Microsoft tallied 20,534 units of its Xbox Series X and S during the six days from its start on November 10, also shy of the 23,562 that the Xbox One managed during its first few days, the research house said.
Here's everything you need to know about what next gen will bring to the game. This is quite a different situation from the launch of eight generation consoles seven years ago when the Xbox One ran most multiplatform games at a 900p resolution while the PS4 ran them in 1080p, but some cross-platform games are definitely displaying unusual issues on Xbox Series X consoles.
That's right: the Xbox Series X and S both support Remote Play, which lets you access and play your games from your mobile device.
It has been clear all year that Microsoft is approaching 2021 differently than it has ever approached a fiscal year, with the launch of the Xbox Series X/S, continuing to support and grow Xbox Game Pass, and its xCloud streaming service.
Developers are already working on patches for some early next-gen games.
So, it appears that this issue is not necessarily a platform issue, but an issue with developers not having ample time to optimize their titles for the Xbox Series X. Microsoft has acknowledged this issue, and promises it is working with developers to solve any complications. However, Apple has not mentioned any plans to be working with Sony on this venture. One of the running jokes in the last-generation of gaming was how the original Xbone was regularly outclassed by the PS5, offering less bang for buck in the visual department. The duo separately noted that Assassin's Creed Valhalla is "much closer to the 60 fps target" on the PS5 while the Xbox Series X version "struggles".