Microsoft has revealed the name of its next-gen gaming console, Xbox Series X for 2020
Microsoft has announced the naming of its new console today and it will be called Xbox Series X. The name has undoubtly implied that there will be more than one console coming out next year. Some features of the consoles that were previously under the Project Scarlett have been revealed and let’s find out what they are!
The Xbox Series X will be running games on next-generation SSD as promised to virtually eliminate load times. It will support 4K and 8K gaming at 60FPS as well with the possibility of up to 120FPS. The new consoles from the series will have backward compatibility for across four generations of games, all Xbox gaming accessories and Xbox Game Pass.
For the design, the Xbox Series X assembles the look of a PC desktop unlike the previous generations of Xbox. However, the box is still able to be placed horizontally and vertically. Microsoft also revealed the Xbox Wireless Controller has been redesigned to accommodate an even wider range of people. It will feature a Share button as well to make sharing screenshots and game clips simpler. The new Xbox Wireless Controller will be compatible with Xbox One and Windows 10 PCs.
Microsoft has also stated that Xbox Series X will be the fastest and most powerful gaming console, does it imply that it will be more powerful than the upcoming PlayStation 5 as well? Let us know what you think about the naming of this new Xbox console on our Facebook page! For more gaming news, be sure to stay tuned to TechNave.com.