Xbox Series X / S . Night mode is coming on

Is a big update coming to Xbox Series X and Series S? According to a reporter for The Verge, that’s exactly the case with several interesting options. The first glimpse just shared by Tom Warren his twitter account. Now here is the first information.

Xbox Series X / S . Night mode is coming on

© Tom Warren / Twitter

Xbox Insider Program members can now try out new features like Night Mode on their Xbox Series X/S which can be turned on in the Preferences submenu in Settings. It will be fully customizable to match each player’s point of view. You can also choose to turn it on manually or schedule it to turn on and off automatically.

Dark Theme Xbox Series X/S

© Tom Warren / Twitter

Night Mode allows you to configure multiple options, starting with the dark theme. You can adjust the screen brightness or enable or deactivate the HDR option.

blue light filter

© Tom Warren / Twitter

It is also possible to activate or deactivate the blue light filter for better visual convenience. Better yet, you’ll soon be able to configure this setting to activate and deactivate after a certain amount of time.

Glow Xbox Series X/S Controller

© Tom Warren / Twitter

Finally, it will be possible to adjust the light intensity of the Xbox logo on the controller and console. It will also be possible to completely extinguish the logo.

According to Tom Warren, this night mode should offer even more options and everything will be very thorough to allow players to find the right balance for an optimal performance. You can find a preview of this night mode on the journalist’s Twitter account which showcases the novelty via GIF and video.

At the moment, these options are in the testing phase for Xbox Insider members. We don’t know yet when Microsoft plans to make the features available to everyone. According to Tom Warren, it’s only a matter of weeks.

Microsoft Xbox Series X

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