Microsoft officially announced today (December 13) that a new generation of consoles code-named Xbox Scarlett will be named Xbox Series X. Xbox China has also released more details about the next generation of consoles. The Xbox Series X will be Microsoft’s fastest and most powerful console. With down-to-down compatibility, players can play game content across four generations on the Xbox Series X. At the same time, it will also help developers.
The Xbox One X features almost the same stand-up (still horizontal) and square shape, with a thermally ventilated round hole in the center recess edify form at the top. The front is extremely simple, the Xbox Logo key is the power button, the lower left is the optical drive key and the optical drive bit, and the lower right has a standard USB interface.
In terms of changes to the new handle, the circular design of the D-Pad cross-key area increased, while the Xbox key is just below the “share” button (share screenshots, quick clips, etc.), Microsoft said, the size of the handle, mold re-optimized for good ergonomic grip.
In terms of performance, the Xbox Series X confirms that the 4K 60FPS is based on a chip based on AMD Zen2 and RDNA architecture, up to 120Hz and 8K resolutions. Phil Spencer, executive vice president of Microsoft’s gaming business, points out that the Xbox Series X delivers four times as much performance as the Xbox One X in a quiet and effective way.
The Xbox Series X will also support hardware-accelerated ray tracing, variable refresh rates, variable frame rendering, automatic low latency (ALLM) and Dynamic Input Delay (DLI) inputs, pre-installing next-generation SSDs, making it the fastest-reactive Xbox in history.
Blade of Hell 2: Senua’s Saga: Hellblade II is the first Xbox Series X to be the first to hit the game, both of which will hit the scene before Christmas next year. It’s worth noting that the Xbox Series X will be compatible with all accessories and games in the Xbox One era, as will the next generation of Xbox and Xbox 360 resources that are currently included in the down-compatible generation.