It looks like the Xbox Series X won't support Xbox One's Kinect games
That's good, because I don't have one kinect game.
But what about the Series X Optimized Ray-traced 4K 60fps Fighter Within?
Sorry but you''ll have to do without, fighter.
Those 2 fans in the stadium are pretty vocal about their Kinect fighter. Very upsetting for them.
Funny how PS5 will continue to have a webcam accessory but Microsoft has completely abandoned webcams of any kind
You can use any webcams on Xbox Series X including Kinect. With kinect you can just use an adapter.
PS5's camera is needed because it ties into PSVR, as CaptainCook said you can use any USB camera on both.
Who cares PS 5 is completely underpowered trash
Yea because that extra 1.2 tflops is a huge gap....
@ Angry But the 0.5 TF between the PS4 n X1 did made a difference. 720/900p (X1) vs 1080p (PS4)
Underpowered trash that will have the best looking games of the gen, just like it does every gen. Nevermind the massive i/o and SSD advantage.
@Minute Man 721 It is called "diminishing returns". And yes, 720p to 1080p is more noticeable visual upgrade that 1440p to 4k. DF pointed this out succinctly when they called this the "post-resolution era".
trash haha. just garbage. Dat would be funny going to a friend's house, opening up da trash can and seeing a PS5 in there in 2020 and not bat an eyelid.
It should support all XB1 games except the Kinect games I doubt developers are going to reprogram their games that use the Kinect. And I highly doubt Microsoft is going to drop a patch for the Kinect to work on Series X.
I'd doubt anyone will be heartbroken there was some pretty horrible integration with Kinect in games that launched on X1 like getting red carded for swearing at your tv in FIFA or driving in need for speed. Thankfully that trend died about three months into the X1 lifecycle
This is disappointing, maybe in the future Microsoft will add Kinect compatibility to the Xbox Series X. I know I'm in the minority, but I did enjoy the Kinect for the few games that were made for it, like Kinect Sports. Maybe a few years down the road, bringing back Kinect for a third version will be possible, so people have the option to play games with Kinect. Just this time don't have Kinect forced upon people. Give people the option to buy a Kinect or be perfectly alright without one.
Quick way to brush all that Kinect rubbish under the carpet and forget all about it!! No Kinect Star Wars, ever, ever again.
You know, for Microsoft forcing the damn accessory on us for so long, they should at least allow it to plug in and work for backwards compatibility. I only use the thing for telling my Xbox what to do, but my wife and kids love a few of the games.
They should just make a portable Xbox One so you can have a more powerful switch-like console. But given their streaming efforts and Nintendo dominating that field it's unlikely. But just imagine how cool that would be
I still have my kinect and i hope i can still use it on the series x or ill just keep my one x to continue using it on that. Me my family will sometimes play kinect sports, fruit ninja, and dance central.
What's cool is it'll take advantage of the SSD for instant loading. Run games at higher frame rates and special effects. With no work from the developer. The system does all the work for you automatically. So you just put in the disc and play.
Ill keep my 1X around for Kinect games...still have my 360 primarily for the same reason. But this is great news. If the games are automatically enhanced on a hardware level to a good degree by default...that will be one hell of a story.
so...the SX is NOT 100% BC as they said earlier?
Well, actually I want Kinect 1 compatibility :) Kinect 2 wasn't that great. But after all, it is fun to use dance central or sports with others. But well, there is not much more (except using skype so the grand parents can see the kids, but a normal tablet is good enough for that ^^).
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