It looks the same as on the Xbox One S, of course.
The Xbox One X will, in the end, just be another Xbox One, which means it will use the same OS and UI as your existing Xbox One and Xbox One S- but hey, if you are excited to see some of the UI on the new upcoming system, the good news is, Xbox’s Mike Ybarra just shared the very first screenshot ever of an update on the Xbox One X.
It’s actually basically exactly the same as it would be on your Xbox One or One S, except of course, the graphics show an Xbox One X instead of a One S. But hey, it’s good to see the UI on an eagerly awaited upcoming system- I know I got pretty excited about seeing the Switch UI in the leadup to its launch.
Hopefully and presumably, we will see more of the Xbox One X’s UI, including for functionality specific to it, in the leadup to the system’s launch later this year, on November 7.
Console update time. May do some Diablo on Xbox or Windows today! pic.twitter.com/Bo2ujZ099k
— Mike Ybarra (@XboxQwik) July 2, 2017