At the start of this new week, we received fresh hands-on videos for the Xbox Series X. Features such as shorter loading times, the quick resume function, and backward compatibility were presented.
With the Xbox Series X/S on the one hand and the PlayStation 5 on the other, Microsoft and Sony Interactive Entertainment are ringing in the new generation of consoles in November this year.
At the start of the new week, we received fresh hands-on videos for the Xbox Series X, in which various features of the console were discussed. Including the so-called quick resume feature, which enables you to pause several titles at the same time and to resume the game at the push of a button.
Another function that will be highlighted is the backward compatibility of the Xbox Series X, with which it is possible to catch up on supported games of the Xbox, Xbox 360, and Xbox One in a technically refurbished version or to enjoy them again. The improvements include faster loading times, more stable frame rates, a higher resolution, and HDR support.
Xbox One games such as Red Dead Redemption 2, Control, The Outer Worlds, and Final Fantasy XV from Square Enix were tested and compared. The controller and hardware of the two Xbox Series models are also discussed.
According to the latest reports, 802 GB of internal storage is freely available. The rest is reserved for the operating system. When players buy Seagate’s external 1TB SSD storage, it adds 920 GB.
The Xbox Series X will be released on November 10, 2020, and will be available for $499.99. The Xbox Series S will be released on the same day and for cost reasons, it was provided with weaker hardware that was tailored to the display of games in 1080p to 1440p. In addition, the Xbox Series S, which costs $299, has no optical drive.