Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S (collectively, Xbox series X | S), is a line of desktop video consoles developed by Microsoft and the fourth generation of the Xbox console family. The console family, collectively known as Project Scarlett and revealed for the first time at E3 2019, includes the Xbox Series X of High-end, revealed in The Game Awards 2019 and whose name in code is Project Anaconda, and The Xbox Series S of lower cost, announced in September 2020 and whose name in code is Project Lockhart. Both consoles were launched on November 10, 2020.
Both consoles occur to the current Xbox One line, replacing the Badge Xbox One X and Xbox One S Badge models, respectively. Microsoft is prioritizing the performance of the hardware, including compatibility with higher screen resolutions (resolution up to 8k) and frame speeds, real-time ray trace and use of high-speed solid state units to reduce loading times In the Xbox series X. Xbox Series S uses the same CPU, but has a reduced internal GPU, memory and storage, also lacks optical drive.
Microsoft is promoting a player-centered approach for his new hardware, which includes free updates of improved versions of Xbox One games through his Smart Delivery initiative, optimized games for the X series hardware and version compatibility Previous games, drivers and accessories from Xbox. The console takes advantage of your Xbox Game Pass Game Subscription Service, as well as remote games in the cloud on mobile devices through your Xcloud Cloud Game Platform. Also, Microsoft recently registered a new variant of the console, called XS, which is about to be defined by some details of it.

Last year, players on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X / S and PC had to set tremendous file sizes when they wanted to deal with the Call of Duty games. In the meantime, Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold was on the PC even the 200 GB brand, while console players had to expect more than 150 GB. If you were also Call of Duty: Warzone on the hard drive, you had to schedule just under 300 GB for both games.

Compact than in recent years

With Call of Duty: Vanguard this should not happen again. As Activision announced in a current Tweet, the installation size of the short-appearing shooter will be clearly smaller than earlier offshoots. Through a new On-Demand Texture Streaming Technology you can save on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X / S and PC up to 50 percent of storage space.

However, those responsible do not want to call any concrete numbers to the respective installation sizes, which is why you still have to wait until more information appears. Nonetheless, it is positive that the developers finally have created hand to significantly reduce file sizes.

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Call of Duty: Vanguard will appear on 5 November 2021 for the PlayStation 5, the PlayStation 4, the Xbox Series X / S, the Xbox One and the PC. At the same time, the new Pacific Card for Call of Duty: Warzone will also be published. The new gene version of the Battle Royale shooter, on the other hand, has not received an appointment yet.

Good News for Hard Drives Everywhere: Vanguard s Install Size at Launch wants BE Significantly Below Previous callofduty Releases.

New On-Demand Texture Streaming Tech Expected to Save Up to 30% -50% + On Next Gen Console and PC Hard Drive Disk Space ????

Evolution of Call of Duty Games 2003-2020

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Further news about Call of Duty: Vanguard.