- Jan 21, 2019
For anyone that was wondering whether Halo Infinite was being built for Xbox One and Scaled up or Xbox Series X and scaled back, here is your answer. The Optimized for Series X badge is fairly all encompassing and also includes natively developed games that will be on both generations of consoles. That being said, I'm really curious as to how this affects the game on both consoles and what features the Xbox Series X version will have over the Xbox One version of the game. This makes me think they will have significant differences, however, I feel cross-gen multiplayer will be somewhat limited. I'm sure we will find out more closer to the end of July, but I'm optimistic.
Games featuring the Optimized for Xbox Series X badge can showcase anything from virtually eliminating load times via the Xbox Velocity Architecture, heightened visuals and hardware-accelerated DirectX raytracing powered by our custom, next generation GPU, to steadier and often higher framerates up to 120fps. Titles displaying the Optimized for Xbox Series X badge can include:
- Brand new games built natively for the Xbox Series X such as Halo Infinite.
- Previously released titles in which a developer has enhanced their title using the Xbox Series X development environment to dramatically leverage the power and features Xbox Series X has to offer, like Gears 5.
Xbox Series X: Embrace the Full Power of the Console with Games Optimized for Xbox Series X - Xbox Wire
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