MADRID, Sep. 9 (Portaltic/EP) –
microsoft has announced the start this week of the first tests of its new user interface for consoles Xbox, whose final launch is scheduled for next year.
The Redmond company has pointed out that players spend a large part of their time on the Home screen of their systems, a “very personal” space on which they receive comments to improve, as stated in a statement published on the Xbox website. .
Therefore, Microsoft has announced the start of a series of “experiments” to “learn how to create” a user interface “more personalized” to adhere to the most popular requests from its Xbox users.
Among the novelties of this first design, the new section that shows the recently played titles and allows immediate access to them through the fast resume.
Other access considered relevant, such as those that lead to Settings, the Microsoft Store and My games and ‘apps’, also appear more prominent than in the previous version. Also, when the user scrolls down they will be able to see recommended games based on their history and tastes.
Microsoft has added that, despite these developments, the design will bet on visual coherence and will include updated identifiers that at the same time result in a familiar experience for players.
The technology company has announced that the first tests have started this week with a group of members of the Alpha Skip-Ahead ring within its Xbox Insiders program, which it has randomly selected.
From then on, Microsoft will test different approaches, with the goal of releasing the final version in 2023. In addition, the company plans to offer new content based on user activity and tips for get the most out of your Game Pass subscription.