Microsoft followed up their proper Xbox One X console reveal at this year’s E3 with a splattering of references to a variety of Xbox One games that would gain additional Xbox One X enhancements via free updates later this year. These enhancements include potential upgrades to support 4K resolution and added UHD (ultra-high definition) but not a lot of time was spent explaining this.
Regretfully I won't make GC this year, family commitment, I'll miss great fans, bums me out. We'll talk more about Xbox @ GC soon
— Phil Spencer (@XboxP3) June 29, 2017
The company’s Phil Spencer confirmed today that more information on Xbox One X-enhancements would indeed be announced at Gamescom (as many had expected) in August and that while he personally wouldn’t be able to be there due to a family commitment, Xbox will definitely have a presence. The confirmation came as a response to a Twitter user asking when Halo 5 would be given an Xbox One X update. No details on Halo 5 were given however.
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