The limitations of the Xbox Series S that set it apart from its older brother, the Xbox Series X, is no secret. Microsoft was transparent of its announcement. While the hardware is capable, the truth is that your gaming experience depends on the work done by the developers, and sometimes there are details or issues that irk the community that don’t take long to attack the brand and its console, while the The problem is actually from the development studio.
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Users have criticized the Xbox Series S for a non-console issue
In recent days, an image has been circulating on networks and forums that supposedly shows a problem with the Xbox Series S where the console suspends the game informing the user that it has run out of video memory, making it impossible to continue playing the title in question. An immediate analysis reveals that this message corresponds to an experience on PC and not on Xbox Series S, as it tells the user to confirm that their video card has the minimum required to run the game or, if necessary, to make adjustments in the graphic section.
Study the Borderlands 3 You don’t want to properly optimize your Xbox Series S
Although the image in question went viral and some of them quickly hardened the Xbox Series S, the truth is that the cause of the problem is Borderlands 3 This is the game that was playing on the console at the time the error occurred.
The reddit community has taken part in absolving Microsoft’s console of responsibility (in part) by accusing Gearbox of its optimization debacle Borderlands 3 Well, they confirmed that this kind of failures and malfunctions are common in Xbox and this is the fault of the developers who did not do the job as it should.
Also, users have indicated that Microsoft has released more megabytes of VRAM to developers in order to improve the optimization process. The Xbox Series S had 10GB to it and 2GB reserved for the operating system before the mod was made that freed up more memory, but there are definitely studies going on with what optimization the console requires to take advantage of its potential.
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