We have entered the twilight year for our current consoles. With the PS5 and Xbox Series X set to debut this holiday season, we’ll have a whole new generation for these Goliath video game companies to compete against. With Microsoft’s Xbox One finally losing the war to PlayStation 4 this round – having crushed PlayStation with the Xbox 360 a generation ago – we’ll have to see what tricks Microsoft has up its sleeve to try and turn the clock back in 2020. Very limited information has been revealed on either console, but in Microsoft’s case, we’ve at least heard a few statements about Xbox Series X guts and even seen the damn thing, revealing the mystery. of what is sure to be one of the hottest items on the 2020 holiday slate. Here’s all the information we have, so far, on Xbox’s new console.
It is designed as a PC tower.
The design of the Xbox Series X has revealed memes – people online initially complained that it was too big or too tall or too much crap – but we think it’s pretty slick. Resembling a mini gaming PC tower, the design allows the console to sit vertically or horizontally, depending on your personal console dreams. It looks like Xbox is leaning back to its roots with a tribute to the original PC tech. A controller was also featured in the same steel gray finish as the console, but no massive changes beyond that have yet been seen.
Its confirmed specs are beastly.
This is where we have the most information, while still needing a ton of additional detail. Without a doubt, the best change to consoles this generation is the use of SSD (solid state drive) as opposed to HDD, as seen with the Xbox Series X. The SSD will dramatically reduce load times, as well as a better grip. bigger and more intense games. The Series X will also support 4K visuals with up to 120fps and is said to be four times the power of the Xbox One X. We know a custom AMD processor is going to power the thing, but without further details it It’s hard to say whether or not the lofty goal of four times the power will be achieved. One thing’s for sure: the big push for quality of life changes in the console market along with Microsoft’s drive to embrace more PC technology is sure to make it a console beast.
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Infinite Halo and these other titles will debut on it.
The piece de resistance for Xbox is Infinite Halo, and it will appear alongside the new console this holiday season. From the limited looks, the game looks gorgeous and should mostly help push Xbox Series X units. Additionally, the new Lord of the Rings: Gollum will be on the console. And the most impressive game announced for the Xbox Series X so far, in our opinion, is Senua’s Saga: Hellblade 2, which looks absolutely insane visually.
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Xbox Series X is confirmed to be backwards compatible with Xbox One titles, meaning an upgrade to the new console will be seamless with a ready-to-go library of titles you’ve already purchased . A few titles have also been confirmed for cross-platform release, meaning they will be re-released, possibly with some minor improvements, on the new console. Here is the full list:
Senua’s Saga: Hellblade 2
The Lord of the Rings: Gollum
Legion of Watch Dogs
gods and monsters
Rainbow Six Quarantine
Dying Light 2
Chances are we won’t get much more information until the E3 games conference this summer. Fingers crossed, the Xbox Series X has four times the power but doesn’t land at four times the price.
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