Jason Ronald confirms Microsoft’s next system will have full support.
Microsoft was the first to unveil their next generation console, the Xbox Series X. It’s looking to be quite something, and like all new generations comes with many promises of new power and new features. Today, we got confirmation of some of those new features with full support from its GPU of DX12_2.
Via his official Twitter, Director of Program Management at Team Xbox, Jason Ronald, was asked if the Xbox Series X had support for the new tech. The system was suspiciously absent from the dev blog announcing the DirectX12_2. But he did confirm that it did, in fact, have full support of all the hardware features. That means it has better compatibility with PC API as well as potential improved features relating to raytracing, mesh shaders, variable rate shading, and more. You can get a better idea at the announcement blog through here.
The Xbox Series X is set to launch this November.