Xbox Series X Quick Resume Takes the Console to the Next Level

Get back in the action quick with Xbox Series X Quick Resume.
Xbox Series X Quick Resume allows you to get back into the action even quicker. (Picture: Xbox)

New information regarding the Xbox Series X Quick Resume feature was revealed by Larry Hryb during an interview. Setting a new standard for the time-saving feature that was introduced with the Xbox One.

During a discussion about the quick resume feature with Jason Ronald, Larry Hyrb spoke about his experiences whilst trying out the new console. “I was switching back and forth just real quickly and seamlessly between games, but then I had to reboot because I had a system update. And then I went back to the game and went right back to it. So it survives a reboot. That’s amazing.”

As it stands on the current-gen Xbox One, players are able to leave their current game running in the background while they access other apps. However, this new development means that players will no longer have to worry about losing unsaved progress should the console need a spontaneous reboot or update.

The Xbox Series X Quick Resume is only one feature in a long list of announcements. We can expect to hear more about the console as its release date at the end of the year draws nearer.

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