Disc eject using controller on Xbox One
Pressing the menu button when highlighting the disc drive app and scrolling down to select eject for any discs that are currently in the drive. This feature was very neat and helpful on 360, and it would be cool to see it make a return on the One.
[Mod Edit: This idea was merged with similar ideas posted by Y0U G0T M4X3D, LishPROD and Yordan Sampon. Thanks, everyone!]
Point is, what if the button breaks or something? Without any other option you'd be unable to get the disc out. Unless you're willing to use the paperclip method everytime you want to change disc.
I’m surprised so many people care about this feature. It’s not my place to tell people what to care about, so by all means, continue to push for this, but I never understood the point, since you have to get up to change the disc anyway.
abdo rama commented
That would be really handy!
Ya Boi CrazyX commented
I would love to see this come back!
I also miss this feature that was available on my xbox 360.
Interesting idea. Think this would be good support for Ease of Access features.
Great Idea! And to make it better, it should be with the Y button again.
Quaya Breezy commented
I agree with you. I hope they add this feature as well, it'd make things a little bit easier.
Not too bad
That's the only thing I miss the Xbox 360 for!
That's actually a good idea
Or by pressing a combination of buttons or even add the option to the screen that comes up when you hit the X button (only if there is a disc in the system)
I hope you mean to push Y when in guide or on the dashboard, not make ANOTHER controller model.
Used it alot on my 360, I would like to have this back
alii b commented
I think the reason they don't have it is because there isn't a disc tray like the 360.
The tray can be opened or closed but leave disc in the xbox one too long and it just re-inserts it.
But why? Since you have to get up to change the disk
shiny dolphin6 commented
there should be a way to eject a disk like what the 360 had
Space Core 77 commented
I think the main problem with this is that the disc gets re-inserted pretty fast.