The Xbox Series X will determine at the hardware level what Xbox Game Studios will be able to bring to the next generation. We do not yet know, and we do not have much information on what the next season's console will be able to do. However, it seems pretty clear that Phil Spencer has been able to reach the decision goal with the Xbox One X. There are a few games that are still reaching high resolutions, almost always affecting 4K in this generation, so it looks like they want to take another step in terms of gameplay credibility.
In this way, Phil Spencer has poured some statements into the middle Stevivor, when he says he wants games to not only look amazing for the next generation, but also to feel amazing. Something, which seems to be achieved with a good amount of frame. It's clear that new features, which already include the Xbox One X, such as FreeSync or VRS are intended for this, so that the player forgets that feeling that the game is not going completely.
Phil Spencer: "We don't want to throw too many pixels on the screen"
The Xbox boss says they have never wanted to limit what developers have tried to do on their platforms. Whether it's 60 fps on the Xbox 360 or 4K resolutions on the Xbox One X, what you love is that the studio has the tools necessary to test and try what works best for them.
I think we've reached a point with the Xbox One X generation when games look amazing, and there's always work we can do to make them look even more amazing. But I want games that feel as amazing as they look. It's something we don't have today for this generation, especially because the CPU is less powerful in terms of the GPU in the console than enough to reach the type and type of compatibility, variable refresh rate and other things we want.
It is clear that Phil Spencer sees how the Xbox One X governs and achieves that goal, but now the next step is to get the image-level realization in a moment:For the future, game experience is something we will definitely pay attention to, not just throw more pixels on the screen«.