Microsoft is gearing up for a 2024 makeover of its Xbox Series X console. The new Xbox Series X, codenamed Brooklin, was inadvertently revealed in recent FTC v. Microsoft documents, as reported by The Verge. Continue reading “Microsoft’s new Xbox Series X and controller surfaces”
Microsoft held their Xbox Games Showcase yesterday where they revealed a bunch of new games that are slated to release for their Xbox Series X console. These include 10 world premieres, 22 Xbox exclusive titles, like the Halo Infinite, Fable, etc. from 9 Xbox Game Studios and several of their partners.
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Microsoft already revealed the specifications of its upcoming Series X and recently it teased 13 new titles that are optimized for the console with 4K 120 fps support. Now the company has revealed support for backward game compatibility for the console. It said that the series X will double the fps count from 30 fps to 60 fps or 60 fps to 120 fps in select titles.
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At the E3 2019 back in June Microsoft revealed details about its high-end Xbox console codenamed ‘Project Scarlett’. Today the company has confirmed that it will be called the ‘Xbox Series X’, offering four times the processing power of Xbox One X, thanks to the custom-designed processor, leveraging the latest Zen 2 and Radeon RDNA architecture from AMD, high bandwidth GDDR6 memory, and a next generation solid state drive (SSD). Continue reading “Microsoft’s Xbox ‘Project Scarlett’ is Xbox Series X, coming in 2020”