Xbox President Confirms Commitment to Backwards Compatibility

Xbox president confirms commitment to backwards compatibility with a new team reportedly dedicated to game preservation. This new development simply means that prior generations should live on.

Xbox President Commitment to Backwards Compatibility

Xbox President Commitment to Backwards Compatibility

Sarah Bond, the president of Xbox, has reaffirmed the company’s commitment to maintaining backwards compatibility with previous-generation Xbox games as a key priority for its hardware in the future.

Bones in emails gotten by Windows Central states: “We have formed a new team dedicated to game preservation, important to all of us at Xbox and the industry itself.

“We are building on our strong history of delivering backwards compatibility to our players, and we remain committed to bringing forward the amazing library of Xbox games for future generations of players to enjoy.”

Microsoft’s Plans to Deliver Significant Technological Advancements in the Next Generation of Xbox Hardware

Sarah Bond also reiterated Microsoft’s plans to deliver significant technological advancements in the next generation of Xbox hardware, echoing her previous statements made during an Official Xbox Podcast episode in February of this year.

In a recent email correspondence, she emphasized the company’s commitment to moving full speed ahead on their next-generation hardware to achieve the biggest technological leap ever seen in a generation.

Microsoft’s Dedication to Backwards Compatibility

Microsoft’s dedication to backwards compatibility has consistently impressed users, and with the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S, it has reached new heights.

Both consoles can play the entire Xbox One library, and a substantial number of Xbox 360 and original Xbox games are also compatible. What’s more, physical copies of these older titles are compatible with the Xbox Series X.

The Company’s Enhanced Resolution and Performance Patches

But Microsoft didn’t stop there; for certain games, they went the extra mile by providing enhanced resolution and performance patches. As a result, Xbox Series consoles are the only platforms where you can experience games like Sonic Unleashed at a silky smooth 60 frames per second.

Numerous other titles have also received performance boosts, including Dark Souls 3, Fallout New Vegas, and the Dragon Age trilogy. A comprehensive list of Xbox FPS Boost games showcases titles that now look and play better than ever, thanks to these enhancements in backwards compatibility support.



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