Through his social media profiles, the manager of the marketing division of Microsoft, Aaron Greenberg, has an important clarification on the question of support to 60fps for video games destined to land by the end of 2020 on the Xbox Series X.

In an exchange of words took place on the social with the journalist of The Verge ‘s Tom Warren, the leader of the house of Redmond is linked to his latest statements about 60fps as standard in the Xbox games Series X to adjust the message and explain that “developers can operate with extreme flexibility and always have the opportunity to choose how to exploit the potential of the hardware, so the 60fps is not mandatory”.

Recently, the same Greenberg has apologized to the community for the Inside Xbox and the erroneous communication of Microsoft that has accompanied thedigital event may 7 on the Xbox games Series X to third parties, especially in reference to the marginal role played by the scenes of gameplay, compared to the trailer for promotional “pre-packaged”.

The criticism of the communicative strategy of Microsoft for the Inside Xbox may also have prompted the former head of the american company, Albert Penello, to reflect on the meaning of the word gameplay for the promotion of media events such as the one involved in the last few days, the community of players Xbox and that, as already provided by Microsoft, will continue throughout the summer with shows monthly on Xbox Series X.