Microsoft released another new video ad for their upcoming Xbox Series X console this week, this time focusing on its Velocity Architecture. You can check it out below.
Velocity Architecture is the name used by Microsoft to describe the custom hardware designed for the Xbox Series X, the basis of which consists of a custom 1TB NVME SSD, hardware accelerated decompression blocks, a DirectStorage API layer, and Sampler Feedback Streaming (SFS).
A detailed breakdown was posted by Microsoft’s Jason Ronald here but what all of this new tech essentially means is that the Xbox Series X will be able to download video games quicker than current Xbox consoles and load them much faster. The promise of getting “the virtual elimination of loading times” has been made a few time now though gamers will have to wait until the console launches later this year to see if this promise is met.
Want to watch more Xbox Series X videos? Check out the previous ad here.