Update: Windows Central managed to get their hands on the next Xbox One update which features Microsoft’s Fluent Design language. It features translucent overlays and larger menus.
The Xbox One recently got a new interface but it looks like Microsoft isn’t done. By the time the Xbox One X launches, the standard Xbox One and the Xbox One X will have a new interface. In a response on Twitter, Ybarra said teased the new interface. Many members of the press who were able to play on the Xbox One X at E3 2017 also noticed a few changes. The Xbox One X launches in November so who know what Microsoft will rework in the meantime.
They’ll be the same, but different from what you see today. 😉
— Mike Ybarra (@XboxQwik) June 15, 2017
Aside from the Xbox One X, we now have this new interface to look forward to. We imagine it’s probably similar to the one which was showcased during the company’s recent events. Microsoft’s Fluent Design language is going to make its way to all of their devices and it should play an important role in the Xbox One family. We can’t wait!