In context: We know a quite amount about Microsoft and Sony’s upcoming next-gen consoles now. We’ve seen detailed breakdowns of their internal equipment, a few of their first-party special features, and we’ve found out about their many software features, such as Smart Delivery.
With all of these core details set in stone by this point, fans of Sony and Microsoft are presently waiting for details on pricing and a potential delivery date for the Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5.
While Sony is remaining quiet on the two points, Microsoft has decided to be more open today. The company declared that the Xbox Series X is launching this November over the globe with “a large number of games” available
Clearly, that doesn’t mean a large number of new games – Microsoft is generally alluding to in reverse similarity. Xbox games delivered across four comfort ages will be completely playable on the Series X, however they won’t really be any better on the upcoming system.
In any case, there will be “50 new games” delivering in 2020 that will take full or incomplete advantage of the Xbox Series X’s capacities. These games include the likes of Watch Dogs: Legion, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, and Dirt 5.
Though supported functionality will vary from title to title, you can hope to see support for ray tracing, high framerates, and faster loading times across several Series X-optimized games.
We can probably expect Microsoft to at long last draw back the drape on the Xbox Series X’s specific release date and price tag sometime over the next couple of months. Or on the other hand, maybe the company will wait for Sony to uncover its hand first – only time will tell.