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Microsoft says Xbox Series X will be the most compatible console ever, enabling HDR for games that were released 20 years ago and doubling frame rates for select titles.
Launching a new console with new software at a time when you can’t be in the same room as your fellow employees presents significant challenges.
Today, Microsoft is starting to talk about foundational software that will help make the next generation of gaming, possible. Called DirectX 12 Ultimate, Microsoft is saying that this update will make platforms ‘future-proof’ for next-generation gaming.
Xbox fans, it's time: Microsoft just revealed the full specs of the Xbox Series X, as well as the internal hardware design of its next-generation Xbox.
On March 18th, there is a session titled Xbox Series X + Project xCloud = New Chapter in Gaming, which leaves little to the imagination.
Xbox Series X includes a new Quick Resume feature powered by its custom-design SSD that enables gamers to resume games exactly where they left off, even after a reboot.
Microsoft confirms Xbox Series X's 12 teraflops of graphics power, promises four generations of gaming, highlights new Variable Rate Shading system, with more details expected at E3.
Microsoft is looking to offer flexible storage solutions for the upcoming Xbox series X and it may include Compact Flash Express.
Two weeks ago, I wrote up the ports that were on the back of the Xbox Series X and today, you get to see them with your own eyes. Images of the hardware, that show the front and the back, have found their way to the Internet.
Curious about what ports Microsoft will (and won't) include on the back of the series X? Wonder no more.
It has been a big day for Xbox fans as not only has Microsoft officially shown off the next-generation CPU, we are also learning more about the console features from AMD.
With a surprise announcement last month, Microsoft continues to trickle out information related to its next-generation console, the Series X.
Confused about the Xbox Series X branding? Well, Microsoft's next-generation Xbox branding isn't Xbox Series X -- but it's much simpler.
On this edition of the Sams Report, Microsoft announced it's next-generation console, the hardware coming in 2020 will be plentiful, and the company really loves the X branding.