Microsoft’s Redmond company confirmed this to Videogameschronicle. The Xbox Series S is an inexpensive next-gen console that can play future titles at 1440p resolution and at 60 frames per second. However, native 4K support is expected to be phased out completely due to the lower performance hardware. Since the current Xbox One X has 4K resolution, the upcoming Xbox Series S cannot offer all the features of the current Microsoft console when it comes to backward compatibility.
Xbox Series S has less RAM
While the Xbox One X has twelve gigabytes of RAM, the Xbox Series S will only have ten gigabytes of RAM. While the sleek, next-gen console has plenty of benefits as well, including improved texture filtering, more stable frame rates, and automatic HDR, the Xbox Series S cannot run games developed for the Xbox One X. that the user wants to start a game edited for the current generation of consoles, the Xbox One S edition of the title is used. The additional features of the Xbox Series S, such as enhanced HDR support and faster load times, can of course also be used in combination with the backward compatible titles for the Xbox One and Xbox 360.
Ultimately, however, the implementation of the individual games will decide how well the respective title can be played on the Xbox Series S and whether better or worse performance than with the Xbox One X can be achieved. The Xbox Series S and Xbox Series X will release on November 10 and will be available for $ 299 and $ 499, respectively.
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