Showing posts with label Xbox One X. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Xbox One X. Show all posts

Wednesday, February 7, 2018

Dragon Ball FighterZ for Xbox One X

The series of games enhanced for Xbox One X are the ones that offer the best visual experience on the most powerful console of the planet right now. The game that has been chosen recently to get this treatment is the fighting game Dragon Ball FighterZ, from Arc System Works and Bandai Namco Entertainment. The legend of Dragon Ball universe itself a legend worldwide and now that it is getting prepped for Xbox One X, it sure is going to reach a new level of greatness.

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Dragon Ball FighterZ for Xbox One X

The game is already on a 2.5D display, which is nearly 3D but all the characters of the series look like some sick animated piece picked up straight from the TV show. Dragon Ball FighterZ is now getting rendered in native 4K and developers are making sure that as the game progresses, it keeps the frame-rate stable at all times. That means those drawings will load smoothly even on 1080p screen display.

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If you think that these image augmentations may interrupt the gameplay anyhow as it has to maintain a steady frame-rate, then you are wrong. Instead, this constant frame-rate flow will let you execute your next counter or the perfect combos on your opponent at the right time. So, the gameplay experience is obviously having some impact but they are all positives. Don't they? Other than that, the improved graphics increases your satisfaction of a battle even more.

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Because Dragon Ball FighterZ is uses cell-shading rendering, the development team supersampled the 4K resolution and high-quality anti-aliasing aspects of the game. In higher resolution, the fight still needs to look good and that needs extra care for the enhancement process. The dynamic resolution on Xbox One X was such a help to maintain the balance of both graphical polished look and that acute frame-rate.

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Dragon Ball FighterZ Xbox One X Enhanced

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Since they eventually managed to keep pace with the graphics and frame ratio for the gameplay, the game will definitely make you feel as a part of original anime. Created using the Unreal Engine, Dragon Ball FighterZ is the first game from the series which will be using the 4K native resolution for any console platform.

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Making debut on Xbox One X console these days means to get ahead in the race as Microsoft believes that it is going to change the future of gaming. The he supersampling feature the dev team has worked on for Dragon Ball FighterZ is truly amazing and hopefully, it will help more games to achieve visual supremacy needed to step into the enhanced world of Xbox One X.

Thursday, January 11, 2018

Dark Souls: Remastered Announced

Developed by From Software, Dark Souls is an action role-playing game which is considered as one of the best of its genre. The game has two successors; Dark Souls II and Dark Souls III published by Bandai Namco. Recently, they have decided to release a Remastered version of the original Dark Souls and with that, fans of the series gets to go back to the kingdom of Lordran once more.

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Dark Souls: Remastered Announced

Whether you are a long time die-hard Dark Souls series fans or newbie waiting to take a dig at the game, we present you the short announcement trailer of Dark Souls: Remastered from Bandai Namco.




For long, this critically acclaimed game has been awaiting a Remastered treatment for long and there is even a petition regarding the issue at change.org that has more than 9 thousand signs requesting some patch and adjustments to make the game perfect. Dark Souls: Remastered will be released for Nintendo Switch, PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on May 25, 2018. Reportedly, a Dark Souls Trilogy box has been announced for PlayStation 4 in Japan containing Dark Souls: Remastered, Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin and Dark Souls III: The Fire Fades Edition.

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Dark Souls Trilogy Box
Dark Souls: Remastered will run in 60 fps on all other platforms mentioned above except for Nintendo Switch. At 30 fps, you can have 1080p in TV mode but you have to settle for 720p for handheld mode of the game on Switch. PlayStation 4 Pro and Xbox One X are getting the visual enhancements in 4K resolution as usual. Aside from the visual improvements, From Software and Bandai Namco are now allowing up to six players for online multiplayer.

The original Dark Souls was released for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 back in 2011. Then after a year later, it saw the PC debut which was called Dark Souls: Prepare to Die Edition. Dark Souls II was out on 2014 and Dark Souls III is the most recent of the franchise that saw the release in 2016.

Wednesday, December 20, 2017

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt for Xbox One X

With many popular games are getting support for Xbox One X, it's about time that CD Projekt Red's action role-playing game The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt gets some of that action too and they did just that. The developers of the title have recently released an update for Xbox One X which not only gave it 4K support but also have improved performance for the players. Xbox One X version of The Witcher 3 has HDR support in it which the PC version doesn't.

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The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt for Xbox One X

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Sizing approximately 550 MB, the update for Xbox One X released now is version 1.60 of the game. The display settings of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt now adds two new visual options for the players to choose from. There is a 4K Mode and a Performance Mode. People can either play the game with 60 frames per second or just in a constant 4K resolution if they will. Despite any mentions from the developers in the patch notes, the HDR support aspect will apply for Xbox One S consoles as well.

