At E3 2019 earlier this year, Microsoft confirmed that they are indeed working on a next-gen Xbox console. Not much is known about the console apart from the fact that Microsoft is working on it, but we have heard that it is expected to be powered using a custom AMD processor, use GDDR6 RAM, and a next-gen SSD.

All of this is said to make the console four times more powerful than the Xbox One X. Now it seems that speaking to GameSpot, head of Xbox Phil Spencer revealed some additional details about the upcoming console, where he revealed that some of the areas Microsoft will be looking to focus on would be the frame rates of the console as well as loading times.

According to Spencer, “I think the area that we really want to focus on next generation is frame rate and playability of the games. Ensuring that the games load incredibly fast, ensuring that the game is running at the highest frame rate possible. We’re also the Windows company, so we see the work that goes on [for] PC and the work that developers are doing. People love 60 frames-per-second games, so getting games to run at 4K 60 [FPS] I think will be a real design goal for us.”

Frame rates and resolution was one of the hotly contested features when the Xbox One first launched, where many compared games running on the PS4 versus the Xbox One. There is still no word on when the next-gen Xbox will be released, but we’ll keep our eyes peeled for more info.

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