Phil Spencer shared more details on their next console.
Xbox Series X will officially feature 12 teraflops of GPU power, support backwards compatibility, have hardware-accelerated raytracing, and support up to 120 frames per second, revealed Microsoft.
The new details have been revealed by Head of Xbox Phil Spencer in a new Xbox Newswire blog post. The new post states that the upcoming console will have a custom AMD processor (12 teraflops of GPU performance) for higher framerates and larger worlds. Players will also get more stable frame rates and higher resolution, with no impact on the final image quality, according to Spencer.
Also, the console's solid-state drive will improve load times, plus the next Xbox will have a Quick Resume for players to re-enter suspended games with almost no need to wait.
Spencer added that all Xbox One games will run on Series X benefitting from the more powerful hardware, and developers don't need to work on porting old games.
You can find the original post with more details here.