PlayStation 5 and Xbox-X series will be released for the recording of the demand of the consumers.
As of this Monday morning, we know close to everything there is to know about the Xbox Series X.
Accompanying the slew of new Xbox Series X tidbits, Microsoft also releases a ton of sleek images, featuring renders of the console, internal components, and the refreshed controller.
Microsoft accompanies Xbox Series X with its new and improved controller, focused on refining the in-hand feel while adding new features. The opening cutscene now runs at 60 FPS in 4K compared to the Xbox One X's 30 FPS.
New Xbox Series X renders confirm prior leaks, with dual USB-A ports, one HDMI-out, ethernet, power, and expandable storage.
2020 has definitely been a weird year so far, but even with everything going on we're still looking forward to the release of the next generation of gaming consoles this fall. Everything looks better, too, even if numerous videos aren't in 4K 60 FPS, a weird oversight considering these gameplay reveals are meant to highlight the Series X's technical improvements. That would likely imply that the Xbox Series X will hit store shelves between October and December.
The cross-platform game ownership between Xbox One and Xbox Series X isn't that alluring when you consider that the Xbox One's lack of exclusives is what made it trail behind its competition in the first place.
The company has also showcased the difference between the loading speeds of the Xbox Series X and the Xbox One X. The company showed the time difference between the two consoles while loading the State of Decay 2 game.
Being able to play these games across Xbox consoles isn't a huge selling point, considering that there aren't exactly a wealth of major Xbox One exclusives to choose from.
Everyone who wants an Xbox One has already bought one. Finally, and perhaps most importantly, is that it allows any externally stored Xbox Series X optimized games, even older generation ones like Gears of War 5, to take advantage of the Xbox Velocity architecture- something they won't be able to do with an external USB drive. In conjunction with the SSD, Microsoft has a 6GB/s decompression block, dedicated hardware that offloads data decompression from the CPU and enables instant access to game files tucked away on the SSD while saving CPU performance for other tasks.