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But for lapsed fans who left the platform for Play Station 4 at the start of this generation, or Microsoft ecosystem users looking to jump in for the first time, the Xbox One X is by no means a guaranteed win. Games that have been developed with change resilience in mind, namely dynamic resolution scaling, will have an edge on the Xbox One X, achieving their target resolutions and frame rates more often.The speedier HDD will also help with load times, so you will get a better experience from the X, even when a game hasn't been patched.It's a safe bet we won't see VR on the Xbox One X any time soon either.The 4K resolution makes such a huge difference, though, and that's frustratingly difficult to demonstrate in an article or a video unless you're viewing it on a large 4K display yourself.So, the million-dollar question: Is it worth the price of admission?
HDR gives the game some truly dramatic lighting, which elevates the campaign's cinematic qualities far beyond what the standard Xbox One is capable of.
There's a lot of "hopefully," in this section, and that's because a lot of the features and capabilities of the Xbox One X rely so heavily on what developers do with the hardware.
As a gamer, you will want to know whether or not your investment in the console is going to pan out in terms of support from third-parties, and it's hard to say at this point.
With Xbox One X, Microsoft hopes you'll be willing to dive into the 4K revolution with its super-powered 6TF console. If you're looking to buy an Xbox One X, you can't just consider the 4K box itself.
Even when you disregard the Xbox One X's 9 pricepoint, and when you factor in the price of the 4K television required to use it optimally, you know this isn't a console for everyone.
The amount of raw potential in the Xbox One X is staggering.