> The end of the year is approaching and with him the launch period of Xbox Series X , the new next-gen platform from Microsoft destined to support the equally performing PS5 from Sony.
Now, Tom Warren – senior editor of The Verge – has confirmed what would appear to be a very important detail of the dashboard of the next Redmond House console, namely that aesthetic level should be absolutely identical to the Xbox One counterpart.
Just below, Warren’s tweet:
I can confirm the Xbox Series X dashboard will be the same as the Xbox One. Microsoft is adding some additional stuff in for the console features, but the UI and dash will be the same. Speed and perf will also be improved
– Tom Warren (@tomwarren) June 13, 2020
I can confirm that Xbox Series X dashboards will be the same as Xbox One. Microsoft is adding additional elements for console functionality, but the user interface and UI will be identical. Speed and performance will also be improved.
In any case, remember that at the beginning of June this year, Brad Sams of Thurrott confirmed that a very important update of the Xbox Store is coming, which will distort both the appearance and the current architecture, with an eye to 4K televisions.
But not only: the news of the next the new generation consoles of the Xbox family will be shown at the appointment set for the Xbox 20/20 series, whose next event is expected in July to accompany the release of the Xbox Series X at the end of the year. June, dedicated to the presentation of the Xbox Series S, known by the codename Lockhart, seems to have been postponed to August.
Again with regard to the Xbox galaxy, you have already read that the 343 community manager Industries, Brian “Ske7ch” Jarrard, has announced that this year’s E3 (canceled on the way of the pandemic) could it have been a unique opportunity for the Halo: Infinite team to dominate the international scene?
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