The most anticipated date of the year for Xbox users is getting closer, since after countless acquisitions and announcements, we are all waiting for Microsoft to have a great E3 (or what would become due to its cancellation), and finally give the blow on the table that is expected of those from Redmond. It seems that the Xbox & Bethesda Games Showcase is the right time to do it, and engines are already heating up in several aspects.
The last thing we have heard is that Phil Spencer wanted to recognize the work done by a fan of the company, who has been commissioned to design a new Xbox logoand the boss of Microsoft’s gaming section has not hesitated for a single moment to use it as the main image in his official Twitter account.
This is the new Xbox logo designed by a fan
This new Xbox logo has been designed by the user @benkenobi2020, a photographer and graphic designer who has modified the company logo giving it a “spatial” effect. As we can see, the artist has decided to make the X of the logo completely transparent, and has used a lot of light effects to complete the rest of the logo.
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For now, the only one who has used it has been Phil Spencer, so it is most likely to remain in a curious nod to the artist who has made this new Xbox logo. However, it would be interesting to see if in the end it was decided to give it a professional use. Be that as it may, we will have to keep waiting to find out. Below you can see the logo in two different formats.