If you want to run Xbox 360 games or the first Xbox on your Xbox Series S starting November 10, do not expect the graphics improvements seen on Xbox One X. The news is just Microsoft, who, through a spokesperson, spoke to VGC microphones to explain the backward compatibility situation of the cheaper next-gen console of the two.
“The Xbox Series S was designed to be the cheapest next-gen console and run next-gen games at 1440p and 60fps,” the spokesperson said. “To give gamers the best possible experience with backward compatibility and the developers’ original intentions. Xbox Series S will present the Xbox One S version of backward compatible games, adding texture filtering, higher and more stable framerate, longer loading times, fast and Auto HDR “.
In short, if you want to enjoy the best versions of games for the old Xboxes, your choice will have to turn to Xbox Series X. We remind you that both consoles will debut on the market on November 10, with a difference of 200 euros: Xbox Series S, the “younger sister,” at 299 euros, while Xbox Series X at 499 euros. Pre-orders will open on September 22.