Xbox Series S isn’t a gaming powerhouse — here’s why that doesn’t matter


The Xbox Series S is a bit of a weird console. At $299 it’s a rather compelling machine for people who don’t want to drop nearly $500 on the Xbox Series X. But from some of the specs we’ve heard about so far, it might not really be much more powerful than the older Xbox One X.

Microsoft has been rather bullish in promoting how the Xbox Series S will be a 1440p gaming machine, with upscaling to 4K rather than natively rendering 4K, and will deliver up to 120 frames per second in games like Gears 5. But now a brace of developers have popped up and shined a light on the shortcomings of the cheaper next-generation Xbox. 

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