The Xbox Series X works to fix Max Lunch issues

The Xbox Series X works to fix Max Lunch issues

Microsoft has confirmed that it is working on solutions to two major problems with the Xbox Series X and the Xbox Series S. While the PS5 trumps the Xbox Series S in terms of power, at least on paper, it falls short of the Xbox Series X in this regard. Yet, despite this, many games are running better on the PS5 than the Xbox Series X. According to MicroSt., The hardware is not the fault here, but optimization. Micros.ft says what is happening in these cases has increased help to rectify the issue.

Speaking of meanwhile Official Xbox Podcast Powered by Larry Hribb – aka Major Nelson of Xbox Live – Jason Ronald of Micros .ft said that in some cases this over-performance comes down to errors, or sometimes it lacks experience with the platform.

“A variety of issues can arise as developers begin to learn and take advantage of this platform.” Said Ronald. “In some cases, they’re just bugs in the title – and we’ve partnered very closely with them, and the developers will fix those bugs and they’ll fix those bugs because they’re committed to delivering the same premium experience. “In other cases, he is learning how to use the upcoming pay generation platform.”

Elsewhere during the podcast, Ronald confirmed that issues with the Quick Resume were also being leaked. Quick Resume is one of the console’s most impressive features, and it’s a feature the PS5 has no answer to. That said, currently it’s not just supported by every game, but since launch, it doesn’t always work as an ad. But again, Ronald’s notes on the matter are being corrected.

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Of course, none of these problems are something that can be solved by simply rolling an upgrade. It is safe to assume that both, but especially the former, are a problem, to an extent, for the whole pay, but according to Ronald, MicroSD is doing everything possible to address these problems.

The Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S are available worldwide for 500 and USD 300 300, respectively. For more coverage on both the console and all things Xbox – including all the latest news, rumors and leaks – click here.

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