“It’s not easy to stream the full power of Xbox Series X”: Microsoft reacts to criticism of Halo Infinite graphics

Yesterday we saw far from the final version Halo infinite and not even fragments from the latest assembly at the current moment. We were shown an earlier build… About this in an interview with an American journalist Alane Pierce reported the general manager of marketing Xbox Aaron Greenberg

Greenberg recalled that more than one month remains before the release of the game, and assured that it will only get better

“Look, we’re at the epicenter of a global pandemic. It’s July now, Halo Infinite is far from launching, and now you’re seeing a non-final version of the game.”

At the same time, the top manager recommended that gamers familiarize themselves with the Halo Infinite video in resolution 4K at 60FPSwhich was posted online following the conclusion of the Xbox Games Showcase.

“You’ve probably watched 1080p live. The developers have already released 4K recording. Go watch the game in 4K @ 60fps.”

According to Greenberg, streaming “is very difficult to convey the full power of the Xbox Series X.” Previously, Xbox CEO Phil Spencer complained about the same gaming experience on the new console, where high resolution goes hand in hand with high frames per second.

“So look at Halo Infinite’s 4K / 60FPS gameplay. But again, this is not final game. 343 Industries is making progress every week. The game will only get better in the run-up to Christmas.”

Halo Infinite will be part of the Xbox Series X launch lineup and is expected to be supported for 10 years. One of the features of the game is a full-fledged open world. See our developer interview for details.

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