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According to CD Projekt Red, if you are to choose the 4K Mode, you can experience the high definition of 4K resolution at a regular 30 FPS. If excellent visual is your top priority then you can certainly go with this one and the consistency of the frame rates remains even in the middle of an ongoing battle. The Performance Mode however lets you play at 60 FPS and the resolution will be scaled down to somewhere between 1080p to 4K, so that you can have that frame rate at all times.

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Upgrade Patch 1.60 for Xbox One X

These two visual options are just the key-features of the v1.60 patch update and there is more to add. The texture of the surrounding environment of the game and the shadows will look much more realistic and better in quality. Since combat is an inseparable part of any action game out there, we prefer the Performance Mode over 4K Mode which is stuck on a constant 30 FPS.

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The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is already out worldwide to play on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One from May 2015. Now, get on board with the action RPG vibe of one of the most beloved game in an all-new visual excellence on Microsoft's console. Sony's PlayStation 4 being the best console version for The Witcher 3 is now toppled with this enhancement patch for Xbox One X.

Tuesday, December 12, 2017

PUBG Having Issues on Xbox One

Currently, PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds is the most played and talked about game of the industry that has surely made a name for it by selling more than 25 million copies and topping Dota 2’s record for having the most amount of players online simultaneously on Steam. A multiplayer online battle royale, PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds is currently in early access stage on Steam and within next week the 1.0 version will be out for PC.

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PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds Having Issues on Xbox One

Given the fact that this one is the first game of developer PUBG Corporation, they did a pretty impressive job and Microsoft Studios have stuck a major deal to have the game exclusively on their consoles, which is a very calculated smart move. Games tend to have found with new issues with their graphics and performance once they are released on PC and by the looks of the games' current status, a playable version of the game on any console seems like a far-fetched idea.

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Microsoft’s Game Preview program has recently launches PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds and if you play the game on Xbox One X which has a 4K support, you will notice the visual superiority of PUBG on a console than a mid-range PC. However, if you have already experienced Xbox One X version of Call of Duty: World War II then you will realize how less polished the game is in terms of graphical textures compared to other games on the same console.

At the very start of each match, you can see the slothful frame rates that slowly escalates the more you advance forward and it won't take much time for anyone to note that the game is not constant at any given frame rate. Since Xbox One X is the most advanced console in the market that offers the best graphical enhancement, that kind of inconsistency is really bothering for any players in general. The frame rate shift is more obvious if you switch from an Xbox One to Xbox One X.

If you let the downside of the console version of PUBG slide, then it's still pretty fun game considering this one retains almost every aspects of the game that made it a fun-play in the first place. So, if you can let pass the expectation you had for PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds on Xbox One or Xbox One X, you can still enjoy it anyway.

Thursday, November 16, 2017

Dishonored: Death of the Outsider for Xbox One X

Since Xbox One X is the new craze and most powerful console on the market, Bethesda Softworks and Arkane Studios has been working on enhancing the third installment of the Dishonored series; Dishonored: Death of the Outsider for some time to be compatible with Microsoft’s newest console and may players can enjoy all the excitement of the game at the comfort of their own favorable platform. The wait is finally over and the game is already updated.

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Dishonored: Death of the Outsider for Xbox One X

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The update is exclusive to Xbox One X and it includes 4K Ultra HD support, shadows quality of the characters has been improved, shadows quality has been worked on as well as anti-aliasing. Because of the superior GPU power of the Xbox One X, graphics quality is now on high definition and the game looks a lot better than it ever did. Level details and texture definition are at their best and that is not exaggerating at all.

To give you people a primary idea of what this update changes in the game for you, Bethesda Softworks dropped a trailer for the update and it is definitely in full 4K.




The updates are already available and all they need is to be downloaded from Xbox Live but you should also keep it in mind that the size will be considerably huge and that's going to cost you a lot of bandwidth. The 4K definition features and textures are not something that comes in light but in the end, it would be worth it. The liquidity of the action scenes are just the way now as they were meant to be for the players from the beginning.

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Dishonored 2 + Dishonored: Death of the Outsider Updated for Xbox One X


Dishonored: Death of the Outsider is already out worldwide to play on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One from onwards September 2017. Oh, and not only Death of the Outsider gets to celebrate the joy in 4K but Dishonored 2 gets the Xbox One X enhanced makeover at the same occasion too. So, get your hands on one of this stealth action-adventure games to experience the thrill with the powerful GPU of Xbox One X.

Tuesday, November 14, 2017

Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands for Xbox One X

An Xbox One X enhancements update for Ubisoft's tactical shooter Ghost Recon Wildlands is released and it is about to improve your experience with the game. The biggest perk of the platforms' graphical superiority and a bunch of fixes are how the game is gonna get a lot better than it already is. With this update, loading time will be quick, Ghost War’s progression and UI gets fixed as well while the Ghost War menu lets you directly hit the store.

