Xbox yesterday announced it was working on a brand new 'Home UI' experience for its console dashboards. It'll be released to the public in 2023 and will add some nifty new features like a new 'jump back in bar'.
This new dash is already available to Xbox Insiders. If you're wondering how it looks in motion, then you might want to view the tweet below, which was shared with Verge senior editor, Tom Warren.
As you can see, the UI has got everything important up top, with the tiles further down assigned to Xbox Game Pass. The same user suggested there was a lack of customisation:
"You can’t customize anything. Like the add to home stuff is gone and everything below is Game Pass but I quite like it, guess it’s good for people that don’t stay up to date that much" @Gaboooiii117 via Twitter
Keep in mind, Microsoft and Xbox have already said they want to integrate fan feedback into the final design (releasing next year), so this is subject to change:
"We know the Xbox homepage is where our gamers spend a lot of their time, and it’s a space that’s very personal. We also know we can always be listening and learning how we can do better here while keeping your experience fast and familiar. With that, we’re kicking off a multi-month series of experiments to learn how to create a more personalized home screen experience and address some of the top trends and fan requests."
What are your initial impressions of the new Xbox Home UI? Leave a comment down below.