• Xbox Series S Gets Backward Compatibility Framerate Demo

    7 days ago - By Gamers Heroes

    Curious as to how the Xbox Series S will handle backwards compatibility? Microsoft has released a new technical demo that shows Fallout 4's performance in action.
    In this technical demo, the team shows how they have effectively doubled the framerate of Fallout 4 from 30 frames per second to 60 frames per second on the Xbox Series S.
    You can watch the video below:
    Xbox Series S Backward Compatibility Frame Rate Technical Demo - Fallout 4
    To prepare for the Xbox Series S and Xbox Series X's backwards compatibility, more than 500,000 hours of gameplay testing across four generations of Xbox...
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  • Is Noita Coming to Xbox One, Xbox Series X, or Game Pass?

    Is Noita Coming to Xbox One, Xbox Series X, or Game Pass?

    7 days ago - By Attack of the Fanboy

    Noita releases on PC today after a lengthy early access period that drew quite a bit of attention. The roguelite...
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  • PS5 and Xbox Series X/S Holiday Third Party Sales Performances Will Come Down to Supply - Michael Pachter

    PS5 and Xbox Series X/S Holiday Third Party Sales Performances Will Come Down to Supply - Michael Pachter

    7 days ago - By Gaming Bolt

    The PS5 and Xbox Series X/S are both launching this November, and both boast a pretty strong selection of multiplatform third party launch titles, including the likes of Watch Dogs: Legion, Assassin's Creed Valhalla, DiRT 5, and Yakuza; Like a Dragon (though that doesn't launch on the PS5 until March ). But which of the two consoles will enjoy the stronger Holiday sales for third party games this year?
    We recently posed the question to industry analyst Michael Pachter. After first remarking that they're going to sell well on both on PlayStation and Xbox regardless, he added that that will...
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  • Someone added a giant Xbox Series X to Microsoft's HQ in Flight Simulator

    8 days ago - By VG 247

    Microsoft's Washington HQ will be much harder to miss now. Twitter user Oh Gaz has created a couple-hundred-meter-tall Xbox Series X “building” in Microsoft Flight Simulator - seemingly for no reason. The model sits in Microsoft's campus at its headquarters in Redmond, Washington, and shares a lot of details with the real Xbox Series X design. Oh Gaz not only made a big black slab, they modelled the top fan grill, the back ports, and the Xbox logo-shaped power button. As it stands, the the holes in the fan grill aren't actually real, though the creator is working on making it possible to...
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