Is a big update coming to Xbox Series X and Series S? According to a reporter from The Verge, it is indeed the case with many interesting options. A first preview has just been shared by Tom Warren on his Twitter account

. Here’s the first information right now.

Night mode coming to Xbox Series X/S

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Members of the Xbox Insiders program can now test new features on their Xbox Series X/S such as the night mode that can be activated in the settings’ preferences submenu. It will be completely customizable to match each player’s view. You’ll also be able to choose to turn it on manually or schedule it to turn on and off on its own.

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Night mode allows you to set a lot of options starting with a dark theme. It is possible to adjust the brightness of the screen or to enable or disable the HDR option.

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It is also possible to enable or disable a blue light filter for a better visual comfort. Even better, you’ll soon be able to set this setting to turn on and off by itself after a certain time.

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© Tom Warren / Twitter

Finally, it will be possible to adjust the brightness of the Xbox logo on the controller and on the console. It will even be possible to turn off the logos completely.

This night mode should offer even more options and everything would be, according to Tom Warren, very advanced to allow players to find the perfect balance for an optimal display. You can check out a preview of this night mode on the reporter’s Twitter account, which illustrates the new features via a GIF and a video.

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

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