Ahead of the Xbox One's November 22 launch, Microsoft has released a new video showing off the next-generation console's user interface.
The video begins by displaying the Home screen players will see when they boot up their Xbox One, featuring their Friends list and various apps like Netflix, Internet Explorer, and Xbox Music.
The narrator then says "Xbox, go to Pacific Rim," which boots up Guillermo del Toro's summer movie. While watching the film, the user says "Xbox, join Titanfall," and is moved into a match.
While running through a Titanfall match, the narrator says "Xbox, record" and "Xbox, share" to post captured content to Xbox Live.
The user then says "Xbox, watch TV" and is dropped out of the Titanfall match and into an episode of Fox's Sleepy Hollow. Next, the narrator says, "Xbox, snap Internet Explorer" and the Internet Explorer app pops up and runs along the episode of Sleepy Hollow.
Lastly, the user receives a Skype call while Sleepy Hollow and Internet Explorer continue to run. The narrator answers the call, which ends the live TV and Internet Explorer apps. He then ends the Skype call by saying "Xbox, hang up" and shuts down the the Xbox One by saying "Xbox, off."
It is not clear if the Xbox One UI video is running in real time.