Microsoft's Mike Ybarra has provided a 'sneak peek' at how Xbox avatars will look with a new wheelchair option - and the images suggest that more detailed avatars may be on the way for everyone.
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Xbox avatars can be extensively customized, but wheelchair users currently have no way to accurately portray themselves in digital form. But Xbox chief Phil Spencer says that option is "not far off".
Microsoft will be releasing the new Xbox One Experience on November 12 to all users and the company has now posted a couple of videos showcasing some of the features that are headed to the console.
Microsoft has rolled out new features for its Xbox One users which includes an expansion to allow a 12-person Part Chat. The particular feature had received 2200 votes on the Xbox Feedback Forum.
Earlier today, Microsoft announced a new Avatars app for Windows 10 and if you look in the new beta store in the Technical Preview, you can try it out right now; a gallery is posted after the jump.
Microsoft's Major Nelson has said that they will be bringing the Avatars app to Windows 10 and that they will share more about the app later this week; a screenshot was shared of the new application.