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Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands for Xbox One X

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The team behind the update did not just enhanced Ghost Recon Wildlands for Xbox One X, if the improvement of anything in-game would've made the game better, they did it. You will see that for yourself when you notice the draw distances and better terrain representation. Anisotropic filtering was used to curve out the texture for your sight and distance also helps. Of course, all of it comes in a higher resolution with full HDR support.




Since Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands is set in Bolivia, you cannot tell if it could be more realistic than this if you've never been there before. I guess you know what I meant here. If you have a few seconds to spare, you might even admire how lifelike this digital landscape of Bolivia really is. This is surely a technical home-run for the dev team dedicated for the Xbox One X enhancements update and being allied with Microsoft gave them access to every essential tool.

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As you play the main campaign, Ghost War or the PvP mode in the dangerous open world, you will realize that this is the next level that you've been dreaming about for a long time. Because of all the tweaking, the surrounding environment is also very live and engaging. An issue with XP gain at the end of the match is fixed now and extensive use will no longer run out of ammo of helicopters.

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Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands is already out on all the major platforms like PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One for players to enjoy. Still, those who prefer to cherish superior graphical masterworks in their very own Xbox One X console, the update for Ghost Recon Wildlands could be a thing for them. Just saying.

Friday, October 27, 2017

Assassin’s Creed Origins Out Now

One of Ubisoft's most popular and bankable franchise Assassin’s Creed releases its tenth main title Assassin’s Creed Origins and today sees the release of this action-adventure saga. You will play the game as the protagonist and the very first assassin of their sacred brotherhood named Bayek, who decided to take up the mantle of a protector of Egypt and the predecessor of the long heritage this secret band of warriors will follow.

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Assassin’s Creed Origins Out Now

Assassin’s Creed Origins is set in a crucial time of Ancient Egypt’s history, when Cleopatra and her brother Ptolemy were in a struggle for power and it was gradually reaching towards a bitter end. Unfortunately, the peril doesn't end here. The malevolent Order of the Ancients were trying to manipulate the situation from behind the curtains and a Roman army was just awaiting the borders of the country.

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Your assassin Bayek can develop his skill tree to become a Hunter, Seer or a Warrior, with all of them leading into different skill sets. Using poison, tame wild animals and throwing firebombs are what a Seer would do. If you want him to become a fearsome warrior, let him develop his range of melee attacks. And if you want to shoot arrows and distract your enemies with your pet eagle, like we saw in the cinematic trailer, then you take him to the path of a Hunter.

Now, Bayek will have to intervene into the middle and you will be exploring Ancient Egypt alog with him on his quest for righteousness. Though many are calling Assassin’s Creed Origins a reboot and some are calling it a soft-reboot but one thing is certain, which is that, it really is a new starting point for sure.

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The more you play and master yourself with your assassin Bayek, your level and ability points will gradually increase. One thing that Assassin’s Creed Origins has no shortage of is that of their many side-missions, story quests and frequent combat situations that will develop Bayek into the legendary fighter he is known as. The game will make you explore the exotic location of Egypt like the Mediterranean rough waters, pyramids of Giza and giant temple at Memphis throughout the desert path.

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Journey to Ancient Egypt

One very appreciative aspect of the enjoyable side missions and quests are that you can complete them whenever you want and however you please. You have absolute freedom in doing so. In the mean time, you can master your assassin into a strong warrior to take on any upcoming challenge that is thrown at him.

Assassin’s Creed Origins is already out on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One to play and enjoy the ancient world of the brotherhood that was formed to protect the rights of the oppressed. The game will be seeing it's Xbox One X release on November 7. With everything it offers and the improved gameplay it displayed, Assassin’s Creed Origins will truly embrace the spirit of Action RPG.

Monday, October 23, 2017

Assassin’s Creed Origins Launch Trailer

The tenth major title of the Assassin’s Creed franchise, Assassin’s Creed Origins is about to be launched within a very few days and everyone is just waiting to jump onto the game as soon as it comes out. Ubisoft decided to delight the eagerly waiting fans with a little treat and so they dropped the launch trailer for the game to give us some more visual spectacle as well as more insight into the game.

Assassin’s Creed Origins: Launch Trailer | Legend of the Assassin

We want to talk about what the Assassin’s Creed Origins launch trailer is all about but be sure to check out the trailer titled "Legend of The Assassin" below before that.




By now, almost all of us know that the brotherhood of Assassin’s Creed was originated in ancient Egypt and Bayek is the first in the line of warriors who would start this crusade against the system all by himself. Bayek was simply a revolutionary who wanted to become the aid of the oppressed against the wicked and corrupt folks of that time on Egypt and thus, his mission soon turned him into a renowned assassin.

