Video: What to expect when Xbox One and Windows 10 hook up

Eurogamer:"Greetings Eurogamers! It's Valentine's Day, so we're dedicating the day to our first love: video games. The make-out sessions are kind of disappointing, but at least there's no arguing over the TV remote."

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Automatic793216d ago

Excellent video highlighting what to expect.

Foehammer3216d ago (Edited 3215d ago )

Awesome video

Love it when a product I've purchased just gets better and better.

Edit: someone please introduce onyoursisterback to TitanFall and Forza 5, and ask it why it's here?


I have a few products that update, Receiver, Bluray player, etc, but nothing gets the quantifiable updates like the X1.

Edit 2 @ hasamalaha, TF scored 86 on metacritic, NO other next gen fps could match it even after all this time on the market.

LackTrue4K3215d ago (Edited 3215d ago )

where is your "cloud" support?????????????????????

(this is 2015's cloud support...which WON'T HAPPEN!)

@Holysomkesmatman, at your side of real answers!!!

Gazondaily3215d ago

Crackdown is going to use Cloud compute. You can't wait?

WeAreLegion3215d ago

Do products typically get worse?

LifeInNZ3215d ago

Well, not typically but they can get worse from a build quality and software perspective. Look at Apple's short lived attempt at bringing plastic iPhones to the market, or how each iteration of the PS3 removed more and more of the bells and whistles. And Windows Vista...yes, enough said.

hasamalaha3215d ago

I wouldn't tout Titanfall as an example of the power of the cloud.

That game was nothing more than average. That game ran on 360, without much difference. Graphics looked like they were 5 years old.

brotherlymoses3215d ago

Noice! One thing I love about Microsoft is that the overhaul the UI every couple of years or so, it always feels like a new console. I Love it.

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Microsoft is bringing its Xbox Auto HDR feature to Windows

A new test version of Windows 10 also includes new File Explorer changes.

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XxINFERNUSxX992d ago (Edited 992d ago )

Most PC gamers right now do not have HDR monitors. "as long as you have a compatible HDR monitor" I'm using a 240hz Alienware 1080p GSYNC panel, (AW2518H) while I love it and love the high FPS in games, I'm not buying a new lcd just yet. So for now I just use reshade in all the games I play and enable "fake HDR" 😁 It's pretty good to, not real HDR but close enough for me. 👍

darthv72991d ago

If someone doesnt have an HDR PC monitor, can't they use a HDR supported tv? Most PC cards support HDMI out so I would think that could be one option. It might not have the uber high refresh but I'm sure it could work.

XxINFERNUSxX991d ago (Edited 991d ago )

Yeah the HDR TV will work over HDMI. I'm using displayport myself but if your just using that connection you can just use a displayport to hdmi adapter since displayport carries audio just like HDMI.

XbladeTeddy991d ago

"Most PC gamers right now do not have HDR monitors."

Your point? Nothing wrong with Microsoft impementing this. Once you do get a HDR monitor in the future I'm sure you'll be moaning if Microsoft didn't have any support for it on Windows. They're not going to postpone it because XxINFERNUSxX doesn't have the right monitor yet.

CaptainHenry916991d ago (Edited 991d ago )

This is great news. I'm about to invest in a new HDMI 2.1 and Display port 2.0 monitor this year I'm looking at you Asus PG32UQ . Perfect timing 👌

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Wrex369991d ago

This is such a cool feature honestly.

Fluke_Skywalker991d ago

This is good news I hate having to enable HDR manually everytime I play an HDR enabled game. Some games already turn it on automatically but they are very few and far between (Destiny 2 is actually the only one I know of 😅).


Steam vs DS4Windows – Which is best for DualSense On the PC

Now that I've had some time to play with the PS5 DualSense on PC with Steam and DS4Windows, it's time to decide which is best for PC gaming.

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Teflon021096d ago

My issue is that on steam you can modify on a game by game bases as some nave native support and DS4Windows you'd have to turn on and off and the issue with what I'm saying. If it has native support and you use the Steam API or DS4W it'll give you Xbox control prompts so it's more convenient to just run the steam API. Generally games outside of steam make sure to have support unless old. I have both and will only use DS4W if I absolutely have to. It's good but the game by game bases on steam is so much more ideal. Example Games with DS4 native support will allow trackpad support like Ni no Kuni using the track pad. But with DS or Steam activated it puts the trackpad to the share button. So the manual ability to disable it anytime that game starts makes it where that game operates correctly every time

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XxINFERNUSxX1095d ago (Edited 1095d ago )

I just use my 360 controller for 3rd person games, like GTA. All FPS games keyboard/mouse. No need for me to spend 70$ on a controller. Plus I like it to just work without any drivers just plug & play like the 360 controller.


Try turning off Windows 10's Game Mode if your games are stuttering or freezing

A growing number of users say Game Mode is causing performance issues in games.

oasdada1304d ago (Edited 1304d ago )

Wow i just turned off my game mode a few days ago just because.. and i felt sloght performance getting better but i thought maybe it was just me.. and now i read this

godmachine1304d ago

Right , I read this about a week ago and immediately changed it even with a nvidia gpu my fallout 4 with 3d vision stopped hitching almost entirely

starchild1304d ago

Hmm I've been getting microstuttering in games on my relatively new Ryzen 5 3600. But it always goes away once I restart my PC. Very strange. But I think I already have game mode turned off.

Rude-ro1304d ago

Not s