Design of the new revamped version of Xbox Store has been leaked and a good number of images and real hands-on video of the same is available.
The new UI is codenamed ‘Mercury’.
A few screenshots of the new design was posted by @wincommunity on Twitter and a fully-fledged real hands-on video by Windows Central Gaming.
The new UI is more or less adopting the Fluent Design principle to make it look good and in line with the design of other Microsoft services.
The rounded corners, tiles, and new animations make it really eye-catchy. New acrylic blur also looks really nice to see.
Even though the new UI is in developmental stages, it looks like all the work is completed and ready to ship version. The final version might not be the exact same as seen in the video above. There might be some minor changes here and there.
There are no details regarding when the company is planning to make it live for the general public. It is speculated that Microsoft will announce the new UI for Xbox Store on the Xbox Series X launch event.
Everything seems nicely arranged and categorized. To the left side of the screen, you can find options like Search, Deals, Games, Movies & TV, Apps Hardware, Wishlist, and Settings. There are also many subcategories within these categories to narrow down the results.
Overall, the design looks really great and every Xbox fans are definitely going to love the design. You can watch the full hands-on video by Windows Central to get a full idea about the UI and how it might look in the real world.
The new UI was found to be running on a Windows 10 PC in developmental mode. Users can expect it to be made available in Xbox One S, Xbox One X, and Xbox Series X.