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World of Tanks Will Feature 4K Splendor on Xbox One X

World of Tanks, the massive online sensation that launched on PC in 2011 and is going strong to this day, will soon make an appearance on Xbox One X. It is slated to arrive alongside the console’s launch on November 7, 2017. In a new trailer, which we’ve embedded here, Microsoft promises the game will feature “true 4K,” which should look especially impressive given the destruction you can rain down on rival tanks and …

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the best 2017 4K TVs for HDR gaming • Eurogamer.net

By David Bierton Published 20/08/2017 Choosing a 4K TV for gaming can be difficult, especially if you’re looking for an effective HDR presentation. Differences in peak brightness, colour gamut, and backlight dimming implementations all have a dramatic impact on picture quality, and finding the best display at different price-points is a minefield. Not only does picture quality need to be considered, but a low level of input lag is essential for a great gaming experience …

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Danger Zone hits Xbox One this fall, native 4K on Xbox One X

Take vehicular destruction to the next level with Danger Zone, making its Xbox One debut later this year. Three Fields Entertainment, a studio formed three years ago by Criterion Games co-founders, has announced that Danger Zone is on its way to Xbox One this fall. After a release on both PS4 and PC earlier this year, the game will make its debut on the console around the launch of the Xbox One X, sporting enhancements …

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Danger Zone Coming to Xbox One; Includes New Levels, Cars, and 4K Support on Xbox One X

Today independent developer Three Fields Entertainment announced that its Danger Zone would be coming to Xbox One, even though they previously hinted otherwise. The news was announced via Three Fields Entertainment’s Twitter page, and although details are scarce, it was revealed that the Xbox One version will include twelve new levels, and three new cars. It’s unclear when, or even if the other editions will receive this content. In addition to that, the game will include native 4K …

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EVGA’s SC17 gaming laptop pairs a 4K G-Sync display with GTX 1080 for $3,000

EVGA’s latest version of its SC17 gaming laptop now rocks a GeForce GTX 1080 GPU with 8GB of GDDR5X memory and is available for purchase, provided you’re willing to spend three grand on a notebook. The SC17 debuted last year with a 17.3-inch 4K display powered by a GeForce GTX 1070 GPU underneath the hood. EVGA refreshed the SC17 by adding G-Sync support to the IPS panel a few months ago, and now it’s back …

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4K Xbox One X platformer Super Lucky’s Tale now available for digital pre-order

Super Lucky’s Tale is now available to digitally pre-order in the Windows Store. The game is part of the Xbox Play Anywhere initiative which means that buying it on Windows 10 or the Xbox One will automatically unlock it on the other device. Data will also transfer between each version allowing for players to begin a game on their Surface Pro, for example, and continue it on the Xbox One. Here’s the official game description …

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Xbox One X UK release date and pre-order news: The specs of Microsoft’s 4K powerhouse revealed

Last year, Sony released the PS4 Pro, a supercharged PlayStation 4 capable of 4K gaming, and Microsoft has responded with the incredible Xbox One X. But rather than a slightly tweaked version of the Xbox One, the Xbox One X has ridiculous specs, and will easily be the most powerful games console ever. Just like the way PC gaming works, this latest generation of 4K capable living-room games consoles centres around frequent hardware upgrades – …

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Xbox One X news: Latest games reveal drops 4K support as questions remain over Destiny 2 | Gaming | Entertainment

Microsoft fans have been waiting for more Xbox One X games to be confirmed for the upgraded console, although the latest update may have left a few disappointed. It was recently revealed that Killing Floor 2 is being ported over to the Xbox One, leaving interested gamers wondering on the Xbox One X support. The cooperative first-person online action-game is being launched on the base console August 29th, giving the developers plenty of time to …

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Will Destiny 2 support 4K on Xbox One X? Bungie isn’t saying, yet

Destiny 2 made a considerable splash at E3 2017, and the popular loot ’em up shooter looks set to be one of this year’s biggest launches. Still, there remains a question mark over whether Destiny 2, which historically favors PlayStation users, will support the extra power found in the Xbox One X. At least for the time being, Bungie is reluctant to say. Sony has a pervasive (and likely expensive) marketing deal in place with …

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Killing Floor 2 Is Headed to the Xbox One X but It’s 4K Support Won’t Be

Killing Floor 2 has been out since 2016, but the title will finally be coming to the Xbox One on Aug. 29. The game will also be updated for the Xbox One X when it releases this holiday season. And although Tripwire Interactive is going to be taking advantage of the new technology Microsoft’s latest console offers, it will not be bumping up to 4K. The title as a whole had a very smooth transition from …

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Killing Floor 2 Runs at 1800P on Xbox One X; 4K Would Have Had Too Much of a Frame Drop

Earlier this week, Tripwire Interactive officially confirmed that their cooperative first-person online action game Killing Floor 2 would launch on Microsoft’s Xbox One console on August 29th, priced at $/€ 39.99 and £29.99 with all of the previously released content packs (The Tropical Bash, The Descent and elements of The Summer Sideshow). Contextually, the same press release boasted that Tripwire had been working on Xbox One X specific enhancements, including 4K support. That said, given …

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Xbox One X pre-orders coming soon, possibly bundled with future 4K TV purchases

Back in June when Microsoft showed off the Xbox One X (Project Scorpio), Microsoft didn’t pull its usual announce-and-sell move. This is because the Xbox One X still had some FCC hurdles to clear before the company could move forward with accepting pre-orders. However, if you’re someone that is ready to drop $500 on an Xbox One X come November 7, the wait for reserving your console is nearly over. Phil Spencer, head of Xbox, …

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The New Colossus Will Be Xbox One X Enhanced and Run at 4K

Thanks to Xbox’s listing, we now know that MachineGames and Bethesda’s Wolfenstein: The New Colossus will be Xbox One enhanced, come with HDR support, and run at 4K. In addition to confirming 4K compatibility on Xbox One X, the listing also confirms similar support for PC. Because said listing is an Xbox listing, there is no mention of 4K support on PS4 Pro, but it’s quite likely Sony’s supped-up PS4 will also support said resolution. Unfortunately, there …

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Xbox One X 4K HDR Support Confirmed for Bethesda’s Evil Within 2 & Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus

Bethesda’s upcoming Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus and The Evil Within 2 will support 4K Ultra HD on the Xbox One X. Apparently, Microsoft recently updated the game pages for the upcoming titles, and both games will support HDR and 4K Ultra HD on Microsoft’s “most powerful”  console in the world. Both titles carry the Xbox One X Enhanced logo, which means they will take advantage of the Xbox One X’s additional power. According to …

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Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus will run at 4K with HDR on Xbox One X

Last month at E3 2017, Bethesda unveiled the next entry to its Nazi-slaying shooter series, with the debut of Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus. Following an alternate history set after Nazi forces won the Second World War, the game follows on from the events of 2014’s “The New Order” with a new angle on its dystopian world. It now appears that Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus will be getting some notable upgrades for Xbox One …

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