- Microsoft is working on a new night mode for Xbox consoles.
- The Night Mode is another cool Xbox feature Microsoft has clearly put a lot of effort into.
- Xbox night mode allows for a lot of customization.
Hey Xbox Insiders! New Xbox Update Preview coming to the Alpha Skip-Ahead ring. Some updates made in these preview OS builds include background improvements that ensure a quality and stable build for Xbox consoles. Xbox night mode allows for a lot of customization, including different dimming levels and an optional blue light filter.
Microsoft Xbox: How to access Night Mode?
- Open the Guide menu by hitting the Xbox button on your controller.
- Navigate right to find the Settings Menu.
- Once inside, go down to Preferences.
- Select Night mode.
New Features and Experiences:
We have exciting news! Alpha Skip-Ahead users can expect something new coming to their Xbox Update Preview.
Settings – Night Mode
- Night Mode has now been added as a new feature in Settings! Users can now dim and filter their screen, as well as dim their console & controller LED brightness. Please note that localization is still pending, so the feature is currently only available in English.
- Once you’ve activated Night Mode, you can set up a time schedule for when it turns on, and when it turns off.
- You can also set it up to adjust specifically at sunrise and sunset, based on the current time of year.
- You can adjust the amount of dimming, and the amount of filtering.
- Can set the console to block HDR, which nullifies those bright highlights.
- You can set it to switch between a dark theme and a light theme based on the time of day.
- You can set it to dim the lights on both your controller and your power button.
Microsoft Xbox: Fixes Implemented
Thanks to the hard work of Xbox engineers, the following fixes have been implemented for this build:
- Apps: Fixes to address some apps failing to launch with error code 0x87e50001.
- Xbox Cloud Gaming: Fixed an issue where some users could not launch a game.
- System: Various updates to properly reflect local languages across the console.
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