Microsoft's new developer kit improves Xbox Series Smemory

Microsoft's new developer kit improves Xbox Series Smemory

Microsoft has revealed that a new game development kit (GDK) for the Xbox Series S will "optimize" the console''s memory allocation.

"Hundreds of additional megabytes of memory are now available to Xbox Series S developers," explained the game developer in a new video (see below) about the GDK''s release dates (thanks, The Verge).

Microsoft claims that this will give developers "huge control over memory" and that it will thus allow for "[improved] graphics performance in memory-constrained situations." So, good news.

This memory scarcity has arisen since the console''s launch, and has been discussed by the Digital Foundry team in the past. We''re looking forward to hearing from them about it.

In the midst of this week, Microsoft began testing for its Xbox Game Pass family arrangement.

The Xbox Insider preview game Pass program will enable anyone with a special Insider Preview user to share that subscription, with each one having a unique access to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate''s broad selection of games, content, and benefits.

Cependant, this study, which is published at the time of writing, is only available to people living in Colombia and Ireland.

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