Greenberg: 60 frames per second will be the standard on Xbox Series X
Although Xbox has pointed out that its new console, Xbox Series X, was designed to offer the best performance within stable parameters, a point of attention is located in the frame rate per second as console users consider that 60 fps should be the norm for the next generation. Fortunately, this will be true of Microsoft’s new hardware, as stated by Aaron Greenberg.
Yesterday, in the framework of the Inside Xbox presentation, Aaron Greenberg, general manager of the Xbox marketing area, responded to the request of a fan on Twitter who pointed out that players needed 60 frames per second on Xbox Series X. In that sense, the Xbox manager assured that 60 fps will be the standard of the new console, but took the opportunity to highlight that the architecture of its hardware is capable of reaching 120 frames per second, so it will be left for developers to take a decision about it.