4K games, 4K game recording, and 4K media powered by 6TF internals, and advanced cooling. The Xbox One X certainly looks beastly on paper, and the excitement from the hardcore crowd is certainly reaching fever pitch. By all accounts, it looks as though the Xbox One X will have the best looking console games for the foreseeable future.
Still, games aren't everything, right? We'd like to know what aspect of the X excites you most, whether it's a particular game, its features, its sleek design, or beyond.
For me, 4K games are naturally the big ticket item here. I didn't realize how much of a leap it would be until I played Assassin's Creed: Origins and Wolfenstein II in 4K with HDR. Wolf II in particular melted my eyes, truly stunning.
Jump in the forum thread above and let us know.
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