Having admired every centimeter of the next console of Microsoft, Xbox One X, Mike Ybarra offers us a first taste of the operating system of this new console. Specifically, it is one of the update screen.
As we already know Xbox One X will use the same user interface already available on Xbox One and Xbox One S, although Microsoft has specified that at the launch of the new device a system update will introduce something new.
A few hours ago, the Vice President of Xbox, Mike Ybarra, has shared on his official Twitter profile the very first image of the update screen of Xbox One X.
As you can see from the image attached to the news above, the update of the mid-gen console differs a little from what we can already see on Xbox One and Xbox One S, where the only visible change is represented by the image of the console in use.
“Console update time,” reads the Tweet of the Vice President of Xbox and Windows gaming platform of Microsoft followed by “May do some Diablo on Xbox or Windows today!.”
It seems therefore that, in line with the philosophy that we have seen with the Xbox One console as a “family” of devices, Xbox One X will retain the same interface of the predecessor, perhaps with the introduction of the new concept called from Microsoft Fluent Design.
Xbox One X will be available for purchase on November 7, 2017, at a price of $499.
Console update time. May do some Diablo on Xbox or Windows today! pic.twitter.com/Bo2ujZ099k
— Mike Ybarra (@XboxQwik) July 2, 2017