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DonFerrari said:
EricHiggin said:

Well what was XB1 technically capable of that it didn't do either? Did it have BC at launch? Just because it could, doesn't mean it should. There's always tomorrow. There are plenty of products in all sectors that simply need slight changes or unlocks to allow for full use. People themselves are capable of much more than they typically output. Just depends on what you want to offer vs someone or something else.

When the service will be available on the same family of products and it is technically capable then yes they are just removing that from the baseline to make the more expensive look more valuable. And that is from the consumer friendly company right?

The Xbox One X has 12 GB RAM, the Xbox Series S only 10 GB RAM.

Maybe that is the main problem to use X enhanced settings on the new entry console without further patches.