XBOX SERIES X: EVERYTHING YOU WANT
Xbox series X is an upcoming home video game console developed by Microsoft. It was announced during E3 2019 as “Project Scarlett”. Xbox series X is the fastest, most powerful console ever designed for a console generation that has you at its centre. This means a high-fidelity gaming experience enclosed in a quiet and bold design with the ability to discover thousands of games across four generations all with more playing and less waiting.
After a rocky start this generation Microsoft was eventually able to turn the Xbox one into a great console and services like game pass offer up incredible value to gamers but the Xbox one does remain far behind the PlayStation 4 in terms of units sold. So Microsoft had to come out early and come out swinging with its plans for the next generation of Xbox.
That has given us a fairly steady stream of news announcements and spec reveals. Here is everything we know about the Xbox Series X:
The Xbox series x will be released this holiday season 2020. We’re still waiting on an exact release date but Microsoft feels confident it will be able to hit that target window despite current events.
Now let’s get into the nitty gritty and talk specs:
The Xbox series have 12 Treaflops of GPU Power which will consist of a custom AMD Radeon RNDA Navi GPU and will hold GDDR6 RAM from memory will support a native 4k resolution and will ultimately be able to go up to 8K likely with upscaling. The series X will also support up to 120 frames per second (FPS). Microsoft plans to use a custom AMD Zen2 CPU chip with an 8 core processor and will support variable rate shading and hardware accelerated DirectX ray tracing.
Due to all that processing power it will support a quick resume function for multiple games simultaneously letting you instantly switch back and forth between several games right where you left off in each of them. The Xbox Series X comes equipped with a 4K blu-ray optical drive and a Type-A USB port on the front. In terms of storage we know that the Xbox Series X will offer a 1TB NVME Solid state drive (SSD) to drastically increase the speed at which games and other applications can be loaded.
Features & Games:
Here a really cool feature Series X will support backward compatibility across every generation of Xbox all the way back to the original Xbox games. As for new games Series X and PC exclusive games include Halo Infinite, Hellblade 2: Senua’s Saga, Scorn, The Ascent and The Medium. Microsoft has introduced a smart delivery feature which lets users who have purchased certain titles on Xbox One play them on Xbox Series X at no additional cost. Games we currently know will utilize smart delivery include Asassin’s Creed Valhalla, CyberPunk 2077, Dirt 5 and Yakuza like a Dragon. Other third party studio confirmed to be working on Xbox Series X games include Crystal Dynamics, Activision Blizzard, Bandai Namco, Crytek, Epic Games from software Konami Sega and Play Dead and what will you use to control all those games.
The Xbox Series X comes with an updated version of the standard Xbox Controller. The most notable updates to the controller are the new share button and the revised D-pad. The controller’s size and shape are said to be refined to accommodate an even wider range of people. Xbox One controllers are also compatible with the Xbox Series X and that is everything we currently know about the Xbox Series X.
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