Microsoft awards game developers who work with Xbox Series S. More memory control from the console. One New development group of Xbox software recently released to developers and Frees up more memory for developers Access to Xbox Series S and . games Increases performance on certain addresses.
Hundreds of additional megabytes of memory now available to Xbox Series S developerssays Microsoft’s game developer team in a video detailing the updates. “This gives developers more control over memory, which they can Improve graphics performance under conditions of restricted memory.
The Xbox Series S launched as a console capable of playing 1440p games at up to 120fps, but many games may not achieve all of that. Microsoft’s larger and more powerful Xbox Series X console comes with a lot more GPU power, but it also has 16GB of RAM, while the smaller Xbox Series S has 10GB. Developers need to work around 8 GB of memory in the S series as Microsoft reserves about 2 GB for OS tasks.
Although small in size, Microsoft’s improvements can help reduce some of the friction around game development for the Xbox Series S. In this way, we expect performance to continue to improve for new games.
Microsoft too Addressed an issue where the graphical default addresses were allocated much slower than the non-graphical default addresses.Which means that Xbox games can now make better use of other recent memory improvements that Microsoft has added to the Xbox developer tools.
Fingers crossed, all of this means we’ll see some performance improvements in some of the games running on Xbox Series S soon.
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