We are a little less than a month away from the next generation of consoles officially launching, and I’ve been fortunate enough to get my hands on an early preview build of the Xbox Series X. It’s not a definitive retail console, but it’s pretty close. While I can’t talk about the next generation’s features just yet, a week was more than enough time to get me started on the new Xbox Series X | S-Controller and the Quick Resume function to fall in love with
First to the controller. For several years Microsoft has figured out which 80 percent of the controller must stay the same and which 20 percent can be completely reinterpreted so that people’s muscle memory is not interrupted while still improving. The result is a controller that I find more convenient and better weighted than even the $ 250 Elite Series 2 controller. It’s a bit smaller and still fits perfectly in my big hands, but it’s also much more comfortable and compatible with the tiny hands of my wife. The weight has been distributed across the tips so it feels less like a toy than the Xbox One controller and is comfortable for hours.
The back has a new textured matte finish and the triggers have slightly raised bumps. Not only does this help you grip, but it also breaks some contact points so your hands don’t get so hot and sweaty. I’ve used up to $ 500 worth of controllers and this is probably the most convenient one I’ve used.
The other big notable thing is how quickly games start up. Instead of waiting an endless 50 seconds for Forza Horizon 3 to load, it’s almost 10 seconds. Then add that to Quick Resume, which allows you to pick up where you left off in up to four games and suddenly find yourself undecided or just want to turn on the console and play a game with no friction. In all honesty, I don’t know how I’ve ever lived without a quick resume, and I never want to go back.
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Bottom line: Nobody is buying a next generation console to play their old games on. However, it’s comforting to know that your old favorites and your unplayed Pile Of Shame not only work on Series X, but they do better than ever before.
The Xbox Series X | S will be available in stores from November 10th.
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