Despite their relative unavailability on the shelves of supermarkets and other specialty stores, the ninth generation consoles recently celebrated their first birthday. And if the road still seems long, Microsoft is talking today about the improvements that can be expected on the Xbox.
It is an understatement to say that the manufacturer has not been idle about increasing the updates to the Xbox Series X | S and its operating system, but rather recent announcements about the end of the backward compatibility program for games from the Xbox and Xbox 360 catalogs, or the end of the FPS Boost program, which was also popular with retrogaming enthusiasts, was a cause for concern as to what happened next.
Very sharing player
However, Microsoft intends to do other projects, like recently project leader Jason Ronald at the microphone of. confirmedPodast of the Iron Lordsjust to make up for the recent bad news. This may be a detail for some, but Microsoft finally seems to have heard the recurring criticism of its somewhat confused approach to content sharing:
I have to say that the way the Game DVR works, be it recording or sharing, is one of the things I wish we could have made more progress this year. It is clearly a priority for us.
We’ve heard player feedback and we’ve already made some improvements to the reliability and quality of gameplay captures, but we know there is still room for improvement. This will be a priority in 2022.
It’s not easy to keep it simple
In this regard, Microsoft is actually lagging behind, especially given the competition that offers much easier sharing methods when it comes to posting its exploits and / or tragic defeats on so-called social networks. We shouldn’t take Ronald’s promise at face value, however, as he has already claimed it heard the news
Come on, hopefully soon you won’t have to go through a damn app to easily manage your minutes of fame. And if Microsoft could think of the poor journalists wondering whether one day we will be able to transfer their recordings to a USB stick. But that’s not the sea for drinking, is it?
What improvements would you like to see in Xbox consoles? Are you satisfied with the current operating system? Let us know your shared opinions in the comments below.