Xbox One X Is “Amazingly Super Quiet”, 4K Patches For Base Xbox One Depends On Devs
Xbox One X is less than a month away from launch and Microsoft seems very confident about its 4K capable console. Given that Xbox One X will be running games at 4K, some have speculated that the console might be too noisy due to the load, however, Microsoft has confirmed that the console is “Super Quiet”.
While replying to a fan on Twitter, Xbox corporate vice president Mike Ybarra confirmed that the upcoming Xbox One X will be “Super Quiet” which is amazing given that the console will run games at 4K resolution. He also clarified that mandatory 4K patches on base Xbox One will depend upon the developers themselves.
In related news, Forza Motorsport 7 recently launched for PC and Xbox One and will be available for Xbox One X and will run at 4K/60 FPS and according to Microsoft, the console will still have 30% GPU power to spare while it runs Forza 7 at 4K/60 FPS.
Microsoft is quite confident that gamers will recognize the value of Xbox One X. According to Aaron Greenberg, when Xbox One X comes to the market, players will see what 4K looks like and will be very “impressed” by it and added that lots of side by side comparisons will pop up on the internet which will also help in gamers recognizing the Xbox One X value.
Furthermore, Microsft has assured that the dashboard for the upcoming console will be streamlined across all Xbox devices for maximum performance. According to Mike Ybarra, the console offers much more powerful hardware and RAM and he has already discussed with Phil Spencer about the general improvements to the console’s dashboard.
Xbox One X will be available on November 7, 2017, in the US and will be priced at $499 and games such as Forza Motorsport 7, Halo 5, Gears of War 4, and a slew of other third-party and first-party titles will be enhanced for the console.