During a recorded interview for the Xbox official podcast, head of console development Jason Ronald, hasn’t gone too far in anticipating that there will be new “exciting” announcements for the Xbox Series X | S. “As a team, we are really excited about the welcome received from fans all over the world. It’s the launch phase, we always say it to each other, this is really just the beginning. We have a lot of amazing things in the pipeline, which will come in the coming months and years to come. We’re also working closely with major game developers in the industry to take full advantage of all the next-gen features we have with the Xbox Series S and Series X“Publicly declares Jason Ronald.
The head of Xbox development also pointed out that his team has taken a long hiatus after the launch of the latest two consoles from Microsoft, specifying that this period of hiatus, in fact, has proved a ‘important opportunity per “listen to the community“And their needs, analyzing their experience of use, in order to better understand where to improve.
At the moment, a number of updates for Xbox Series X | S and, among the expected improvements, the team is also working to refine the quick resume. In this regard, Ronald informs us: “We had to disable the quick resume on some titles that came out in the launch window. The team is working very hard to re-enable it on those games, so that people can then enjoy this great feature on all titles that users are playing”.
In addition to the quick resume, the team is also rolling up their sleeves to improve the disconnection issues of the controller which, as we know, is a subject that is very close to the heart of the Redmond house, as it has invested a lot for bestow the best experience pad in hand on Xbox consoles, in terms of quality and ergonomics. Furthermore, Ronald also revealed that the team is also devoting their energies to improving theapp Xbox for Smartphone, adding new features. The message that Jason Ronald wanted to arrive is precisely the enhancement of fan feedback, to offer them an ever better experience during this ninth generation of videogames.
Source: Tom's Hardware by www.tomshw.it.
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