From VentureBeat: “I’ve had an Xbox Series X for almost a week now. This is a preview version of the console with a lot of unfinished elements, but Microsoft gave me permission to talk about some aspects of the way the console works. For now, I can mostly focus on how the next-gen console handles backward-compatible games, Quick Resume, and the general flow of its user experience. And that’s exactly what I’m going to do here.
The Xbox Series X is, of course, more powerful than its predecessors in terms of graphical prowess. I’ll get into the details of this when we look at performance in games like Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice. But my overall takeaway is that Xbox Series X should instantly improve the quality of many of the games in your library. However, many games that have locked framerates or resolutions likely won’t see much of an improvement to traditional rendering. They will, however, see improvements like the machine-created HDR.”