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  • #87Birdman
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    Originally posted by DenverBlood View Post
    I’ll admit I also went from a one on a 1080 tv to a 4k tv with the one x at the same time.

    I probably should’ve noticed a huge difference but I didn’t keep either of the former system or tv so I couldn’t really compare side by side.
    Yeah seeing them close you can notice a difference and even gameplay for some games like ARK was noticable but it was more or less a bump to 4K which took most that extra power. I'm interested in setting how these new systems use the new features to push games further. Hopefully it isn't just bigger worlds because while I enjoyed the 2 newer assassin creed games they felt so large I ended up getting bored of them before I finished. Beautiful games though.

    And the new assassin creed game world premiere trailer drops Thursday after they teased it with an 8 hour live stream of BossLogic creating a poster for it live. Incredibly talented but wasn't for me lol. But being Vikings will be interesting.

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  • DenverBlood
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    Originally posted by #87Birdman View Post
    It sounds like Microsoft is going to be supporting the 1 with their first party games for the first year or so. I'm guessing a lot of their first year will be games with a good multiplayer portion so supporting the older generation isn't so detrimental. Halo infinite is the only launch window game I know of but I'm guessing forza 8 will be there also since both haven't released games for awhile now.

    I've noticed the difference between the one and one x only because my son got my one when I upgraded and helping him on his xbox and TV I realize how blurry it looks. I didn't think I would notice the difference that much but it was also going from a 4k TV to a 1080 TV so there's that to. And just how some of the games run was noticeable to. But was that difference worth it. Probably not. At least the new systems are finally upgrading the CPU
    I’ll admit I also went from a one on a 1080 tv to a 4k tv with the one x at the same time.

    I probably should’ve noticed a huge difference but I didn’t keep either of the former system or tv so I couldn’t really compare side by side.

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  • #87Birdman
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    Originally posted by DenverBlood View Post
    I just now finally got the One X this past Black Friday. I’m not sure I’ll be upgrading again anytime soon but I’ll pay attention to the news on this for what games they have at launch.

    I wasn’t too impressed with the supposed differences between the One and the One X. Despite it being called four times more powerful.

    I can afford it but not sure I want to spend money so soon on another upgrade where I’m not sure if I can tell the difference. We will see though. If the 4k trailers look good enough it may get my interest.
    It sounds like Microsoft is going to be supporting the 1 with their first party games for the first year or so. I'm guessing a lot of their first year will be games with a good multiplayer portion so supporting the older generation isn't so detrimental. Halo infinite is the only launch window game I know of but I'm guessing forza 8 will be there also since both haven't released games for awhile now.

    I've noticed the difference between the one and one x only because my son got my one when I upgraded and helping him on his xbox and TV I realize how blurry it looks. I didn't think I would notice the difference that much but it was also going from a 4k TV to a 1080 TV so there's that to. And just how some of the games run was noticeable to. But was that difference worth it. Probably not. At least the new systems are finally upgrading the CPU

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  • DenverBlood
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    I just now finally got the One X this past Black Friday. I’m not sure I’ll be upgrading again anytime soon but I’ll pay attention to the news on this for what games they have at launch.

    I wasn’t too impressed with the supposed differences between the One and the One X. Despite it being called four times more powerful.

    I can afford it but not sure I want to spend money so soon on another upgrade where I’m not sure if I can tell the difference. We will see though. If the 4k trailers look good enough it may get my interest.

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  • #87Birdman
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    Xbox series X

    Figured with E3 canceled news will probably start to trickle in. And rumors are pointing towards news coming in early may and June. Multiple places like IGN are even going to do their own digital show in place of E3 so news. So started a thread for the new xbox that is scheduled to come out this holiday season.

    Here is an article about it.

    https://www.bing.com/amp/s/www.games.../1100-6466640/

    Here's the launch trailer

    https://youtu.be/0tUqIHwHDEc

    And hellblade 2 that was originally showed with it

    https://youtu.be/7im9BFEHzEs


    Some popular rumors right now is a small reveal in early may and a game show in June. Another one is that Microsoft going to release 2 consoles with the second one being made to play on HD screens instead of 4k to have a cheaper option that has the new bells and whistles.

    Last popular rumor is that ubisoft might have something today including the new assassin creed game trailer.
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