One of Microsoft’s best assets with its new Xbox series is backward compatibility. Leaving aside the fact that consoles are capable of playing almost any game from past generations, thanks to Auto HDR or FPS Boost, it’s a blast to play (or replay) all of those games, and that’s it. is that with these two new functions, these titles are never better. .
So far both functions are exclusive to next-gen consoles from Microsoft, and I say so far because the company is starting to implement its Auto HDR technology on PC to a host of games with DirectX 11 and DirectX 12, as long as we have an HDR-compatible monitor.
Auto HDR will reach over 1000 PC games
While this is great news for all PC users, the truth is that we will still have to wait a bit for it to be applied to multiple games, and that is, Auto HDR has only reached the latest version of it. Windows 10. (21337) trial released today for Windows Insiders
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