Xbox One Regional Delays Due To Voice-Control Localization
Posted on Wednesday, August 28 @ 07:20:00 PST by Alex_Osborn
A couple of weeks ago, Microsoft announced it would be scaling back on its initial launch, cutting down on the number of territories it will be releasing the Xbox One in on day one.
While many assume the delay has something to do with supply issues,Microsoft head of product development Albert Penello has made it clear that this is in fact no the case. Speaking toOXM, Penello explained why the company had to scale back, placing the bulk of the blame on voice-control localization.
I think people are using the way [voice] works on Xbox 360, which was an accessory we built five years after release, as how it's going to work here. But it's so much more elegant and so much more integrated, and in many ways it's a lot faster and more convenient. Whereas on Xbox 360 it's a lesser version of doing the thing you're used to doing on your controller.Do you find voice control to be an appealing feature of the Xbox One? Might it win some gamers over who were unimpressed with the Xbox 360's Kinect? Might the device prove to be more trouble than it is worth?Share your thoughts in the comments below.
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