Mon. Oct 3rd, 2022

Microsoft is planning to introduce a new dashboard next year for Xbox. Although we don’t have exact dates yet, a few of those enrolled in the Xbox Insider program can access the revamped dashboard. The new UI isn’t only different in its look and feel, but it also has some new features. Xbox experimenting with a lot of new ideas, and some of them seem familiar.


The new UI is similar to the PS5, but has a Jump back in feature that allows you to jump back into every game you were playing so quickly as possible (thanks to VGC). Settings, Store, Search, and My Games andamp; Apps, some of the most important apps in the dashboard, receive their own dedicated tiles on Xbox Home. Scroll down will give you a choice of games according to your taste. All these additions will keep the team in a position to keep the experience familiar, a visual identifier and a coherent design track ensuring a consistent design.

I’m the Halo infinite, therefore you don’t need to bother with the mess.

While this is a test round, the final version that is scheduled for 2023 might look quite different and include or exclude features based on feedback from the Insiders.

We know that Xbox is where our gamers spend a lot of their time, and that is a space that’s very personal”, says Ivy Krislov, senior product manager at Xbox Experiences. “We also know we can always listen to and learn what we can do in this place while keeping your experience fast and familiar. After that, started a multi-month experiment to learn how to create a more personalized home screen experience and respond to a lot of the top trends and fan requests.

The new UI will only be available to Xbox Insiders in the Alpha Skip-Ahead ring. In addition to the above mentioned features, the team will offer more than just the recommended game, and other information such as “how to eat better through your Game Pass?”

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