Xbox One X and Xbox One S 1440p Support Coming Soon


Xbox One X and Xbox One S 1440p Support Coming Soon

While the benefits of 4K are mostly reserved for those who actually have TVs that support it, a technology called supersampling still provides benefits for those who only have 1080p displays. Native 1440p support hasn't arrived yet, but this week Microsoft finally gave an update on that front. Many developers are leveraging the enormous power of this console to create true 4K games but Microsoft also surprised fans by revealing that certain Xbox 360 titles will also be upgraded for the Xbox One X. Albert Penello, the marketing boss for Xbox consoles, reveals that more Xbox 360 titles will get upgraded for Xbox One X down the road.

Well, if you are still interested in seeing the graphical comparison involving the Xbox One X and PS4 Pro, we have got a new one for you and it involves the new video game - Kingdom Come Deliverance. Kevin Gammill, the program manager for Microsoft's Xbox Platform Partner Group, let the cat out of the bag on Twitter. On the downside, he doesn't exactly reveal when it will be available, but he does note that it will be available to those on Xbox's early preview ring "very soon". Microsoft is working on adding more games with 4K support with improved resolution and details but for third party titles, the developers are supposed to roll out patch files to offer true UHD gaming experience. The Xbox One X was priced at Rs 44,990. Of course, the downside is that they have to contend with bugs and unstable implementations, but who doesn't want to try out new feature before anyone else?

Follow this link for information on how to join the Xbox Insider program. Of course, that remains to be determined. The brand is usually associated with expensive shoes, but now the logo has been branded to make some fancy looking Xbox One X consoles.

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