Microsoft Xbox Series X is launched along with Sony’s PlayStation 5. In other words, they both are in a battle with each other. There are almost equal fans and users of both consoles.
This next-generation console gives an awesome vibe while playing the latest games. For new users of Microsoft’s Xbox Series X, we mentioned some great and latest features.
- Online Streaming in 4k quality and on 60fps
- Remastered Games of Xbox One and Xbox 360
- Pre-Load Games before Buying Them
Online Streaming in 4k quality and on 60fps
Online Streaming has become a hub part of the user expertise on Microsoft’s Xbox. Microsoft has verified its continued maintenance for this emerging experience for the Xbox Series X, by which users can capture their gameplay at a regular 60 fps in 4K quality.
In Xbox one, users can only record their gameplay footage in 1280X720p. But in Xbox One X, the user can record in 4K. Still, even then, the capture was clasped at 30fps, even when the game itself was going at equal framerate, which marks a notable rise for those users who like their game capture to look as smooth as possible.
Now users can share their gameplay easily with the new Xbox Series X controller’s Share button.
Remastered Games of Xbox One and Xbox 360
Xbox Series X can automatically remaster Xbox One and Xbox 360 games. You can play them on your Xbox Series X, updating their resolutions with HD quality without further work required. HDR expands the range of variation and color on display in a game, building a richer, visual image that often moves new life into old titles.
So long as your LED/LCD supports HDR, and you have the choice to let in the console’s systems settings, the Xbox Series X will perform the tech into the backward cooperative games, excellent for experiencing your favorite games in quite exactly an all-new light.
Pre-Load Games before Buying Them
Microsoft will now allow the users to download any game through its digital store onto your Xbox Series X, even if you do not keep it. You will not be capable of accessing it until you spend it, of course, but it’s technically there, remaining in your library, waiting to be unlocked as soon as you pay for that game.
Xbox Series X users can pre-install their favorite games onto their hard drive ahead of release, even if they have pre-ordered that game. It can load up as soon as the disc is entered into the drive if you buy the game’s DVD.
It’s a moderately nifty workaround for all those frustrating download terms that get between you and your next game on release day.