Microsoft confirms twelve feature teraflops graphics processor, more powerful than Xbox One graphics chipset.
Microsoft has confirmed that Xbox Series X will contain a 12 teraflops graphics processor that is eight times more powerful than the Xbox One graphics chipset.
Just like its predecessor, Xbox Series X uses AMD’sAMD’s Zen 2 CPU microarchitecture and RDNA 2 graphics.
The console supports a graphic technique called Variable Rate Shading. This technique supplies instructions to the most prominent and essential objects in the game world. Meanwhile, raytracing allows for detailed lighting and shadow effects, as seen in animations.
The game comes with an SSD drive and a dynamic latency input. The dynamic latency input makes the wireless controller more sensitive than previous versions.
Specifications of both Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5 reveals that both machines are similar. However, although PlayStation 5 will be operating at 12.5 teraflops of GP, Xbox Series X will have a slightly faster CPU.
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Xbox Series X
Xbox Series X is an upcoming gaming console developed by Microsoft. It was announced during E3 in 2019. Nicknamed “Project Scarlett,” the game is scheduled to be released late this year. Xbox Series X will be competing with Sony’s PlayStation 5 and the Nintendo Switch.
The game possesses reduced loading time alongside, higher display resolution. Xbox Series X is fully compatible with other game controllers. Games like Xbox One, Xbox 360, and original Xbox games.
The console will come along with an updated version of the Xbox One controller. The controller comes in sophisticated designs and a newly added share button to relay a player’s progress with fellow gamers.
Microsoft spokesman, Spencer said, the Series X will likely not have immediate virtual reality (VR) support at launch.
And that they expect that any virtual reality support will be based on the parts of the Xbox incorporating Microsoft Windows support for VR, but otherwise was not a focus of the console’s development prior to release.
Sony Is Planning More Features For Its Consoles to Differentiate PlayStation From Xbox
The gaming empire, Sony, is planning its own marketing onslaught and would likely be absent from this year’s E3 convention.
Sony’s designers are searching for new ways to make their products more unique than its competition.
Many suggest that the new Dualshock controller could be Sony’s approach in setting a difference between PlayStation and Xbox.
The Dualshock controller possesses biofeedback sensors that will help designers alter the contents of the game according to the player’s emotions.
Dualshock controller Is The Game Changer You’veYou’ve Been Expecting
The Dualshock controller possesses biofeedback that will generate feedback from the user’s hand during regular use. The sensors on the controller grip will track the heartbeat and sweat secretion that will enable the game to predict the gamer’s state of mind.
The goal of this newly included feature is to provide an extraordinary experience. The game depicts a sample of what the future holds for the gaming industry. The design of the game will let it work with virtual reality. So gamers can have a virtual physical connection with the game.
In the patent description, Sony said that “There is a desire in computer gaming to provide an immersive and highly interactive experience for players, so as to enhance the enjoyment of the player. This has become of particular interest with the increasing availability of head-mountable displays (HMDs), which are provided with the intention of fully immersing a player in the in-game environment.”
Sony is not the first Company to experiment with biofeedback. Nintendo Wii used the Wii Vitality sensor for the same purpose, but the project was suspended indefinitely.