Xbox One X Supersampling Will Be Shown in Detail Before Console Launch, PUBG Beta on X1 Coming Soon

Rajesh Vishwakarma
Sep 25, 2017
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The new feature of Xbox One X will be explained to the public before the launch of the new console of Microsoft. Xbox One X will eventually bring true 4K on consoles, but recently we found out that even those with a 1080p TV will enjoy all the best games thanks to the supersampling technology. In addition, there will be also some news on the beta of Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds.

Not every console player already has a 4K TV or monitor, so a new console like the Xbox One X must also offer advantages when “only” a full HD screen is connected to it. In addition to a higher frame rate or more effects, Xbox One X will also be able to improve the graphics at a system level by supersampling on every track that supports the Xbox One X.

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However, many gamers who may be interested in the new console would like to see this feature before the release and so details will be presented by the Redmond company soon. Aaron Greenberg, the head of Xbox Games Marketing, recently talked on his Twitter account at this point and promised that the feature will be demonstrated “clearly before release”.

In addition, Greenberg has also answered to some other questions related to the pre-orders of Xbox One X. According to Greenberg, Microsoft will produce as many consoles as possible. Xbox One X is said to be the most powerful console ever developed to be future-proof for the next 3-4 years.

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Several players are also expecting the arrival of Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds beta on Xbox One. According to Greenberg, work is underway and there will more information about this soon.

The Xbox One X is out on November 7th worldwide with a retail price set at $499 in the United States, €499 in Europe and £449 in the United Kingdom.

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