Today Xbox and Windows Platform Head Mike Ybarra presented an update to the Xbox One UI.
Beneath you can see since it first appeared in alpha to get preview insiders, and the home screen that’s been renewed.
The images show the game pulse, which permits programmers to dosplay news regarding those games. We also observe the multiplayer tab (in both the initial dark style and the newly-announced light manner) together with integration to your Looking for Group feature.
On top of manners and the default dark, we also get two high contrast modes, both dark and light.
Next we also get to see the accomplishment menu in both in dark and light mode.
Last, but not least, Microsoft showcased a video explaining and demonstrating how youll be able to transfer games and 4K information involving your Xbox One and the Xbox One X, for example a majority transfer attribute.
Xbox One X pre-orders have been made available on August 20th, which they sold out almost everywhere really quickly. Luckily, a second wave will be arriving soon. The games console will cost $499, also will launch on November 7th.
If you would like to read more about Microsoft’s plan for the new console and much more, you may check out our recent interview using Xbox Games advertising General Manager Aaron Greenberg.