Microsoft has started rolling out a new update for the Xbox Dashboard (available on both Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S) that adds a few more features and visual appeal. New shortcuts have been added to the top of the home screen, and just like the PS5 dashboard, your wallpaper will now change depending on which game you highlight. Overall, everything looks a little sleeker, more refined, and again… a little more PS5-esque. Microsoft is also definitely using the update to highlight Game Pass more, with the new shortcuts at the top of the screen linking to it, a new prominent "Recently Added to Game Pass" row when you scroll down the page, and more. Not surprising, as Game Pass is Xbox's biggest success story right now.
Here are some of the changes and features the new Xbox Dashboard update offers:
Microsoft says it's currently rolling out the new Xbox Dashboard to a "subset" of users, which means you might be able to check it out starting today! That said, not everyone will get it right away, as some will have to wait a few weeks to see the changes. What do you think of the new user interface? A positive change? Negative? Or are you indifferent?
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