Microsoft confirmed that the Xbox Series S will still run slightly improved versions of Xbox One games

Faced with the announcement of the Xbox Series S , the cheaper and less disc-reader-less counterpart of the next XboX Series X , the question arose about what will happen to the old video games in the catalog.

Bad or bad, one of the X Series advertising hooks revolves around the promise that it will feature 4K upgraded versions, but the cheaper model will only run at 1440p with 4K upscaling.

Now from Microsoft they confirmed that obviously the S Series will not run the improved versions in 4K, but will still have some adjustments for video games.

The Xbox Series S was designed to be the most affordable next-generation console and to play next-generation video games at 1440P at 60fps, they first stated in their statement.

To deliver the highest quality backward compatible experience, in accordance with the original intent of each developer, Xbox Series S runs the Xbox One S version of backward-compatible video games, while applying improved texture filtering, speeds of higher and more consistent frames, faster load times, and automatic HDR.

That is, its backward compatibility will not be in 4K, which was already clear, but that does not imply that there will be no improvements. Now it remains to be seen how those results will be.

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