Xbox Series S two-minute review

The Xbox Series S is a next-gen console that takes a radically different approach to the Xbox Series X, Microsoft’s flagship model. It’s designed to offer the same generational leap as Microsoft’s more powerful system, such as high frame rates, ray tracing, and super-fast load times, but at a considerably lower price – and inevitably, this means it has a few notable compromises.  

Despite being a digital-only console, the Xbox Series S has significantly less storage than the Xbox Series X and primarily targets a resolution of 1440p instead of 4K for gaming. It will upscale to 4K when connected to an Ultra HD display, and a handful of titles are capable of running at a native 4K resolution such as Ori and the Will of the Wisps. However, the console is primarily designed to run games at a lower resolution first and foremost.

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