All this should come as no surprise, as the Xbox One X can play games up to 4K, while the Xbox Series S can play games up to 120 FPS at 1440p. However, the Xbox Series S supports 4K upscaling for games.Additionally, as previously reported by Digital Foundry, the Xbox Series S has less RAM than the Xbox One X – 10 GB vs. 12 GB – but that doesn’t mean the upside to this new next-gen system Are not.
“This may be a backwards compatible game in Xbox One [S] Mode, but because the GPU is so much more capable, and knowing that we know how compatibility works, you really should still be able to clean up performance issues, ”said John Linman of Digital Foundry. “So games that were probably struggling on the Xbox One S – either the dynamic resolution was overly aggressive, with slowness and things like that – ideologically they could actually run noticeably smooth on this machine.”
In addition, the Xbox Series S also features DirectX Raytracing, 4K streaming media playback, variable rate shading and refresh rate and more.
Both the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S will be released on November 10, 2020, and cost $ 499 and $ 299 respectively. Pre-orders for both consoles will begin on September 22, 2020.
Xbox Series X Games Confirmed
On the Xbox Series S, check for the leaked “Virtual Press Briefing” that was part of the original reveal plan for the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S, the first gameplay footage shown on the Series S, and 56 comparative shots of Microsoft next-generation consoles. .
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