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Microsoft Xbox One now supports Arabic

The update enables Arabic-speaking players to enjoy more on the Xbox One platform

Microsoft Xbox One now supports Arabic
Xbox One platform now supports Arabic.

Microsoft has updated its Xbox One platform to feature support for Arabic, as well as a new interface design.

Developers will be able to download the update and experience the new interface that supports Arabic and the operating system interface to offer them insight into what will be available in the future.

The update enables Arabic-speaking players to enjoy more on the Xbox One platform after adding Arabic as one of the key operating languages of the Xbox One in Fall which called "the Xbox Fall Update".

Mohammed Habbab, Xbox Lead for GCC at Microsoft Arabia, said: "We are aware of the passion of the players in the Kingdom and the Gulf countries for Arabic, so we have provided the language for the gamers on the Xbox One, Xbox One S and Xbox One X to give them the opportunity to get more fun while playing, not only that, but autumn update will introduce a new interface with a beautiful modern design in which players can enjoy the games and applications and social networking features through the Xbox.

"Microsoft is always committed to listening to and responding to user and player requests and is working hard to bring the latest features and games to players around the world quickly and effortlessly."

Players switching to Windows 10 user interface on the Xbox One to Arabic will need to access the Settings option > All settings > System > Language and Localisation > and then select Arabic.

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