Xbox Series S/X will soon be able to handle multiple WiFi connections

Microsoft announces new feature for Xbox: multiple network memories

Microsoft just announced a new feature that will make life easier for Xbox users who regularly move their consoles between different locations. The tech giant is working on a feature that will allow the Xbox to remember multiple networks, eliminating the hassle of reconnecting to Wi-Fi every time the console is moved.

This new feature saves users time and frustration when changing locations, whether it’s from home to a cabin, the mother-in-law’s house, a friend’s apartment, or even the workplace. The convenience of automatically connecting the Xbox to saved networks will streamline the gaming experience for many users.

The Verge reporter Tom Warren, who is part of the Xbox Insider program, has already put the feature to use and showed off how it looks and works via Threads. This exciting development has sparked debate within the gaming community about the potential implications of such a feature, especially if Microsoft were to release a portable gaming device in the future.

For gamers who are constantly on the go, this new feature is seen as an indispensable addition to the Xbox console. With Microsoft’s continued efforts to improve the gaming experience for users, this feature is just another step in the right direction.

For more information and updates on this new feature, follow Tom Warren on Threads at