Xbox One X Cools Down 4K Hype But Won't Settle For HD

Tuesday, 07 Nov, 2017

Sony has been taken the console market with its innovative first-party titles and the same can't be said for Xbox because there have been not many first-party titles for Xbox One, however, all of this is about to change as Microsoft is shifting its focus towards investing in new first-party studios following the release of Xbox One X.

Which of these will you be most likely to play on the Xbox One X? This means (at least on the east coast) that it is finally November 7th and they are hot and ready for the purchase (assuming that is you can get your hands on one before they vanish). Yes, backwards compatibility is a brilliant feature that prevents gamers having to repurchases titles if they upgrade consoles and a major plus over owning a PlayStation, but there are few games exclusive to Xbox right now that would turn a PlayStation user green with envy. Xbox One X is also the only product in the world that packs all of the following features in one awesome device: 4K gaming for the world's greatest games, a built-in 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray player, 4K streaming capabilities, High Dynamic Range support for gaming and video, and premium audio that puts gamers in the center of spatial sound with Dolby Atmos support.

Xbox One X is built for true 4K gaming, with enough power to drive native 4K resolutions, High Dynamic Range and Wide Color Gamut into a pristine visual package beyond what's capable in existing consoles.

So should you buy the One X?

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There is no doubt you get what you pay for experience-wise - Xbox says this itself and is keen to emphasise that it sees the One X sitting above the One S in a "family of devices" rather than replacing it - but some may find it tough to part with so much. Microsoft has chose to stick to QHD for the most efficient performance.