Did you know that the Xbox Series X is running on the next-generation Xbox One power processor? What about the fact that it can save and restart faster from multiple games at the same time? So now we know those things, along with other details and details that Microsoft shared with the Xbox Series X this morning.
In post on Xbox Wire entitled "What to Expect in the Next Generation of Game,"” Xbox head Phil Spencer puts the details in Microsoft's next black box. First, he talks about the hardware, including the processor for the latest ZD 2 build and the RDNA 2 architecture. The Xbox Series X features a GPU capable of making 12 teraflops of efficiency, twice the Xbox One X and eight times the original Xbox One. As stated during the announcement of the program, the console will also support up to 120 frames per second, so investing in a television or instant channel can help. And if anyone's worried about raytracing, Series X supports DirectX raytracing, so the console won't miss out on that video buzzword.
The new cold feature introduced is Quick Resume, which allows players to pause multiple games at once, and start-the-fly without loading screens. I personally can't wait to realize that I put the game on a bit of a suspension last week and never returned to it.
And then Smart The delivery, which means that whatever version of the Xbox it plays on, Microsoft will make sure you get the best version of your console game. I wonder if things can get confusing, what with most Hardware generations playing the same games. The Xbox Series X is back compatible the Xbox One, the Xbox 360, and Xbox One's original Xbox One games are back compatible. I'm already confused. Smart delivery sounds like a godsend. Or just a general idea.
The Series X uses something called the Dynamic Latency Input to ensure wireless speed and responsethe response of the ler. Microsoft has also worked with TV makers and the HDMI platform to tie features such as flexible update rates, adapting TV price and gameplay to avoid jaggies and screen crashes.
Check out the post on it Xbox Wire for more information on what the Xbox Series X brings to the living room this holiday season.
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