Today, Microsoft launched a long-form video detailing the most recent developments that include the Series X/S consoles. Harrison Hoffman, a primary program supervisor that dealt with the next-gen Microsoft consoles, co-facilitated the Series X demonstration. Hoffman offered some insight on a range of subjects that varied from brand-new, vibrant backgrounds to the much-needed share button that was contributed to the Series X/S controller.
The Series X/S want to focus on faster load times, greater framerates, and richer, developing gameworlds. But in addition to these expectations, other functions will strengthen the general experience. Players can connect their consoles to the mobile Xbox app to download video games on the fly however, more significantly, they can likewise link their Xbox Series X cordless controller to their phones and play video games from another location. This is called – you thought it! – remote play. Additionally, some titles will have extraordinary framerate settings. Hoffman kept in mind that Gears 5’s multiplayer will be enhanced for a tremendous 120 fps!
EA play will be signing up with Game Pass Ultimate on November 10 too, so Xbox owners will have an even bigger brochure of titles to select from on the first day. Finally, Hoffman discussed the 1TB Seagate Storage Expansion Card that duplicates the Series X/S custom-made SSD, suggesting that it’s simply as quick as the consoles that it’ll be plugged into.
The Xbox Series X/S launch on November 10. Make sure to take a look at our Xbox Series X sneak peek for more information.