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CGI-Quality said:
The only thing wrong is it's still an Xbox One in regards to game installs. They really need to catch up. Just put Rise of the Tomb Raider in for both it and the Pro and the latter was done within 5 minutes (updates and all).

I'm like you. Got RottR on both PS4 and Xbox One! I'd do the experiment myself but I'm ready to play!

Luckily, I already updated all of my Enhanced games on my Xbox One S. When my X arrives, all I should have to do is update the console and plug in my HDD.



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Barozi said:

That shouldn't happen. At least I think the default setting should be that they are automatically updated.
You might wanna go through the settings, there is an option to automatically keep the games updated and it works quite well. Maybe it's just disabled?

I don't want it to automatically keep my games updated.
I wish to choose when to download and install updates... So I can do such tasks when the internet isn't being taxxed. - I do have another few dozen devices that also use the internet in my home... All demanding bandwidth. 100Mbps of bandwidth only goes so far. :P

The problem is... The Xbox One X isn't telling me what updates are available for games in the Pending updates section on: My Games and Apps > Updates.

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Also. I just noticed there is a "Resume All, Cancel All and Pause All" buttons in the downloads section.
I have only complained about the lack of such a feature since the Xbox One Launched in 2013, nice to finally have it! Haha

d21lewis said:

I'm like you. Got RottR on both PS4 and Xbox One! I'd do the experiment myself but I'm ready to play!

Luckily, I already updated all of my Enhanced games on my Xbox One S. When my X arrives, all I should have to do is update the console and plug in my HDD.

That is exactly all you have to do.
Just set-up > Console update > Play.



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So it's out? I missed the hype on this one.



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kowenicki said:
Patiently awaiting the UPS man....

Yep, for me also waiting for the PostNL man..... 




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did not expect it to be quite so hard to get one, I am on backorder now with delivery in December :(



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cmay227 said:

Xbox one x has 1440p support. 

That's actually pretty awesome for a console.

Now if they were to add ultrawide support (not going to the happpen) that would be even better

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nanarchy said:
did not expect it to be quite so hard to get one, I am on backorder now with delivery in December :(

Yep the demand is even big in some of the countries in Europe who usually don't even like Xbox, the demand is deffenitely greater then expected. Lets hope you get it a bit earlier, Microsoft did say many times they will do heavy-duty resupplying 




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I can confidently say... The Xbox One X doesn't have 1440P support right now.

Tried it on two different 1440P displays, different HDMI cables (Including the one that came with the console.) and took the splitter out of the equation. (Which I shouldn't have to anyway as it handles 1440P 60fps from my PC just fine.)

No go.

Digging into the issue and doing some research... Apparently it's coming in the future, just like a bulk of the enhanced games (There is only a handful right now), rather than on release. Which sucks.
https://www.theverge.com/circuitbreaker/2017/11/2/16597100/xbox-one-x-1440p-support-confirmed

So I am stuck using peasant 1080P. At-least I can use 10-bit colour though.

Apparantly the user interface is also stuck at 1080P regardless of your resolution, which also sucks.
The bright side is... The Xbox One's UI uses allot of sharp and clean lines, so it doesn't upscale badly, but it would have been nicer if it would have been at native res.

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CGI-Quality said:
The only thing wrong is it's still an Xbox One in regards to game installs. They really need to catch up. Just put Rise of the Tomb Raider in for both it and the Pro and the latter was done within 5 minutes (updates and all).

Ah yeah, that's my biggest issue with the XB1. It seems like games take forever to install.



VGPolyglot said:
CGI-Quality said:
The only thing wrong is it's still an Xbox One in regards to game installs. They really need to catch up. Just put Rise of the Tomb Raider in for both it and the Pro and the latter was done within 5 minutes (updates and all).

Ah yeah, that's my biggest issue with the XB1. It seems like games take forever to install.

If you have physical discs, do this:

Go to settings and disconnect from the internet. Insert the disc. It'll install super fast. Then, reconnect to the internet. It'll download the updates but, while it's updating, you can play.



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