Microsoft has confirmed that it is working on solutions to two major issues facing the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S. One of these issues involves performance. While the PS5 outperforms the Xbox Series S, it lags behind the Xbox Series X in this respect, at least on paper. However, despite this, many games work better on the PS5 than on the Xbox Series X. According to Microsoft, the hardware is not to blame here, but the optimization. In cases where this has happened, Microsoft says it has extended its assistance to fix the problem.
Speaking during the official Xbox podcast, Larry Hribb – host of the famous Xbox Live Major Nelson – Microsoft’s Eason Ronald of Microsoft revealed that in some cases this poor performance comes down to bugs, or sometimes it’s just a lack of experience with the platform.
“There are different types of questions that can arise as developers begin to learn and use this platform. said Ronald. “In some cases, they’re just bugs in the titles – and we’ve worked very closely with them, and the developers will come in and fix these bugs, because they’re just as committed to delivering that premium experience as we are.” In other cases, it learns how to use this platform for the next generation. “
Elsewhere during the podcast, Ronald also confirmed that the problems with the Quick sequel were also ironed out. Fast sequel is one of the most impressive features of the console and is a feature for which the PS5 has no answer. That said, not only is it not currently supported by every game, but from the beginning, it does not always work as advertised. But again, Ronald notes that improvements are being made in this regard.
Of course, none of these problems are something that can be solved by simply spreading an update. It is safe to assume that both, but especially the previous ones, will continue to be a problem, to some extent, for the whole generation, but according to Ronald, Microsoft is doing everything it can to alleviate these problems.
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