It been over eight years since the Xbox One launched, and even though the console’s UI is practically unrecognizable from the first iteration that greeted players in 2013, one element has stubbornly stood the test of time: the restrictive amount of profile colors available.

In a world where every mouse and keyboard is capable of putting on a self-contained RGB light show – and more consumers than ever are illuminating their home entertainment centers with glowing LEDs (which can help elevate even the most humble of setups into something eye-catching) – the lack of color options on Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S really stands out. It’s at odds with the sheer amount of customization options the rest of the console offers as well, but unfortunately, it continues to be overlooked with every major update. 



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