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When it comes to making a console experience better for the PC, Microsoft’s biggest challenge is making sure that it doesn’t look like a “PC version” of a console game.
And when it comes time to actually launch a PC-exclusive game, that’s no easy task.
The Xbox One has a big advantage in that it’s got a lot more horsepower than the PS4 Pro, with more than four times the amount of cores (32 versus 16) and 16GB of GDDR5 memory.
That makes it capable of running more games, and Microsoft says that it has more than 300 PC-specific features already baked into the hardware.
In terms of console features, there are plenty, from cross-platform multiplayer to HDR to native 4K.
But as with all PC hardware, the most interesting thing to look at are the performance characteristics of the hardware, and the Xbox has a number of new tricks up its sleeve to help it perform well.
With a full list of Xbox One specific features, including a revamped UI, more efficient multitasking, and an improved CPU, this is the best way to see how the Xbox looks like when compared to a PS4.
With more cores and 16 GB of memory, the Xbox will run games at 4K resolution.
That means the console will render the same pixels on the screen as a PC’s graphics chip.
Microsoft says the Xbox can deliver a 60FPS framerate, and it can even deliver an average frame rate of 30FPS.
The game engine is also faster than its PS4 counterparts.
Microsoft claims the Xbox uses more compute resources to handle things like rendering and image processing, and that it can get up to 4.6X the performance in games compared to PS4s.
That’s pretty good, and should help Xbox One games perform better on a PC.
But in terms of game performance, the console also offers better graphics performance.
Microsoft has confirmed that the Xbox hardware can deliver up to 25% better performance than the PlayStation 4, and we’ll be keeping an eye on those numbers for a while.
The console also has some new games, like the upcoming Dead Rising 4.
The Xbox One can also play more than 30 new games from developers that have already launched on Xbox.
Microsoft says it’s planning to release more games in the future, and is aiming to deliver up-to-date console games for all platforms, including PCs.
But the most exciting news right now is that the new console will be launching on October 19, when it launches alongside the Xbox and the PS5.