Xbox 'App' on PC is updated and can now indicate the performance of a game before download

The application of Xbox for PC has been updated with an indicator that anticipates the expected performance of each game so that the user takes this information into account before proceeding to download it.

This new feature compares the performance of a game on computers with technical specifications similar to that of the user, according to Xbox in a statement published on its website.

Based on this, the indicator predicts the expected performance of the security. In addition, the new feature allows the player to see the system requirements in depth if their computer is unable to deliver smooth performance to know which components need improvement.

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The functionality aims to provide the user with information that may be useful, especially before proceeding to download a game. Its rollout has already started and it is expected to be available across its entire PC user base in the coming days.

Xbox clarifies that, for the moment, this indicator will not be offered in all available games, especially in the most recent ones. This is because you still need to gather enough information to make the most accurate recommendation possible.

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Xbox has similarly recalled another of its recent updates implemented in the ‘app’ for PC. In this case, improving the game search and discovery experience.

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The announcement of Final Fantasy VII Rebirth has been made in the broadcast that Square Enix has celebrated in the early hours of this Friday on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the original Final Fantasy VII. In it, the company has shared that it is currently working on four projects linked to this title.

According to Nomura, each of these four titles will play a different role, but all of them will be connected to both the world and the characters of Final Fantasy VII.

The other titles are Final Fantasy VII Ever Crisis, the game for iOs and Android, which will have a closed beta this year; The First Soldier, in whose third season the developer is already working; and Crisis Core – Reunion, coming to PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, and Steam this winter. Furthermore, Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade is coming to PC on Steam on June 17, 2022 with support for the Steam Deck console.

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