Microsoft will soon be providing news about improvements for the Xbox Series X|S. That emerges from a new episode of the Xbox podcast. In any case, the next few months and years can be exciting as far as the "enhancement" of the power console is concerned. Xbox project director Jason Ronald promised "a lot of really exciting things" for fans to look forward to. It will probably start on February 17th, according to a rumor. 

Microsoft is currently focusing on backward and forward compatibility. The new power consoles Xbox Series X and Series S have, at least in this regard, a lot in common with the Xbox One, which had already been similarly clear in this area. The user interface and the operating system also offer a common starting point, but at the same time the new Xbox consoles should also offer impressive downward compatibility features that noticeably improve older games.

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Xbox Program Management Director Jason Ronald recently confirmed that Microsoft will be releasing further backward compatibility improvements for the Xbox Series X | S this year - it now appears that initial adjustments will be coming soon.

In the latest episode of the Xbox Podcast, Larry "Major Nelson" Hryb said he can't say much at the moment, but there will be some news on improvements soon.

Jason Ronald trumpeted the same horn, hinting that Microsoft is working on a lot of "exciting things." These should be made available in the coming months. Ronald commented, "We have a lot of really exciting things in the pipeline for the coming months and years."

Backward compatibility improvements are a core issue on Xbox and are now seen by fans as a more natural service, but Microsoft is planning to add further system updates for the Xbox Series X | S that could expand compatibility services. Jason Ronald commented on the subject a while ago and said they were working on a number of improvements to the console's sharing features. At the end of January, Ronald already confirmed that the 60 FPS improvements for backward compatible titles that have been longing for by fans will come later this year.

With the new Xbox consoles, compatibility not only refers to the ability to play old games from the Xbox, Xbox 360 or Xbox One, but also to be able to enjoy them in a polished version, for example with increased frame rates or native HDR.

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