Xbox September update releases today with new features and improvements

This month’s Xbox update released. As always, the Xbox team has found new ways to update the Xbox experience with many new improvements and added features. Let’s take a look at what’s included in the September update.

Customize the color of the Xbox button on the Xbox Elite Series 2 Wireless Controller

You can now change the color of the Xbox button on your Xbox Elite Series 2 Wireless Controller! Simply go to the Xbox Accessories app on your Xbox or Windows PC with the console connected, choose your profile, and then select the color tab. There you can change the color and brightness of the Xbox button glow. If you do not see this feature, try restarting your device.

The Xbox Elite Series 2 – Core Wireless Controller is also released in white today!

Speaking of Xbox Elite Wireless Controller Series 2, the “Core in white” version is now available. The controller comes with the same features as the rest of the Series 2 Elite: adjustable thumb sticks, a wraparound rubber grip, and shorter hair-trigger locks, along with a stylish new color option. Complete Component Pack It’s also still available at $59.99 MSRP. Xbox Elite Wireless Controller Series 2 – Core in white, $129.99.

Fix games and apps library

You may remember we mentioned that New UI for Game Library Tested in the Alpha Ring program for Xbox Insiders. The revamped game library is now available to the public with the Xbox September update. The new tabbed interface provides a more streamlined view of all your games and apps, and is an even easier system for finding things.

Renewal of the library's assets

Other new features

Also with this new update, users can Select different install locations For different types of games and apps on Xbox One and Series X consoles | S. Games that use next-generation optimization can be set to install directly on the internal SSD storage, while games that do not need the advantages of an SSD for example, can be stored as an external hard drive by default, as an example.

Share Snaps with the Xbox Game Bar on Windows PC With a new feature that allows you to have a sharable link for taking photos and videos. You can share anywhere: SMS, Twitter, WhatsApp, Messenger and more. press Windows key + G on the keyboard or Xbox button on your console, and choose Copy the link In the Game Bar gallery. The capture will be uploaded with a shareable link.

Group chat noise suppression—Feature implemented for Series X | . consoles S earlier this month, and it’s now available for Xbox One, Windows 10, and 11 PC. Finally, you can now Set up parties in the Xbox app with the new “Start Party” button. Find it in the Social tab under the new Parties option. Create a new group or restart a previous group, and choose the friends you want to invite.

You see, that was way too many new features for Xbox in September. The user experience is always evolving, and it’s exciting to see great new additions like these being added. Which of these new features are fueled for gaming on Xbox? Try them out and tell us what you think in the comments section.

Featured image via theverge.com.

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