Photek wrote:Well no, its not going to be a yearly increment.
Nobody said anything about annual. Saying "smartphone style incremental upgrades didn't mean the exact same yearly model.
The long and short of its, MS own Windows and through that they knew how many 4K capable machines were around and also how many games released these days are scalable and also which ones have 4K/UHD textures. They seen a tipping point and decided to act.
Yes, but that only points to XboneX being a mid-gen upgrade.
He says the next jump in hardware will be when the stats say its becoming the norm, next X1 could be 8K but that's a few years off yet.
I will happily bet you a billion Euros that the Xbox One will never ever have an 8K edition.
I expect every Xbox supported game will show the S and X at end of it as per the E3 videos. Possibly bang the 'most powerful console' on earth bullshit aswell for a bit. I feel ok about getting one, I feel it will future proof it to some extent maybe negating me getting Xbox Two... it all depends.
That's great if you feel you are going to enjoy the console and are looking forward to 4K gaming. I refuse to believe you will not be the first in the queue for an Xbox Two though.
(there's that smiley you wanted).
For me, it seems pointless unless it gets some exclusives. I'll wait for X2 in 2020.