Sounds like Microsoft's revamped Xbox Avatars received't launch until next year
It sounds like Microsoft’s new and improved Xbox Avatars will not be out until next year.
The new 2.0 avatars have been anticipated to launch on Windows PCs this autumn and on Xbox One somewhat later. However, when requested on Twitter if the brand new Xbox Avatars would nonetheless flip up earlier than the year’s finish, Microsoft’s Mike Ybarra confirmed they might “most likely [be] early next year. Working to make them great. Patience will pay off.”
Most probably early next year. Working to make them nice. Patience will repay. https://t.co/iqn4Y4FNPu
— Mike Ybarra (@XboxQwik) November 13, 2017
Microsoft’s new avatars have been revealed again in June, and place a selected concentrate on variety and inclusivity. They function a much-expanded vary of customisation choices, together with prosthetic legs and arms, wheelchairs, and non-gender-locked clothes. “For everybody everywhere”, is how Microsoft has described them.
“At the end of the day, avatars are meant for what you want your digital self to represent,” mentioned lead product supervisor Bryan Saftler again at E3. “We don’t want to put you in a box – there are no more checkboxes. No matter what you think you look like, what you want to represent online, this new avatar system […] is designed to make sure you feel like you can represent your best self on Xbox Live.”