Since, Assassin’s Creed Origins is a prequel or a soft-reboot rather than a sequel like any other previous games of the series, the gameplay and the setting might seem a little bit different at times. Origins offer you a more expanded open-world in-game environment and there is a skill tree to crank up your abilities to inflict more damage and hit points as you progress. Lots of the element that you will find here are actually how the legends of their Brotherhood grew over time.

As we said earlier, the trailer offers more sneak peak to the game's action and story that you will eventually unfold playing it and provide you a clear idea of how the Assassin Brotherhood came to form in the first place. Some of the action-packed cut-scenes from the game also made it to the trailer as well. Although it would not be like any of the previous Assassin's Creed games but Origins do feature the series' trademark parkour-like movements during the fights.

Releasing worldwide on October 27, Assassin’s Creed Origins will be available to play on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The game will also see its Xbox One X debut on November 7 with 4K displays to experience enhanced high-definition environments. To embrace the full-action of the RPG, the game actually lets you explore the whole country of Egypt.

Tuesday, August 29, 2017

Killing Floor 2 Makes Xbox One Debut

The time is finally here as Killing Floor 2 finally makes its debut on Xbox One and Xbox One X. After Tripwire Interactive announced last month that Killing Floor 2 Comes to Xbox One, gamers have been waiting on the edge of their seats for the arrival of this fast-paced zombie survival game on Xbox One and Xbox One X. The game is already better than its 2009's prequel Killing Floor but this Xbox launch occasion has added some more to it.

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Killing Floor 2 For Xbox One

Before we discuss more about that, lets' take a few moments to peek at all the stuff that comes along with it.




It is only normal to assume that Killing Floor 2 has a better gameplay and detailed graphics than its predecessor, which it actually have but Tripwire never stopped there. They added a few modes, more monstrosities among the feral enemy zeds as it is essential to horror games like such, advanced gore system and ten unique perks. As indie developer studio, they did quite a fine job actually and deserve a pat on their back.

However, you already knew that if you have played the game over on PC or PlayStation 4. What you might not have know that the Xbox One and Xbox One X version comes with two new key-features. You can get your hands on a weapon called The Freezethrower that shoots liquid nitrogen. What do you do with it? You shoot them up with it, make them freeze and them blow them apart into pieces. If you are a sucker for some weapon customization, then there are eight different weapon skins with it to do that.

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Xbox Exclusive Armor & Weapon

Still not interested? Then its time you know about the Mixer integration support if offers to you. Microsoft’s next gen streaming service Mixer is integrated with the game so now, live-audience of your stream can instantly interact while watching it. Then there are over-the-top level gore system called gore system to satisfy the gamers from each kill and not to forget their amazing details to weapons. The action and destruction Killing Floor 2 has within is worthy of our praise.

The game is already available on Xbox One and Xbox One X for you to have it only for $39.99. Tripwire Interactive have expressed their will to continue providing updates and support for the game to keep the fun alive.

Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Killing Floor 2 Comes to Xbox One

In the world of first-person shooter video games that are based on zombie killing action, there are some heavy hitters like Call of Duty: Black Ops II – Zombies, Doom and Left 4 Dead series. If you want to compile a list of them, you have to count Killing Floor in. Although the sequel to the 2009's release from Tripwire is better that was released on 2016 for Microsoft Windows and PlayStation 4 platform. However, Xbox One and Xbox One X owners don't need to feel left out as soon Killing Floor 2 is coming to get them too.

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Killing Floor 2 Coming To Xbox One

With assistance from Deep Silver and Iceberg Interactive, Tripwire Interactive has finally announced Killing Floor 2 for players on Xbox One and Xbox One X. The Tropical Bash, The Descent and elements of The Summer Sideshow content will be part of the pack as well as a new exclusive content that will be available for the launch. On the Survivalist Perk, you are given access to the Freezethrower and eight weapon skins to change its looks. You can shoot the enemies with liquid nitrogen and then bash them into pieces using it.

For Xbox One X version of the game, there will be enhanced 4K support, with features like high resolution textures, increased performance and increased shadow-fade-out distance. Where every other zombie shooter game is busy doing a contest among them to introduce the biggest of campaigns and as many modes as possible, developer Tripwire decided to go Killing Floor 2 with a very delightful gameplay experience.

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The Firebug Perk

If you are feeling a bit competitive then you can try out the Survival Game Mode or the Versus Survival Game Mode. Killing Floor 2 depicts a new level of brutality with their blood and gore system. The zombies that chase you are terrifying. Weapons can e improvised and ten different perks to choose from. In up-close fights, melee combat is also brutal and satisfying.

With all the original game contents released earlier, Killing Floor 2 will hit Xbox One and Xbox One X on August 29, 2017, priced only $39.99 for both platforms.