Xbox Wireless Elite Controller Series 2 – Core has 16 million color options to change the look of the button
Microsoft released this Wednesday (21), a new update for Xbox systems. In addition to new console interface features, the update adds Native RGB support for the Xbox button on the Wireless Elite Series 2 – Core controller. According to Microsoft, users will have 16 million color options to change the look of the Xbox button.
Meet the Wireless Elite Controller Series 2 – Core
The Elite 2 – Core controller is on sale now on the official Xbox website for $129.99. To change the color of your peripheral, simply access the Xbox Accessories app and play with the available color and saturation options. It is also possible to change button colors via PC if you have the latest version of the app.
Xbox Wireless Elite Controller Series 2 – Core now supports RGB on the Xbox button
According to the company, RGB will be available on all Elite Series 2 modelsBut now the public images show the feature that is only used in the new version of the control.
The update brought new features to the game’s library interface
In addition to RGB support for the Xbox button on Elite 2 controllers, the September update for Xbox systems brought Full game library update.
Now, when accessing the Game Library field associated with your profile, the user will see smaller icons and the origin of each title (be it Xbox Game Pass, Gold, or EA Access). In this way, the company hopes to facilitate navigation in the library. “You’ll also have easy access to your subscription catalogs, editorial content, and all your apps,” Microsoft said.
The update also brings the Xbox Series S|X noise canceling system to Xbox One and Windows 10 and 11. Noise suppression is activated during group chats to remove background music, breathing, and other sounds. The feature enhances the experience of those who play online with friends.
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Source: The Verge