We review the 30 games chosen by Microsoft to accompany the launch of its new generation of consoles; many on Xbox Game Pass.
The concept of “Optimized” is going to be a constant in the new generation of Microsoft consoles. With just a few days to go before stores around the world welcome Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S, it’s time to roll over and learn about each and every one of the 30 optimized games that will arrive for this new cycle. of Xbox machines.
Because there are 30 optimized games, that is, those that will enjoy visual improvements and take advantage of the Xbox Series architecture, will look better than in the current generation of consoles; many of them with Smart Delivery — you buy the game once and run it in its best version — and with greatly reduced loading times. “When you hear that a game has been optimized for Xbox Series X, you will know that the developer natively designed or completely recreated their game to take full advantage of the unique capabilities of our most powerful console yet,” they commented on the occasion of the presentation. of the Optimized badge.
30 games optimized for Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S
All in all, these optimized titles will benefit from new hardware technology, featuring Xbox Velocity Architecture, Variable Rate Shading (VRS) and Variable Refresh Rate (VRR).
Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S go on sale this coming Tuesday, November 10 for 499 euros and 299 euros, respectively, worldwide. To know all the differences between the two models, we recommend taking a look at this article, so that you can know exactly why the difference in price and what type of audience each of Microsoft’s solutions is aimed at.
One of the main supports for the Xbox Series X | S catalog is Xbox Game Pass, an à la carte service with more than 150 games from all types of companies, genres and budgets; including a multitude of exclusive titles from Xbox Game Studios plus those to come, which also includes everything that belongs to Bethesda. In total, 23 internal studios that work and will continue to work for the Xbox ecosystem sharing a common denominator: they will all come to Xbox Game Pass. On the other hand, EA Play is added on November 10, which includes more than 60 Electronic Arts games of all generations.