Nichols: "Many many many games are just automatically going to get better."
I hope Titanfall 2 gets a fps boost so it's at 60fps constantly. That would be wicked
Have no fear, I wouldn't be surprise if xox runs it at somewhat high pc settings.
'meh, forget the fanboy crap. I just like the fact that X1X will automatically run alot of games better, than my vanilla X1, not that it was ever really a big problem. I understand this is not going to be anything super fancy but how cool is it that it will make small visual improvements, make framerates more consistent/locked and cut load times for alot of my games= enhanced, plus of course many games will get the full 4K treatment. That's just great console hardware design any way you look at it.
@4Show True. Although I believe this is what PS4 Pro does as well. They had a name for it, I forget.
This my friends is how you make a mid generation console the proper way.
Maybe some people will actually buy it now then? But if its about the gameplay it should have sold most of what it will sell by now and that's that.
I don't doubt that many Xbox games may look better (depends on the game) but as to playing better I very much doubt it since if you as an XB1 or XB1s player you would be at a decided disadvantage when playing a multiplayer game against people who have the XB1x. That is commonly called "Pay to Win" and would be like a slap in the face to all other XB1 players. I do think the above scenario is something Microsoft would want to avoid at all costs.
nitus, What are you talking about, the fps in multiplayer will be the same, other than that just because there are small visual enhancements and faster load times in SP, ect won't make you better than another player, less annoyed maybe but NOT better by default, that's the same difference as some players having better TVs and audio setups, its a better experience but it doesnt give you a measurable advantage over other players online. "Pay to Win", pffft, no, just no. lol
Frame rates is more important not resolution.
Frame rates get helped as well.
Yeah but your system of choice will benefit less not more. Why are you here again? ...
I don't like you man, don't respond to every comment on a xbox article you see learn to look with your eyes, not type with your hands.
Why are you here again? Also, I don't really care.
Why are you always commenting on me, and why just response to this one? Answer is you do care even if you like it or not. JasonKCK man you always need to put in the last word don't you?
They are all legitimately being blown away. One of our third party developers called up, and he was like, ‘this thing is no bullshit. You guys were not messing around.'”
Says all games with dynamic resolution will see improvement. I'm hoping this means Halo 5 multiplayer will be a rock solid 1080p/60fps before any patch needed :)
Agreed. Would like to see how It runs the Withcer pre-patch as that was supposed to be dynamic but never seemed to get past 720p
all games,okey.i gladly going to see how Horizon Zero Dawn will look like in 4k.God of War also.Zelda i heard had some problems with FPS,so i gladly see it in 4k 60fps..
Can you guys just let us enjoy an Xbox article once in awhile?
Come on dude.....
I will enjoy all those games on my ps4pro, and switch console. As for MS games I'll enjoy those on the x1x. As for third party games I want to play, I'll have the option of buying it based on performance. This is a good thing for gamers!
@CP_Company All joking aside, XboneX can hardly hit native 4K in other 3rd party games so I doubt it could ever play something like Horizon Zero Dawn at native 4K anyway.
Thought ps gamers had loads of games to play yet most of them spend heaps more time in xbox articles just to downplay even the good news ones, so why do you guys feel the need to flood every xbox article with negativity at every turn, its pathetic really as it turns the comments section into a circus
I hope Ghost Reacon gets a res and fps boost because that game looks and plays ugly on XB1
It is getting a 4K patch
Good because it needs it badly. Hopefully and more importantly it will receive a fps boost as well.
I hope ReCore gets a res boost sooner or later...
Then I will have to finally finish The Evil Within at some point. The frame rate dropped so much that it made me physically ill.
And why wouldn't they?
Yup original xbox one sucks On xbox one x, games will automatically perform on par with the original ps4.
On par you say? I haven't seen any evidence that leads in that direction. I hear it's on Par with High End PC. What's high end about a Ps4 going from 1080p to native 1440p & upscaled on Pro for 3Rd party games. On par Deez. PS4 4Pro new name is the Stretcher up scaling is the best it can do. Plus the X knock it out when it comes multi Plat reviews. I see all 3rd party games hitting the mat on that console. Stop it. It's going to be an interesting next 3 years.
Theres plenty of devs who say they arent going to bother optimizing the games for the xb1x.. If they do end up taking advantage of the power, that great but they'll split their fanbase who already own the regular xb1 or xb1s
Where is the proof? if there are plenty devs saying the same thing I just need 2. Can you do 2? Send me a link of at least 2 devs vaguely saying they are not doing any 4K patch for oX, I'll take anything, twitter feed and all. Link please.
Im not your secretary.. Look it up for yourself..
I got up to 8FPS better in project cars by switching to an X1S so goodness knows how PC and BF1/BF4 and others will benefit straight away. happy days.
Now dynamic resolution doesn't seem such a bad thing vs. fixed as these games will just play better from the upgrade,
With no blockbuster exclusives.... Basically they're just saying, "we don't have an original or groundbreaking IP's coming anytime soon. Just keep replaying these one/two year old games at a slightly higher framerate."
Does this mean Just Cause 3 will now be playable?
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