September 28, 2020

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Microsoft confirms Xbox Series S won't support Xbox One X backward-compatibility enhancements

Microsoft has offered clarification on backward-compatibility features for its upcoming Xbox Series S console, confirming...

Microsoft has offered clarification on backward-compatibility features for its upcoming Xbox Series S console, confirming the machine will apply its own enhancements, rather than support Xbox One X enhancements, to backward compatible games.

At present, Xbox One X, Microsoft’s most powerful current-gen console, offers machine-exclusive enhancements for certain Xbox One and backward-compatible Xbox 360 titles, including the likes of higher resolutions up to 4K, HDR support, faster frame rates, and improved texture filtering.

Digital Foundry recently suggested it was unlikely Microsoft’s lower-powered next-gen console, Xbox Series S, would support these enhancements (pointing to the console’s lower memory configuration compared to Xbox One X), and that’s now confirmed to be true.

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