Memory allocation on Xbox Series S consoles has been optimized
Xbox Series S console is a great choice for gamers who don’t want to spend a fortune on a next-gen console but want the most basic next-gen experience. Although it is quite different from the Xbox Series X in terms of hardware specifications, after having Xbox Cloud Gaming, players can also experience the hardware experience of the Xbox Series X in the form of cloud games.
Having said that, many game developers are struggling with the extremely limited memory/video memory of the Xbox Series S, because there is too little memory/video memory available, therefore, the game often has to make a lot of sacrifices in terms of graphics or performance, making the local game experience on this console not very good all the time.
However, this situation may soon improve, because Microsoft recently optimized the Xbox Game Development Kit, allowing developers to have more memory/video memory to call. Game developers can now have hundreds of megabytes of extra memory available on the Xbox Series S console. Developers can have more control over memory calls, which can help improve screen performance when memory is limited.
In addition, Microsoft has improved graphics allocation calls on the Xbox Series S, allowing the console to better utilize the accompanying memory improvement mechanism without negatively affecting picture quality.