Microsoft announced they will launch a new generation console, Xbox Series X worldwide in November 2020. The console will be equipped with more than 100 games this year. Includes 50 new games like Yakuza: Like a Dragon. Unfortunately, the Halo Infinite game will not be launched this year by 343 Industries, and will be delayed until 2021.
The console will have 12 teraflops of processing power via an eight-core AMD Zen 2 processor, as well as a 1 terabyte SSD (solid-state drive) for storage, with the option to increase available storage by another 1 terabyte via the “X Storage Expansion Card, as well as external hard drives via USB.
The processor’s built-in RDNA-class 2 graphics processing unit will be able to record games at up to 120 frames per second at 4K resolution, and is also known as 8K ready, with hardware-accelerated ray tracing, and variable refresh rates. The console will have 16 gigabytes of GDDR6 memory.
The console will have a new Quick Resume feature that allows players to save the status of multiple games and resume later, even after the console is unplugged. Xbox Series X will be compatible with Xbox One games, with optional graphics additions.
Yakuza: Like a Dragon (Ryū ga Gotoku 7: Hikari to Yami no Yukue), the seventh game in the Yakuza Sega series, will be the launch title for the console. Other games confirmed for the Xbox Series X include Resident Evil Village (CAPCOM) and Bandai Namco’s Scarlet Nexus.