Since 15:00 in the afternoon today, the ban has been opened with the Xbox Series X tests by many media. Right now there are no new generation games available, since there is still almost a month and a half left for its launch, but the new Microsoft console has a lot to talk about and what better way than to start with one of its star qualities: Improved backward compatibility.
Microsoft promised that Xbox One, Xbox 360, and original Xbox games would work on Xbox Series X with no limitations or lowered frequencies. Full power, the full 12 teraflops would be available to run at any time.
And today, in the first tests, the full potential to do incredible things has already been seen. You just have to take the right title, which has the dynamic resolution or the framerate unlocked, such as Sekiro … which looks brutal at 60 fps on Xbox Series X, according to the well-known Jeff Grubb in Venture Beat .
Xbox Series X doing magic without patches
Surely many of you are rubbing your hands and preparing for a second game of Sekiro on Xbox Series X, but the matter does not end here, because Digital Foundry also prepares an article with the benefits of backward compatibility, Quick Resume and loading times and they have also left us only a catch, but that also makes us think about the dimension of change that this new generation represents.
Not only will we have new games, but the ones we already have will improve automatically, as we are seeing in these tests, without the need for patches, tuning or adjustments. Xbox One X has already demonstrated this ability, but with Xbox Series S | X the change will be brutal.
Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order optimized today for Xbox Series X and S
With The Mandalorian still kicking its tail among Star Wars fans with the enormous success of its second season, one of the titles that we wanted to take up is precisely Jedi Fallen Order, the single-player adventure that the masters of Respawn brought us to the end. of 2019. Thanks to the addition of EA Play on November 11 to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, we can play on our Xbox without any excuse, but today we have a greater incentive.
And it is that without warning, Electronic Arts has just announced the details of the update now available, which optimizes Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order for Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S and PS5. An exceptional way to revive or decide to play this huge title in the next-gen. These are the details of the patch:
Xbox Series X :
- Performance mode : Frame rate increased to 60 FPS and dynamic resolution added from 1080p to 1440p
- Normal mode : Post-processing has been increased to 4K and dynamic resolution in the range of 1512p to 2160p
Xbox Series S :
- Frame rate increased to 60 FPS (was 45 FPS) and dynamic resolution range (unspecified).
Jedi Fallen Order is the next target for your Xbox Series
As you can see, Xbox Series S, having no distinction between modes, does not enjoy that post-processing improvement, but in the patch notes we can see that PS5 does not improve in the same way as Xbox Series X, having only one mode that combines all at 1200p, 60fps and 1440p post-processing. With this attitude, have no doubt that we will soon see the corresponding technical comparison between versions.
One way or another, it’s a great time to decide to try this gem of action that many consider one of the best games of 2019 and possibly of the generation. With a sequel already planned by Respawn again, Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order is well worth keeping an eye on.
Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War does look different on Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5
Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War arrived on consoles on November 13, becoming one of the titles that welcome the new generation of consoles.
As you already know, PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X have different graphics power, and it is completely normal for gamers to wonder which one works better.
A video recently appeared that answers this question, since it puts both versions of Call of Duty side by side so that you can analyze where it looks with more quality.
YouTube channel NB MOTIONS decided to side-by-side gameplay of Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War, running on PlayStation Series 5 Xbox X.
In almost six minutes we can see the definitive comparison in the graphical performance of both consoles, using the Treyarch title, and to notice the differences you will need a well-trained eye.
We do not tell you more and we leave you the video below.
As you can see, the graphic performance is extremely similar on both consoles; However, lighting Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War looks somewhat clearer on Xbox X Series.
For its part, the PlayStation 5 version stands out in the details of the environment and the definition in some particles, for example, the fire scene.
The differences are minimal and do not allow defining a winner in terms of performance, so you will have to experience it for yourself.
We will have to see other types of comparisons such as loading times and how much the fps is maintained, but it will come later.
If you’ve already tried Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War, let us know what you think.
This is how the Master Chief Collection performs in all its Xbox versions
After several months that many of us have seemed endless, the time has finally come to enjoy the new generation of consoles, as Microsoft last week launched the new Xbox Series X and Series S, which have been a success in sales both in reserves and in the batch that we have had these days.
Although many of us would have liked to be able to play Halo Infinite with the launch of these new consoles, we have a good number of games optimized and prepared to take advantage of the new hardware, something to which the Master Chief Collection has been added does nothing.
Master Chief Collection performs great on both Xbox One and Xbox Series
Without a doubt, the new generation is giving incredible moments just beginning, since although the collection has not been patched to take advantage of the hardware, we already saw a few days ago that these consoles work their magic as well, especially with loading times.
But now we have the Master Chief Collection fully ready to work on Xbox Series, something that can be clearly seen in the new video of the ElAnalistaDeBits channel, in which we can see how loading times, resolution, drawing distance, and frames per second improve notably, although this collection also demonstrates great performance on Xbox One, save for Halo 2 Anniversary which has fps issues.
It is also important to mention that this works at 120 fps on Xbox Series X / S, although they are being measured with the limit of 60. What is clear is that the new generation is going at full speed and without drops.
The Master Chief Collection is at its best on both Xbox and PC and we expect the folks at 343 Industries to reveal details on Halo Infinite in a few weeks, which we are really looking forward to.
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