Microsoft’s latest gaming console will arrive at the end of the year. However, there have been a lot of speculations and rumors over the past few months. However, once in a while, the company releases official features to expect in this console. Recently, head of Xbox programming at Microsoft, Larry Hryb, Microsoft Xbox Series X will support Quick Resume. This feature will allow games to quickly resume after a restart of the console. This function allows players to skip unnecessary UI interfaces and read processes after restarting the console. It quickly restores to the game interface.
Larry Hryb stated in a podcast:
For example, I have to restart when the system is updated. I can quickly return to the game, and still be in progress of the previous game.
Microsoft Xbox Series X Quick Resume feature
This feature can help players not have to worry about game progress when they need to restart. It ultimately saves the player waiting time and offers a better playing experience. In fact, there are similar functions on the Xbox One. However, players can quickly resume multiple games and progress from the restart, standby, and other states on the Xbox Series X.
In addition, Jason Ronald, director of program management at Microsoft Xbox, also introduced a feature called “Audio Ray Tracing” that can be used with ray tracing to create a more immersive experience.
Microsoft is expected to announce the hardware acceleration of the Xbox Series X for spatial audio at the Game Developers Conference next month. At that time, senior audio engineers at Microsoft and other game designers will discuss Dolby and hardware for the development of this feature.
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