Xbox Series X/S – Quick Resume Currently Disabled on Some Games, Microsoft Working on Fixes

Some Series X/S launch titles don't support Quick Resume yet.

Posted By | On 13th, Nov. 2020

xbox series x xbox series s

The Xbox Series X/S’ Quick Resume feature has been heavily advertised in the lead up to the two consoles’ launch, and while their SSDs and other impressive hardware specs (especially in the Series X’s case) have been the headline grabbing improvements, Quick Resume’s ease of use and convenience cannot be overstated.

And while the feature is compatible with thousands of games right now, some titles are facing issues with the same. Recently, director of product management at Xbox, Jason Ronald, took to Twitter to that some games optimized for the Xbox Series X/S at launch are facing issues with Quick Resume, and as such, Microsoft have disabled the feature with those particular games.

Ronald says that fixes are currently in the works, and once they’ve been tested and implemented, the feature will be brought online on those titles once again. No timeframe is given as to when we can expect those fixes to go online, but hopefully it shouldn’t be too far off in the future.

Quick Resume can allow users to suspend 4-6 games simultaneously and quickly switch back and forth between them, while that number can go even higher depending on whether or not you’re playing backward compatibility titles. Meanwhile, impressively enough, Quick Resume retains your suspended games even if you unplug your console.

The Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S are out now across the world.


Amazing Articles You Might Want To Check Out!

Share Your Thoughts Below  (Always follow our comments policy!)



Keep On Reading!

Baten Kaitos 1 and 2 HD Remaster is Out Now on PC

Baten Kaitos 1 and 2 HD Remaster is Out Now on PC

The previously Switch-exclusive remastered RPGs are out on Steam, with all purchases by July 17th upgrading to...

Life by You Cancelled by Paradox Interactive

Life by You Cancelled by Paradox Interactive

An early access launch for Paradox Interactive's The Sims competitor was recently delayed indefinitely.

Indiana Jones and the Great Circle Clip Showcases Stealth Gameplay

Indiana Jones and the Great Circle Clip Showcases Stealth Gameplay

MachineGames' single-player first-person action-adventure game is due out for Xbox Series X/S and PC this year...

Elden Ring: Shadow of the Erdtree – What’s New?

Elden Ring: Shadow of the Erdtree – What’s New?

Shadow of the Erdtree may be more Elden Ring, but it's changing the base experience in ways players probably n...

5 First-Party PlayStation Sequels That Are Never Going to Happen

5 First-Party PlayStation Sequels That Are Never Going to Happen

No matter how bad we want these games, it's unlikely that we're ever going to get them.

Dark Souls 3 Is Still a Masterpiece in 2024

Dark Souls 3 Is Still a Masterpiece in 2024

The finale of FromSoft's Dark Souls series still holds up after all these years, but its mods elevate it to a ...