New Dynamic Background Is Now Available on Xbox Series X|S

New Dynamic Background Is Now Available on Xbox Series X|S
Xbox Dynamic Backgrounds

Xbox has added a new dynamic background for Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S. The name of the new background is Mercury.

The new generation of Xbox consoles receives monthly updates to improve the user interface and the overall experience. Owners of Xbox Series X and Series S can customize the way how their menu and the hub look as well. And most of them prefer dynamic backgrounds which usually consist of flowing textures or moving particles. It looks pretty nice and aesthetic if you ask us.

New Dynamic Background Is Now Available on Xbox Series X|S
Xbox Dynamic Background Mercury

Recently, Microsoft has released a new dynamic background of console users. The new background is called Mercury and it offers a vivid and fluid texture like the element itself. It is also available in a wide variety of different colors. Though it really looks great in teal and blue. You can check it out from the Tweet below as well.

How to Change Your Xbox Dynamic Background?

Although Motes is the most popular animated wallpaper that many of us use, you can have a look at the other ones too. As the list is always growing, it is possible to find the best one that suits your taste in aesthetics. Xbox consoles allow you to adjust the hub and the interface in various ways. In order to set the new Xbox wallpaper just follow the simple steps below.

  • Settings > Personalisation > My Background > Dynamic Backgrounds

You can also select The Original theme to feel the nostalgia on the new generation of Xbox consoles. It is always good to receive these small touches if you ask us. Although it is a simple wallpaper with moving textures, being able to configure the interface you see all the time does feel nice for sure. There are lots of great backgrounds like Spotlight, Waves, Ribbons, Ripple, and now Mercury. What is your favorite Xbox background? Let us know in the comments.

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