Xbox Series X was officially announced during The Game Awards last night and now more details are coming out.
- The newest Microsoft gaming console will come out holiday 2020.
- It will be able to support 4K gaming at 60 frames per second (FPS).
- MSFT also says it will be possible to get 120FPS from some games.
- There will also be support for playing games at as high as 8K.
- The device will also be sporting a Solid State Drive that the company says will almost eliminate load times.
- The Xbox Series X will be using technology from Advanced Micro Devices (NASDAQ:AMD) to bring a better gaming experience.
- There will also be backwards compatibility with all previous generations of Xbox game consoles.
- The new gaming machine will also continue to support Xbox One gaming accessories, such as controllers.
- Gamers with an Xbox Game Pass subscription will be able to make use of it on the Xbox Series X.
While it’s still a ways away, Microsoft is already preparing games for the Xbox Series X. This includes giving gamers a look at Senua’s Saga: Hellblade II. A new trailer for the game shows off the impressive tech by running in-engine.
What we don’t know about the Xbox Series X is how much it will cost. Despite this, there are already guesses that Microsft will be aiming for a $500 price when the console hits store shelves.
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