once you enter the right details, you will be able to chat with your friends and stream games in Xbox Series X & S.
Discord revolutionized online communications by allowing players to set up their own servers where they could host their own chats and bring people together to discuss and share memes, etc. Microsoft may be working towards bringing official support for Discord, as they’re doing everything they can to make using the console as easy and user friendly as possible.
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If you want to use Discord on an Xbox Series X or S to talk with friends in voice chats or keep track of things going on if you aren’t close to your PC, you’ll need to rely on something called Quarrel. Open up the Microsoft Store on your Series X or S. Click “Search” and type in “Discord.” Download the app “Quarrel” to your system.
While playing games on the Xbox is an excellent experience, the party system still pales compared to Discord. Type in ‘Quarrel,’ download the app with a blue header and a quail as its logo (check the image below for reference.). Be advised that players will have to re-enter the app and manually leave a channel to exit a Discord chat.
PlayStation users are eager to find out when exactly the Discord feature will be arriving in the Store, which will allow players to connect across various platforms. So many massive multiplayer games such as Call of Duty, Apex Legends, and even Destiny 2 are all cross-platform, allowing those on PC, Xbox, Playstation, and even Stadia to connect. Over the years, Discord has made it easy for players to connect and showcase the type of games they’re playing via online status.
For those wondering which PlayStation consoles it will be available on, rest assured both PS4 and PS5 owners can utilize the new feature. However, if one eventually does come to fruition, users would no longer be limited to game chat and trying to find friends through the PlayStation Network. As more information about PlayStation’s collaboration with Discord is released, we’ll be updating this article with all the news.
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