Xbox Series X reveals game names which will be available upon release

Xbox Series X will lead the next generation into a new era of gaming. Scheduled to be released in 2020, we know for sure that it will give a tough competition to PS5. Both these console brands compete with each other to be best-in-the-world. While both of them are unique in their own way, Xbox Series X might just win the race. Both Microsoft and Sony are focusing on the computation abilities of the CPU and the GPU. While the CPU handles the system’s internal computations, the GPU renders graphical elements and stimulates and redistributes the flow of data, thereby enhancing the overall functionality of the CPU. Both companies have opted for AMD’s semiconductors on this aspect. The Xbox Series X will have eight Zen 2 CPU cores at 3.8GHz. The GPU is a Custom RDNA 2 with 12 teraflops, and 52 compute units at 1.825GHz.The Xbox Game Pass feature will allow the gamer to access every game of their choice. While the gamers are expecting a new set of games, rest assured they will not be disappointed. Moving on to the size of the game, this feature ensures that aspect as well. The games revealed by Microsoft are as follows. DiRT 5 Halo Infinite Senua’s Saga: Hellblade 2 Yakuza: Like a Dragon Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Outriders Watch Dogs Legion Gods and Monsters Rainbow Six Quarantine Bright Memory Infinite Call Of The Sea Chorus Lord Of The Rings: Gollum Numerous other games rumored to be a part of the Xbox Series X. Some of them include big names like Battlefield 6, Marvel’s Avengers, Final Fantasy 7: Remake. While others might be, Deathloop, Ghostwire: Tokyo, Dragon Age 4, and Beyond Good and Evil 2. There are definitely going to be more added to that list soon enough.  On the topic of compatibility, Xbox One games will be compatible with Xbox Series X. Some of them are much anticipated, like Cyberpunk: 2077 and Halo Infinite
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