Tagged: 4K

Developers Turn 10 have announced that when Forza Motorsport 7 drops in October, it'll take up to a gigantic 100GB. Turn 10 have stated that the reason for such a big file is due to the nature of 4K, allowing the use of 4K textures. This means that this download size is only for Xbox One X users, so expect the rest of the Xbox family to be somewhat smaller in comparison. Turn 10 have also indicated that Xbox One and Xbox One S systems will only install 1080p textures. However, if you don't have a 4K television but do ... Read More »
There are usually two types of players that play chess. Those that do and play seriously, taking an eternity to make their move. Then you have the players who know how to play, but rarely play but when they do, it's all just for fun. Chess Ultra aims to bring in both those types of players and even players who've never played before, but how does it stack up on console? If you're unfamiliar with the rules of Chess, this title has an expansive tutorial mode which not only explain the rules, but lets you partake allowing you to remember ... Read More »
Now that we have seen and heard what 1080p games can become on Xbox One X, how do we know what enhancements they have been given by developers.  Luckily Microsoft is making it clear on the packaging what you can expect to see when you purchase a game and play it on Xbox One X. There will be three new indicators on packing now to explain to the buyer what enhancements a game has.  First is for 4K resolution.  This doesn't only apply to native 4K (2160p).  This includes native 2160p, a “checkerboarded” 2160p presentation or a dynamic, scaling resolution ... Read More »
After months of speculation, rumour and intrigue Microsoft has made it's official announcement at E3 2017 regarding the 4k next-gen console that until today has been known as, "Scorpio" or, "Project Scorpio". Xbox One X will be officially released on November 7th 2017. Good news also came with the announcement that Xbox One X will be able to run all current Xbox One games as well as Xbox 360 backwards compatible titles as well as be compatible with all existing Xbox One accessories. Considering the extremely impressive spec, (including 6 Teraflops of graphical power and a liquid cooled vapour-chamber) it's a testimony ... Read More »
The Xbox One S is a pretty nifty upgrade to the original Xbox One console, offering features such as 4K video play back and UHD gaming it was deemed enough at the time of launch to lure a lot of gamers away from their original Xbox One console. Microsoft has announced recently that the 4k video playback capabilities of the Xbox One S have now been extended to the Amazon Video app as well. This feature is only available on the Xbox One S due to the original Xbox One not supporting 4K. While the Amazon app itself now supports ... Read More »
If you weren't already aware, yesterday @DigitalFoundry announced on Twitter that @eurogamer would have an exclusive Project Scorpio reveal @ 2pm GMT on 6th April. As you are reading this you will know that time has now passed and the announcement has been made as promised. Here is what we learned about Project Scorpio today. Project Scorpio is running ahead of schedule. Digital Foundry suggests we are around 6 months away from launch. Project Scorpio is incredibly powerful, hitting the 6 teraflop target set at E3 Visuals will be stunning, not just the UHD 4k resolution but the overall rendering and graphical ... Read More »
Just when we thought that Microsoft had forgotten all about Crackdown 3, they’ve confirmed that the game is due ‘holiday 2017 or earlier.’ That’s the buzz from Dave Johnson, art director at Microsoft Studios, who confirmed the intended release date during an Extra Life livestream. Not only that, but Johnson also mentioned that Crackdown 3 will run 4K resolution on the upcoming Project Scorpio. That jives with Microsoft’s commitment to ensure all first-party games run at native 4K on the new console. Crackdown 3 has been a bit up in the air since its impressive E3 reveal – it sank ... Read More »
It was just a matter of time – now for the six people who bought ReCore, prepare to for a HDR update. The announcement came – where else? – on Twitter, where both Microsoft Studios’ Shannon Loftis and Xbox’s Mike Ybarra both confirmed that the game will get a graphical upgrade when played on Xbox One S. https://twitter.com/XboxQwik/status/803050270200467456 HDR – high dynamic range – gives greater colour and contrast to images, essentially making them a whole lot richer and pleasing on the eye. The downside? You’ll need a TV capable of rendering 4K images and an Xbox One S (Sorry, ... Read More »
Microsoft aims to regain control of the technological high ground with Project Scorpio and Mark Williams, Technical Director of VooFoo Studios' believes that all that extra power will help developers achieve native 4K resolution at 60 frames per second. VooFoo Studios', developers of top down racing title Mantis Burn Racing, have already taken advantage of the increased graphical capabilities of the PS4 Pro, and in a recent interview, he welcomes the change that Project Scorpio will bring in Microsoft's mid-generation console refresh saying; “It has generally been more difficult to reach 60fps on Xbox One than on PS4, so Scorpio ... Read More »

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