Xbox CEO Phil Spencer talked to fans about the new Xbox Series X technologies on Twitter. Among other things, he made a comparison that the change in the feeling for games in this generation is comparable to the change from 2D to 3D from many years ago. Soon there could also be new information about the next-gen console.
Xbox boss Phil Spencer has briefly commented on the upcoming Xbox Series X on Twitter. When asked by a fan what new technologies would advance the next generation, the Xbox boss spoke not only about ray tracing, but also about Dynamic Latency Input (DLI) and more. Thanks to many improvements through CPU, DLI and SSD, the feeling for games in the next-gen should receive drastic changes. Spencer compared this to changing from 2D to 3D many years ago.
Microsoft wants to almost eliminate the latency between controller and console with DLI. It currently takes about 8 milliseconds between typing on the gamepad and an Xbox console. Phil Spencer and his team attach great importance to this feature. And soon there will also be new information about the Xbox Series X. Just a few days ago, the Xbox boss hinted that the console would be released soon. According to rumors, this could refer to Halo Infinite, Hellblade 2 and the recently often speculated Fable Reboot. In general, Microsoft is planning an Xbox event in May and a digital showcase in June to replace the canceled E3 2020.
At one of these events, the cheaper Xbox Lockhart will also be presented, which should appear next to the Series X as an entry-level model in retail. Because of lower performance and limited functions, the hardware should also be cheaper. However, there is still no official statement about the small next-gen Xbox.
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