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Microsoft helps game devs pull more performance from the Xbox Series S

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Frustrated that games don't run as well on the Xbox Series S as you'd expect given the 1440p-capable hardware? Microsoft might have a fix.

The Verge has learned the company's recently highlighted June Game Development Kit gives programmers more access to memory, freeing up "hundreds of additional megabytes" of RAM for their games.

That can improve graphics performance in titles where limited memory is a problem, Microsoft said.This move won't put the entry-level console on par with the Xbox Series X, which uses the same CPU but packs a more powerful graphics processor.

However, it might reduce bottlenecks that sometimes force developers to run games on Series S at lower resolutions and frame rates.

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