• Home
  • Games
  • Games News
  • Microsoft Will Stream Its Event for Xbox Series X, Project xCloud on March 18

Microsoft Will Stream Its Event for Xbox Series X, Project xCloud on March 18

The upcoming Xbox Series X has an AMD Zen 2 based processor with 12 teraflops of GPU performance.

Share on Facebook Tweet Snapchat Share Reddit Comment
Microsoft Will Stream Its Event for Xbox Series X, Project xCloud on March 18

Xbox Series X will have hardware-accelerated DirectX Raytracing

  • Microsoft will discuss Xbox Series X during its March 18 livestream
  • Microsoft will share the experiences it was planning for GDC on stream
  • Xbox Series X will come with 12 teraflops of GPU performance

Microsoft has announced that it will livestream a series of discussions where it will speak about Xbox Series X and Project xCloud, among other things. The streaming event, called Game Stack Live, will cover the experiences Microsoft had planned for Game Developers Conference (GDC), will be held on March 17 and March 18. On the first day, the company will hold panel discussions which will be more developer focused, while on the second day, it will talk about the Xbox Series X and Project xCloud.

On its website, the topic in question has been listed as “Xbox Series X + Project xCloud = New Chapter in Gaming” without any further description. But, it is expected that Microsoft will share some more details about the upcoming console and its streaming service that has been in the testing phase for some time now. Some of the other discussions that Microsoft is planning include “What's new in DirectX: Raytracing, mesh shading, and more” and “What it means to run a game studio”.

Ever since the announcement of the Xbox Series X at Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) 2019, the company has been gradually revealing specifications of the console. So far, we know that it is based on AMD's latest Zen 2 and RDNA 2 architectures. It will deliver 12 teraflops of Graphics Processing Unit (GPU) performance, double of what the Xbox One X can do. It will have Variable Rate Shading (VRS) that allows developers to “prioritize individual effects on specific game characters or important environmental objects.” It will also come with hardware-accelerated DirectX Raytracing which brings accurate reflections and true-to-life lighting in real time gameplay.

We also know Xbox Series X will have a newer generation SSD for faster loading times, a Dynamic Latency Input (DLI) feature, and something that comes as great news for all Xbox fans, backwards compatibility.


For the latest tech news and reviews, follow Gadgets 360 on Twitter, Facebook, and Google News. For the latest videos on gadgets and tech, subscribe to our YouTube channel.

Vineet Washington Vineet Washington writes about gaming, smartphones, audio devices, and new technologies for Gadgets 360, out of Delhi. Vineet is a Senior Sub-editor for Gadgets 360, and has frequently written about gaming on all platforms and new developments in the world of smartphones. In his free time, Vineet likes to play video games, make clay models, play the guitar, watch sketch-comedy, and anime. Vineet is available on vineetw@ndtv.com, so please send in your leads and tips. More
Oppo Reno 3 India Variant May Feature MediaTek Helio P90 SoC, 48-Megapixel Quad Camera Setup
D2h Revises Tariffs Yet Again, Now Offering Three Network Capacity Fee Slabs

Related Stories




© Copyright Red Pixels Ventures Limited 2020. All rights reserved.
Listen to the latest songs, only on JioSaavn.com