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Microsoft reveals more Xbox Series X specs and features

26 February 2020 0

Microsoft has revealed a few more important Xbox Series X specifications and features. The next-gen gaming console was announced about a couple of months ago. Since then, the team has been revealing details in bits and pieces to create a buzz about the product that will compete with Sony's PlayStation 5.

As per the new revelation, the Xbox Series X will offer up to 12 teraflops of GPU performance. It is said to be double the performance than the Xbox One X and a whopping eight times higher than the Xbox One. This type of performance will make it one of the most powerful gaming machines that should be able to play top-rated games at the highest possible settings with ease.

Other notable features include variable-rate shading, hardware-accelerated DirectX ray tracing, quick resume for multiple games, and smart delivery. All of these features are aimed at providing an enhanced gaming experience with faster rendering as well as loading of games. It will even make resuming games that users have been playing already a lot more convenient and faster.

One interesting feature announced by Microsoft is Xbox Series X's forward as well as backward compatibility. It means users will be able to play their existing Xbox 360 and original Xbox video games on the new platform with ease. It will also support games available with Xbox Game Pass with steadier framerates, faster load times and improved resolution and visual fidelity.


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