A library of various titles from the previous generation is available on Xbox Series consoles through backward compatibility. On the new hardware, games are even getting some improvements in terms of frame rate, resolution and HDR.
But it’s not over yet, and according to Microsoft manager Jason Ronald, more games will see similar improvements this year. Unfortunately, he did not go into details. Perhaps the company will make some backward compatibility changes on the Xbox Series S, which runs versions of One S games, often without 60 FPS or even 1080p.
In addition, Ronald said that the Xbox team is now working on some improvements to the system for recording and sharing gameplay frames. Recently, many users have been complaining that they cannot always upload a screenshot to Twitter, the system starts to slow down while recording, and some deleted materials magically return to the console.
According to Ronald, this is now a priority for developers.
The Xbox Series consoles went on sale last November but are still plagued by some software issues. For example, wireless gamepads are often disabled for players.