Welcome to our weekly Xbox news recap series, where we go over the top stories of the past week in the world of Xbox. Let’s get started.
Xbox One X: Project Scorpio Edition now available for pre-order
The Xbox One X is finally available for pre-order, for those among you who are chomping at the bit to get yours on day one.
The initial wave is being called the Xbox One X: Project Scorpio Edition, and its surprise announcement was shown off at the tail end of an amazing Gamescom showing, just a couple of days before the convention proper.
— Xbox (@Xbox) August 20, 2017
Light Mode coming to the Xbox One
The Xbox One is getting a brand new UI along with the Xbox One X, and it’s also getting a new tint. The Xbox One X’s new UI design is being accompanied by an option for “Light Mode” – a toggled option which makes the UI’s dark default tint into a classic white, which some Xbox 360 users may be familiar with. The feature will be available on preview in the near future.
— Xbox UK (@xboxuk) August 20, 2017
New Kickstarter working on adapter for the Xbox One X controller on PS4 and Switch
Near a PS4 or Nintendo Switch, but only have access to an Xbox One controller? That’s something of a specific predicament, but the world of crowdfunding is here to make sure you can be accommodated.
Brook Design on Kickstarter is looking to raise $5,000 towards its project to make an adapter that will fit the Xbox One X to either of the other current-gen consoles, and it’s already surpassed it. If you want to contribute to the surplus, go ahead and check out the page.
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