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Posted 10/31/17 , edited 11/1/17
Nope, my original one still works fine.
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Posted 10/31/17 , edited 11/1/17
If you focus on the game, you don't notice it's 4k or 2k. For me, I prefer Xbox.
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Posted 11/1/17 , edited 11/1/17
Well, I don't have a 4K TV, so I probably won't notice a difference. So no.
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Posted 11/4/17 , edited 11/4/17
I prefer PC, but still have an Xbox to play with friends, so may pick one up eventually. I'd pick one up quicker if they had VR or at the very least ultrawide support, but 4k doesn't really cut it as a reason to buy one (unless you have some massive sized TV, in which case it might actually make a difference).

Mostly just waiting to see what they do with VR on the Xbox. 4k doesn't matter compared to VR.
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Posted 11/8/17 , edited 11/9/17
the Xbox One X is going through the same problems the PS4 pro went through

1- glitchy 4k patch
2- lack of support (only some games can run at native 4k)


[4K] Titanfall 2 Xbox One X vs PS4 Pro/PC - Something's Not Quite Right
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=urYrx7zAvPM
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Posted 11/9/17 , edited 11/9/17
My girlfriend won an Xbox One X from Taco Bell.
I was not inclined to spend $500 on another console when my Xbox One S works perfectly fine.
Instead, I was told to open a random box that appeared on our doorstep (delivered) as I was the first one home.



Unlike when I purchased a Playstation 4 Pro, I am not actively seeking games that are known to have patches.
I knew that the Xbox One X would have a similar "story" as the PS4 Pro.
It is a small percentage of users that will purchase one, let alone have the 4K television to support it.
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Posted 11/10/17 , edited 11/10/17
I don't care what hardware is in it, or what games it's holding hostage, I'm not going to purchase a closed-platform system.
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Posted 11/10/17 , edited 11/11/17
Never to be fair, I don't understand all these "upgraded" consoles when they probably have little to no performance difference to their prequel.
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Posted 11/10/17 , edited 11/11/17
What's the point of getting one on the first place? Not much of an improvement imo, and not that many great games either, unless you like junk arcade or indie games. And this is coming from someone who plays on an Xbox One.
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Posted 11/12/17 , edited 11/12/17

Cydoemus wrote:

My girlfriend won an Xbox One X from Taco Bell.
I was not inclined to spend $500 on another console when my Xbox One S works perfectly fine.
Instead, I was told to open a random box that appeared on our doorstep (delivered) as I was the first one home.



Unlike when I purchased a Playstation 4 Pro, I am not actively seeking games that are known to have patches.
I knew that the Xbox One X would have a similar "story" as the PS4 Pro.
It is a small percentage of users that will purchase one, let alone have the 4K television to support it.


You are pretty lucky aren't you?


side by side comparison--- can you tell the difference at all? PS4 Pro Vs Xbox One

[4K] Call of Duty WW2: Xbox One X vs PS4 Pro First Look
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YswLmE5MxJk

I don't have hawk eyes so 1440p vs 1800p ? at 13-14 ft away? I can't tell the difference at all. It's funny how these comparison videos they always do 300-400% zoom .

Is it true that 4K patches for Xbox One X games are around 80-178 GB ? people will be hitting heir 1TB data cap pretty sure with 100GB game downloads...
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Posted 11/12/17 , edited 11/12/17
There are reports of problems with Xbox One X + claims of having the cheap 4K player

PS4 Pro - 1440p
Xbox One X -- 1800p

... and yet these companies like to brag about 4K ...

https://www.forbes.com/sites/johnarcher/2017/11/12/the-xbox-one-x-4k-blu-ray-player-is-a-disaster/#148f96db2bde

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Posted 11/12/17 , edited 11/12/17

dulun18 wrote:
You are pretty lucky aren't you?

side by side comparison--- can you tell the difference at all? PS4 Pro Vs Xbox One

[4K] Call of Duty WW2: Xbox One X vs PS4 Pro First Look
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YswLmE5MxJk

I don't have hawk eyes so 1440p vs 1800p ? at 13-14 ft away? I can't tell the difference at all. It's funny how these comparison videos they always do 300-400% zoom .

Is it true that 4K patches for Xbox One X games are around 80-178 GB ? people will be hitting heir 1TB data cap pretty sure with 100GB game downloads...


Sometimes, I guess.
This time it was not my luck that won something; it was my significant other's luck - I just reaped the benefits of it.

Comparison videos have to zoom in pretty close to spot any "real" difference when viewing it on an unsupported device (e.g., your mobile phone or computer/laptop).
Even then, you won't often see much difference unless it's also running in HDR (versus non-HDR) when it comes down to Xbox One X and Playstation 4 Pro.
The games I have played so far, I honestly say that the Playstation 4 Pro looks better when it comes to utilizing HDR.
Xbox One X has better AA and fewer frame drops (in most cases) but I refuse to play an Ultra 4K Blu Ray on it.
As AnimeAddict has already linked, there seem to be some severe issues with its Blu Ray player.

I'm thankful for having a 2TB HDD for my Xbox One X, to say the least.
Gears of War 4 and Forza 7 (games that came with the Xbox One X) took up almost 200GB on their own.
Keep in mind that the Xbox One X, when you turn it on (out of the box), only has 780GB accessible.
It isn't much different than, say, the Playstation 4 Pro in that sense.
You need to upgrade to 2TB-4TB if you're only getting "4K enhanced" games.
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Posted 11/12/17 , edited 11/13/17

dulun18 wrote:


Cydoemus wrote:

My girlfriend won an Xbox One X from Taco Bell.
I was not inclined to spend $500 on another console when my Xbox One S works perfectly fine.
Instead, I was told to open a random box that appeared on our doorstep (delivered) as I was the first one home.



Unlike when I purchased a Playstation 4 Pro, I am not actively seeking games that are known to have patches.
I knew that the Xbox One X would have a similar "story" as the PS4 Pro.
It is a small percentage of users that will purchase one, let alone have the 4K television to support it.


You are pretty lucky aren't you?


side by side comparison--- can you tell the difference at all? PS4 Pro Vs Xbox One

[4K] Call of Duty WW2: Xbox One X vs PS4 Pro First Look
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YswLmE5MxJk

I don't have hawk eyes so 1440p vs 1800p ? at 13-14 ft away? I can't tell the difference at all. It's funny how these comparison videos they always do 300-400% zoom .

Is it true that 4K patches for Xbox One X games are around 80-178 GB ? people will be hitting heir 1TB data cap pretty sure with 100GB game downloads...


I actually have pretty bad eyes and I can usually tell the difference between 1080 and 1440p most of the time on PC. playing a lot of games with large HUDs helps, since you can tell how you actively get more screen real estate.
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Posted 11/13/17 , edited 11/13/17
I got one and it already broke, I had to return it. The power supply died on me and they didn't have any replacements so now I just have my $500+ dollars and no system.
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Posted 11/13/17 , edited 11/13/17

Sequine wrote:

I actually have pretty bad eyes and I can usually tell the difference between 1080 and 1440p most of the time on PC. playing a lot of games with large HUDs helps, since you can tell how you actively get more screen real estate.



Most people can tell the difference up close with 1080p vs 1440p. Consoles gamers do not sit that close to the screen to see the difference between 1440 vs 1800+ imo.
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